The epistemological position of Ritschl, in our authors exposition of it, is little more than idealistic rationalism.
My conclusion dovetails with Fasolds conclusion, which is based on a quite different, more epistemological kind of argument.
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epistemological — epistemic epistemic epistemological epistemologicaladj. of or pertaining to epistemology; as, epistemic modal. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
epistemological — epistemology ► NOUN ▪ the branch of philosophy that deals with knowledge, especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope. DERIVATIVES epistemic adjective epistemological adjective epistemologist noun. ORIGIN from Greek epist m… … English terms dictionary
epistemological — adjective see epistemology … New Collegiate Dictionary
epistemological — See epistemology. * * * … Universalium
epistemological — epistemology … Philosophy dictionary
epistemological — epistemology … Dictionary of sociology
epistemological — adj. relating to the study of human knowledge and cognition, of epistemology … English contemporary dictionary
epistemological — epis·te·mo·log·i·cal … English syllables
epistemological — adjective of or relating to epistemology epistemic modal • Syn: ↑epistemic • Pertains to noun: ↑epistemology, ↑epistemology (for: ↑epistemic) … Useful english dictionary
Epistemological pluralism — (or methodological pluralism) is the view that different epistemological methodologies are necessary to attain a full description of the world. It arose in opposition to the purely reductionistic enterprise of many fields of science and realism… … Wikipedia