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Josef Pieper : an anthology

Author: Josef Pieper
Publisher: San Francisco : Ignatius Press, ©1989.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pieper, Josef, 1904-1997.
Josef Pieper.
San Francisco : Ignatius Press, ©1989
(OCoLC)707181710
Named Person: Josef Pieper
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josef Pieper
ISBN: 0898702267 9780898702262
OCLC Number: 187415576
Notes: Translation of: Josef Pieper: Lesebuch; 2nd ed., 1984.
Includes index.
Description: xiii, 241 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Human authenticity. The ultimate --
A dead word? --
Ought to --
Seven statements --
Three streams of life --
"This is how it is" --
Sharing in knowledge --
Communication of reality --
To hope --
but on what grounds? --
The obscurity of hope and despair --
Creative affirmation --
Joy is a by-product --
Sex and despair --
Fulfillment means change --
The art of making the right decisions --
Being --
truth --
good --
"Doing the truth" --
The prudence of love --
"We have a holy sovereign" --
"Restitution" --
The "common good" and what it means --
The power of evil --
Courage does not exclude fear --
The seal of order --
Asceticism and heresy --
The "order of reason" --
Only the pure of heart can perceive beauty --
The fruit of purity --
Temperance creates beauty --
"Concupiscence of the eyes" --
The two sides of the coin that is the truth. Reality and knowing the mind --
Incomprehensible comprehensibility --
The "truth of all things" --
Things can be known because they are created --
Things are unfathomable because they are created --
Negative philosophy, negative theology --
"Experience " --
The freedom of philosophy and its adversaries." I don't know what freedom means" --
Not at your service --
Useless and indispensable --
"Liberal arts" --
The self-destruction of philosophy --
To use and to enjoy --
The purpose of politics --
The defense of freedom --
The "intellectual" and the Church --
Free space in the world of work. Leisure and its threefold opposition --
Earthly contemplation --
What is a feast? --
Truths-known and believed. Knowing and believing --
"Theology" without faith --
Philosophy out of a Christian existence --
The possible future of philosophy --
The reality of the holy. Not words but reality --
"Sacred action" --
The grandeur and misery of Man --
"Finis" means both end and goal. Future without a past and hope with no foundation? --
The art of not yielding to despair --
"Eternal life."
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: foreword by Hans Urs von Balthasar.

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