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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Freedom and authority in the West.
Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame Press 
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George N Shuster; Hans Buchheim; University of Notre Dame.; Katholische Akademie in Bayern.
|Notes:||Papers presented at an international conference held at the University of Notre Dame, Oct. 1966, and cosponsored by the university and the Catholic Academy of Bavaria.|
|Description:||xiv, 199 pages 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The Church and science in the world view of the Council / Julius Cardinal Döpfner --
Freedom, authority, community / John Courtney Murray --
Authority and freedom in the Church / Michael Schmaus --
Relations between church and state in Europe / Peter Meinhold --
Authority and freedom in modern western democracy / Wilhelm Geiger --
Authority and freedom: the state and man / Hans Buchheim --
The reconciliation of liberty and authority in the American Revolution / Marshall Smelser --
The English tradition of authority / Matthew A. Fitzsimons --
Freedom and equality in the political theory of the European Enlightenment and its projection into the French Revolution / Hans Maier --
German Catholics and republican government during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Rudolf Morsey --
The problem of freedom in the light of existential philosophy / Johannes Lotz --
The German emigrant to the United States and Allied wartime diplomacy / Ferdinand Hermens.
|Series Title:||Notre Dame, Ind.; University.; Committee on International Relations.; International Studies.|
|Responsibility:||Edited and with a foreword by George N. Shuster. Contributors: Hans Buchheim [and others].|