Where did God come from? Where did He go? What did science inherit from religion? Why does any of this matter?
Beyond Reason is a plea for tolerance and understanding in the guise of a 3,000 year intellectual history of religion and science, from the Greeks to the geeks.
Critics and readers have enjoyed the conversational, non-academic style and the absence of partisan views.
This e-book describes in an articulated way the structure in becoming of the thought of G.F.W. Hegel (1870-1831), an idealist German thinker. This work analyzes his thought from its first phase, animated by Jacobin and revolutionary ideals, to its conclusions, when the Hegelian thought seemed to accompany itself well to the Restoration put forward by the Congress of Vienna (1815).