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The God within : Kant, Schelling, and historicity

Author: Emil L Fackenheim; John W Burbidge
Publisher: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©1996.
Series: Toronto studies in philosophy.
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"For nineteenth-century thinkers, the central problem of religious consciousness in the modern West was the tension between prevailing concepts of individual autonomy and the traditional Judaeo-Christian claim for divine revelation. The God Within brings together ten of Professor Emil Fackenheim's essays on the German Idealists who struggled to resolve this tension." "All the essays gathered here are concerned with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Immanuel Kant; Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling; Immanuel Kant; Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling; F W J Schelling; Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling; Immanuel Kant; Immanuel Kant; Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emil L Fackenheim; John W Burbidge
ISBN: 0802006973 9780802006974
OCLC Number: 34603247
Description: xxi, 252 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Kant's philosophy of religion --
Kant and radical evil --
Kant's concept of history --
Schelling in 1800-1801: art as revelation --
Schelling's philosophy of the literary arts --
Schelling's philosophy of religion --
Schelling's conception of positive philosophy --
Metaphysics and historicity --
The historicity and transcendence of philosophic truth --
Hegel on the actuality of the rational and the rationality of the actual --
Epilogue. Holocaust and "Weltanschauung": philosophical reflections on why they did it.
Series Title: Toronto studies in philosophy.
Other Titles: Kant, Schelling, and historicity
Responsibility: Emil L. Fackenheim ; edited by John Burbidge.

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