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Indifference is better known as indifferentism, the belief that all religions are equal in value.
Indifferentism is not to be confounded with religious indifference.
Particularly those focused on atheism or religious indifferentism in their anti-Catholicism.
According to the Catholic Church, this type of absolute indifferentism results in a willingness to concede any position.
Lovecraft thus embraced a philosophy of cosmic indifferentism.
The inconvenience of this way of thinking is that it runs into indifferentism and then into disgust.
Lovecraft's actual philosophy has been termed "cosmic indifferentism" and this is expressed in his fiction.
It called opposition to this principle "Religious Indifferentism" by which no religion was acknowledged as true or revealed.
The new draft made room for diversity and new currents of thought, just as the old statement had criticized "theological indifferentism."
This was the sin of 'indifferentism'.
Religious indifferentism in the Catholic Encyclopedia.
Indifferentism, in Roman Catholic philosophical criticism, describes the belief held by some that no one religion or philosophy is superior to another.
He deplores the problem of indifferentism in matters of religion and urges Italians to obey their legitimate political authorities.
He also opposed Wolff's system of philosophy, claiming that "philosophical indifferentism" portended a revolution in Christianity.
This religious indifferentism caused Rousseau and his books to be banned from France and Geneva.
The Catholic Church ascribes indifferentism to many atheistic, materialistic, pantheistic, and agnostic philosophies.
He saw in capitalism certain "viruses": indifferentism, hedonism, secularism, consumerism, practical materialism, and also formal atheism.
We think and speak with more temperance and gradation, -- but is not indifferentism as bad as superstition?
This was an unusual position for a Catholic priest, and Eustace's intercourse with leading members of the university led to his being charged with indifferentism.
The constitution condemned Freemasonry on the grounds of its naturalism, demand for oaths, secrecy, religious indifferentism, and possible threat to the church and state.
Use of indifferentism in this context was popularized by Kant in his Critique of Pure Reason.
According to Schelling's "absolute identity" or "indifferentism", there is no difference between the subjective and the objective, that is, the ideal and the real.
Kant argues that indifferentism represents an extreme form of skepticism that argues that there is no rational ground for accepting any philosophical position.
They condemned the Philippist position for indifferentism, describing it as a "unionistic compromise" of precious Reformation theology.
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