(1) It is a model that applies both a human and a divine teleology through Thomas's hallmark ethics of natural law.(2) no theory of history can do without teleology(3) This portrays a loose teleology , a soft concept of creation, one that permits genuine, though not ultimate, integrity and autonomy in the creatures.(4) Pragmatism in ethics is often regarded as a form of teleology or consequentialism.(5) his theory of class consciousness is predicated on a teleology(6) Thus the appearance of teleology by itself is not sufficient to infer intelligent design.(7) Without some teleology , there is no flourishing and no future for the human community.(8) Unbounded design or contingent teleology occurs when the end-state is not specifically predetermined, but rather is the result of selection of one from among several available alternatives.(9) Evolution is hated by many of those who believe God created everything and everything has a purpose: the fundamentalist teleologists of the world.(10) Rather, it points to natural developmental teleologies in children's lives that child-rearing should take into account.(11) This conclusion follows from the fact that endogenous neuroprotection reflects the teleologic and composite cellular and molecular responses of brain tissue.(12) As he states, ├ö├ç├┐Human beings have purposes or ends├ö├ç┬¬ To a teleologist , an act that promotes these purposes is moral, one that impedes them is immoral├ö├ç├û.(13) But, at the same time, it takes away the teleologism and the determinism that were the reasons for the fail of the evolutionary explanations of cultural process.(14) Naturalism is the belief that all phenomena result only from the laws of chemistry and physics and that teleological or design explanations are not valid.(15) The appropriateness of this characterization can be seen by looking at the other example he gives of a teleologist , namely Nietzsche.(16) Anorexia, nausea, and vomiting with pain can all be regarded teleologically as protective reflexes whereby the body prevents the entry of toxins into the body.
1. teleology ::
2. finality ::
Different Formsteleological, teleology
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