Quote by Criss Jami
The theistic philosopher has a tendency to devalue insufficient worldviews, ideologies, and quite often common sense for the greater good, and in such cases, one should not be discouraged when seen as a bad guy. If he stresses over man's perception of a righteous heart, then he has given his heart to man.
This quote highlights the perspective of a theistic philosopher. It suggests that the theistic philosopher may often criticize or dismiss worldviews, ideologies, and even common sense if they are considered inadequate in their pursuit of a greater good. Consequently, the philosopher may be perceived as a "bad guy" by others. The quote also emphasizes that if the philosopher becomes preoccupied with how others perceive them as righteous or moral, they have essentially surrendered their values and beliefs to the opinions of others.
TopicsGod Good Man Heart Ideology Common Sense Challenge Bad Greater Good Hero Misunderstood Antihero Devalue Discourage Insufficient
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