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101 key terms in philosophy and their importance for theology

Author: Kelly James Clark; Richard Lints; James K A Smith
Publisher: Louisville, Ky. : Westminster John Knox Press, ©2004.
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Written by two philosophers and a theologian, this book provides easy access to key terms in philosophy and how they are understood and used in theology. The focused entries discuss what the terms have meant in classical and contemporary philosophy and then shift to what these philosophical understandings have meant in the history of Christian theology to the present day. The result is a unique volume that clearly  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kelly James Clark; Richard Lints; James K A Smith
ISBN: 0664225241 9780664225247
OCLC Number: 53331725
Description: ix, 116 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Aesthetics --
Analytic/continental philosophy --
Anselm --
Anthropomorphic language --
Apologetics --
Aquinas, Thomas --
Aristotle --
Atheism --
Augustine --
Being and goodness --
Cause/causality --
Common sense philosophy --
Cosmology --
Deconstruction --
Descartes, René --
Dualism/monism --
Enlightenment --
Epistemology --
Essence/essentialism --
Eternal/everlasting --
Ethics --
Ethics, biblical --
Euthyphro problem --
Evil, problem of --
Existentialism --
Faith --
Faith and reason --
Feminism/feminist philosophy --
Feuerbach, Ludwig --
Free will --
Freud, Sigmund --
God, belief in --
God, nature of --
Good/goodness --
Happiness --
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich --
Heidegger, Martin --
Hell --
Hermeneutics --
Human nature --
Hume, David --
Idealism --
Immutability and impassibility --
Justice --
Kant, Immanuel --
Kierkegaard, Søren --
Leibniz, Gottfried --
Logic --
Logos --
Marx, Karl --
Metaphysics/ontology --
Mind/soul/spirit --
Miracles --
Modernity/modernism --
Naturalism/materialism --
Natural theology --
Necessity --
Neoplatonism --
Nietzsche, Friedrich --
Nihilism --
Ockham, William of --
Omnipotence --
Omnipresence --
Omniscience and foreknowledge --
Ontotheology --
Ordinary language philosophy --
Pascal, Blaise --
Perspectivalism --
Phenomenology --
Philosophy --
Plato and Platonism --
Pluralism, exclusivism, and inclusivism --
Positivism --
Postmodernism --
Pragmatism --
Process thought --
Pseudo-Dionysius --
Realism/anti-realism --
Reason/rationality --
Reason and belief in God --
Reductionism --
Relativism --
Religious language --
Renaissance humanism --
Resurrection/immortality --
Schleiermacher, Friedrich --
Scholasticism --
Scotus, John Duns --
Self --
Semiotics --
Simplicity --
Stoicism --
Substance --
Teleology --
Theistic arguments --
Theodicy --
Transcendence --
Truth --
Underdetermination --
Universals --
Wittgenstein, Ludwig.
Other Titles: One hundred one key terms in philosophy and their importance for theology
One hundred and one key terms in philosophy and their importance for theology
Responsibility: Kelly James Clark, Richard Lints, James K.A. Smith.

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WRITTEN BY TWO PHILOSOPHES AND A THEOLOGIAN, 101 KEY TERMS PROVIDE EASY ACCESS TO KEY TERMS IN PHILOSOPHY AND HOW THEY ARE UNDERSTOOD AND USED IN THEOLOGY.  Read more...

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