When Religion Had a Mind

UNSPECIFIED - CIRCA 1754: The School of Athens' , 1511 (detail). Fresco. Raphael (Rafael Sanzio 1483 -1520) Italian painter and architect. Plato and Aristotle (centre) in discussion. Ancient Greek Philosophy Science Learning (Photo by Universal History Archive/Getty Images)

The history of philosophical religion by Peter E. Gordon | November 16, 2013 Written in 1779 by the playwright and philosopher Gotthold Lessing, Nathan the Wise ranks among the most powerful arguments for religious tolerance in the entirety of the eighteenth century. Germany in the age of Enlightenment was still trembling from the confessional disputes of earlier times. The… Continuar lendo When Religion Had a Mind