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Anton Günther

(1783—1863)


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(1783–1863),

religious philosopher. He spent most of his life in Vienna. He held that human reason could prove scientifically the mysteries of the Trinity and Incarnation, and that there was no cleavage between natural and supernatural truth. He also held that the dogmas of the Church were liable to revision in the light of fuller knowledge.

Subjects: Christianity.


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