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Critique of religion and philosophy

Author: Walter Arnold Kaufmann
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y : Anchor Books, 1961.
Series: Anchor Books, A252.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Arnold Kaufmann
OCLC Number: 9913179
Description: xx, 453 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: Philosophical psychology --
The psychology of truth --
Style --
The philosopher's dilemma --
The philosophic flight --
A series of etchings --
Hegel and Nietzsche --
Why most philosophers cannot laugh --
What long aphorisms can mean --
Relativity and criticism --
Two revolts --
Analytic philosophy --
Existentialism --
Two timeless tendencies --
Empiricism as empiricide --
Plato's vision of man --
The British vision of man --
Donnish doubt --
Wittgenstein --
Wittgenstein and Socrates --
Followers --
Truth; true and false --
The aspiration for truth --
Truth and correctness --
Truth and meaning, or: how to read a philosopher --
Theories of truth --
Words and experience --
Language and emotion --
"Love" --
Words as categories --
Works of art as categories --
Common sense --
Definitions of religion --
Religion at the bar --
"Subjective" truth --
Knowledge, belief, and faith --
Faith, evidence, and James --
Three types of religious propositions --
Recourse to revelation or miracles --
Faith and its causes: contra James --
Seven causes --
Freud and wishful thinking --
Godless religions --
Plato's proof that gods exist --
St. Thomas Aquinas --
Perfection and the ontological argument --
Kant's postulate --
Can one prove God's existence? --
Pascal's wager --
God and ambiguity --
The ambiguity of dogma --
Analogy --
Symbols: contra Tillich --
Demythologizing and valuations --
Contra Bultmann --
Gerrymandering --
Theology --
Dialogue between Satan and a theologian --
Dialogue between Satan and a Christian --
Dialogue between Satan and an atheist --
Religion and truth --
Buddhism and truth --
Zen Buddhism and truth --
Judaism and truth --
Jewish and Christian faith --
Infidel piety --
Liberal Protestantism and truth --
Reinhold Niebuhr and truth --
A Platonic error, reason, and Christianity --
Christianity and truth --
Claims for mysticism --
Ineffability --
Mysticism as a historical phenomenon --
Criteria of mystical experience --
The experience of inspiration --
Mysticism, inspiration, and religion --
Contra Fromm: religion and tragedy --
Religion and loyalty --
Thomist versus non-Thomist --
Loyalty and truth --
Religion, aspiration, and the holy --
Otherworldliness --
Religion and poetry --
Inexhaustibility --
The psychology of interpretation --
Explanation --
Inconsistencies --
Quellenscheidung --
The two Mosaic theories --
Religion and progress --
The Gospels and poetry --
A Buddhist text --
Against eclecticism --
Plato as educator --
The uncloistered virtue --
Kant and Freud --
Freud and aspiration --
Man's ontological interest --
Reason and aspiration --
Epitaph.
Series Title: Anchor Books, A252.
Responsibility: by Walter Arnold Kaufmann.

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