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a reformed Christian perspective Scientific contributions of the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education.
a reformed Christian perspective. by John H. Kok. Published 1996 by Potchefstroomse Universiteit vir Christelike Hoër Onderwys in . Written in English. Philosophy, History, Christianity. Scientific contributions of the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education. Series F2, Brochures of the Institute for Reformational Studies ;, no. 64, Wetenskaplike bydraes van die PU vir CH. nr. 64. Classifications.
The Passion of the Western Mind: Understanding the Ideas That Have Shaped Our World View is a 1991 book by cultural historian Richard Tarnas. Tarnas argues that the movement from the Greek and Christian world views, through modernity and to postmodernism can be seen as a natural and dialectical unfolding of a collective mind or psyche. Tarnas outlines the l development of the modern world view from its origins in Greek and Judaeo-Christian mythologies
pays special attention to the more recent developments in western civilization.
pays special attention to the more recent developments in western civilization. It explores some of the ways in which understandings of the historical process have affected how history has been written. It also offers brief evaluations of some of the chief schools of thought.
Kok JH (1998) Patterns of the western mind: a reformed Christian perspective, 2nd edn. Dordt College Press, IowaGoogle Scholar. Morin E (1983) O problema epistemológico da complexidade. Europa-América, LisboaGoogle Scholar. Oliveira GB (2006) Uma discussão sobre o conceito de desenvolvimento. In: Oliveira G, Batista SL, de Edmilson J (eds) O desenvolvimento sustentável em foco: uma contribuição multidisciplinar.
John H. Kok, Patterns of the Western Mind, A Reformed Christian Perspective, Potchefstroom, Potchefstroom University, 1996, 242 pages. Kok, Patterns of the Western Mind, A Reformed Christian Perspective, Potchefstroom, Potchefs.
John Kok (1948 ) studied as an undergraduate at Trinity Christian College near Chicago, Illinois, USA, under Drs. Maartin Vrieze and Calvin Seerveld. In Kok's major work to date, "Patterns of the Western Mind" (1998), which began as a text for his Philosophy 201 students at Dordt, he lays the foundation for his own original contribution in the use of Vollenhoven's thetical-critical method as well as his Consequent Problem-Historical Method.