Pedagogical aspect of meta-anthropological knowledge of canon law

Good and evil will never agree. A spiritual struggle is needed. The evil deeds of man testify to the absence of true, perfect knowledge. The factory of knowledge is a person who, with the help of existential and transcendental virtues and having a higher spiritual inoculation, a spiritual vaccine, knows, reveals in the universe the synergistic processual effect of ionization, that is, the transformation of potential good into ontological matters. At the same time, evil necessarily takes part in ionization, as a certain incentive to the opposite action.

Нeuristics of canon law: problems of spiritual pedagogy

In canon law as a branch of philosophy of law, a special introduction to it, the relevance begins with the ontological interpretation of the problems of insightful contemplation of metaphysical theology. These problems arise in practical life, then begin again in lectures, continue in seminars and do not end in practical life. The quality of solving these problems is controlled by selected sciences, in particular spiritual pedagogy. The pedagogical activity of spiritual control is headed by the Church. Insight into metaphysical theology stems from Scripture and Sacred Tradition.

Laws, forms and methods of thinking in scientific papers Olexander Kulchytsky

Logic is one of the oldest sciences. We talk about it as art of statements and arguments. Anyone who masters this science will be able to effectively achieve their own goals by acquiring new knowledge and producing their own ideas. Ability to critically evaluate opponents statements and respondents arguments will allow them not to succumb to the pressure of commercial media, promises of politicians, etc.

The Types of Notions in “German Logic” of Christian Wolff (Research Article)

The article discusses the problem of classification of notions (Begriffe) by Christian Wolff, particularly in his “German Logic”. Wolff divides notions – as well as representations (Vorstellungen) in general – into obscure (dunkel, obscura) and clear (klar, clara). The clear notions are divided into distinct (deutlich, distincta) and indistinct (undeutlich, indistincta or confusa).