A Brief Sketch of the Philosophy of Herman Dooyeweerd

@article{Clouser2010ABS,
  title={A Brief Sketch of the Philosophy of Herman Dooyeweerd},
  author={Roy A. Clouser},
  journal={Axiomathes},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={3-17}
}
An account is offered of Dooyeweerd’s non-reductionist ontology. It also includes the role of religious belief in theory making, although it omits his case for why such a role is unavoidable. The ontology is a theory of the nature of (created) reality which presupposes and is regulated by belief in the God of Judeo-Christian theism. Because it takes everything in creation to be directly dependent on God, it offers an account of the natures of both natural things and artifacts which avoids… 
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