parerga

'transcendent' 'ideas' that arise as by-products of 'pure' rational faith in order to solve problems that 'reason' alone cannot solve. They are an acceptable part of a true religion only if used to direct believers to its moral core. The four parerga Kant discusses are
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Parerga

(from the article `Koraïs, Adamántios`) ...of the philosopher Theophrastus. His main literary works were a 17-volume Library of Greek Literature, collected between 1805 and 1826, and the ...
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