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The courage to be

Author: Paul Tillich
Publisher: New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1952.
Series: Terry lectures.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores anxiety and its conquest and the meaning of courage in the history of Western thought.
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Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965.
Courage to be.
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1952
(OCoLC)586930589
Online version:
Tillich, Paul, 1886-1965.
Courage to be.
New Haven, Yale University Press, 1952
(OCoLC)608613320
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Tillich
ISBN: 0300009909 9780300009903 0300002416 9780300002416
OCLC Number: 266130
Description: 197 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Being and courage --
Courage and fortitude: from Plato to Thomas Aquinas --
Courage and wisdom: The stoics --
Courage and self-affirmation: Spinoza --
Courage and life: Nietzsche --
Being, nonbeing, and anxiety --
An ontology of anxiety --
The meaning of nonbeing --
The interdependence of fear and anxiety --
Types of anxiety --
The three types of anxiety and the nature of man --
The anxiety of fate and death --
The anxiety of emptiness and meaninglessness --
The anxiety of guilt and condemnation --
The meaning of despair --
Periods of anxiety --
Pathological anxiety, vitality, and courage --
The nature of pathological anxiety --
Anxiety, religion, and medicine --
Vitality and courage --
Courage and participation (the courage to be as a part) --
Being, individualization, and participation --
Collectivist and semicollectivist manifestations of courage to be as a part --
Neocollectivist manifestations of the courage to be as a part --
The courage to be as a part in democratic conformism --
Courage and individualization (the courage to be as oneself) --
The rise of modern individualism and the courage to be as oneself --The romantic and naturalistic forms of the courage to be oneself --
Existentialist forms of the courage to be as oneself --
The existential attitude and existentialism --
The existentialist point of view --
The loss of the existentialist point of view --
Existentialism as revolt --
Existentialism today and the courage of despair --
Courage and despair --
The courage of despair in contemporary art and literature --
The courage of despair in contemporary philosophy --
The courage of despair in the noncreative existentialist attitude --
The limits of the courage to be as oneself --
Courage and transcendence (The courage to accept acceptance) --
The power of being as source of the courage to be --
The mystical experience and the courage to be --
The divine-human encounter and the courage to be --
Guilt and the courage to accept acceptance --
Fate and the courage to accept acceptance --
Absolute faith and the courage to be --
The courage to be as the key to being-itself --
Nonbeing opening up being --
Theism transcended --
The God above and the courage to be --
Index.
Series Title: Terry lectures.
Responsibility: Paul Tillich.

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Explores anxiety and its conquest and the meaning of courage in the history of Western thought.

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