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However, if you have not thought much about your beliefs or about how and why you act the way you do, then your conscious beliefs and unconscious beliefs may be different. Often, if the skill is being used in a lowbrow or practical way, people will consider it a craft instead of art, yet many thinkers have defended practical and lowbrow forms as being just as much art as the more lofty forms. Such equations have important applications in the modelling of dynamic phenomena. Side by side with these Jewish philosophical trends, scholars have investigated the philosophical ideas contained in the classical sources, so that one can speak of the philosophy of the Bible, of the Talmud, of the Halakhah, of the Zohar.

Pages: 793

Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (January 1994)

ISBN: 9004099603

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