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Belief and unbelief : a philosophy of self-knowledge

Author: Michael Novak
Publisher: New York : Macmillan, [1965]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Written in a context of personal tragedy as well as intel- lectual search, Belief and Unbelief is grounded in the belief that human experience is enclosed within a person-to-person relationship with the source of all things--sometimes in darkness, other times in aridity, but always in deep encounter with community and courage. It is written with a deep fidelity to classical Catholic thought as well as a sense of the  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Novak, Michael.
Belief and unbelief.
New York, Macmillan [1965]
(OCoLC)644481853
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Novak
OCLC Number: 1941562
Description: 223 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction: A Dialectical Inquiry --
1. The Cultural Context --
2. Philosophy as Self-Knowledge --
3. Deciding Who I Am --
4. What Do I Mean by "God"? --
5. Deciding Whether to Believe --
6. God Or Evil --
7. An Effective Humanism.
Responsibility: Michael Novak.

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Written in a context of personal tragedy as well as intel- lectual search, Belief and Unbelief is grounded in the belief that human experience is enclosed within a person-to-person relationship with the source of all things--sometimes in darkness, other times in aridity, but always in deep encounter with community and courage. It is written with a deep fidelity to classical Catholic thought as well as a sense of the writings of sociology, anthropology, and political theory--from Harold Lasswell to Friedrich von Hayek.

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