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The one and the many: studies in the philosophy of order and ultimacy

Author: Rousas John Rushdoony
Publisher: [Nutley, N.J.]: Craig Press, 1971.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rousas John Rushdoony
OCLC Number: 263670
Description: viii, 388 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: I. The one and the many --
Trinitarian answer --
Unitarian failure --
Faith and science --
Political perspectives --
Education and freedom --
Question of authority --
II. The ground of liberty --
Liberty and dialectics --
The Enlightenment --
Libertarian failure --
Christian answer --
Law and liberty --
III. Continuity of being --
Egypt --
Mesopotamia --
Persia --
Chain of being --
Bible and the concept of being --
Being and society --
IV. Unity of the Polis --
Greece: humanist's homeland --
Greek science and philosophy --
Chaos-order dialectic --
Esoteric state --
Polis as cosmos --Socrates and Plato --
Aristotle --
V. Rome: the city of man --
Priority of the State --
Cicero and the rule of reason --
Julius Caesar --
Chaos cults --
Cicero and revolution --
Cicero and the State --
Caesar and the New State --
New perversity --
Marcus Aurelius --
Commodus --
Last hopes in chaos --
VI. Christ: the world de-divinized --
War against the gods --
Mysticism --
Gnosticism --
Christianity and the family --
Abortion --
Emperor worship --
Creation and history --
History and God --
Constantine the Great --
Arianism --
Nicaea --
Constantinople I --
The Orthodox faith vs. heresies --
Ephesus --
Chalcedon --
Pelagianism and Asceticism --
Deprecation of matter and history --
Augustine and the Pelagians --
Church as the New Rome --
Later Councils --
The one and the many VII. The return of dialectical thought --
Boethius --
Scholasticism --
Aquinas' task --
Thomistic dialecticism --
Noetics and ethics --
Common ground in being --
The one and the many in Aquinas --
The state. VIII. Frederick II and Dante: the world re-divinized --
Medieval civilization --
Frederick II --
Dante --
Dante's view of the State --
Witness of 'The Divine Comedy' --
Pope John XXIII --
Pope Paul VI --
IX. The immanent one as the power state --
Castiglione --
Machiavelli --
X. The reformation: the problem redefined --
Luther --
Against Erasmus --
Luther and the One and many --
Calvin --
Calvin on law and love --
Richard Hooker --
XI. Utopia: the new city of man --
Humanism and Utopia --
Thomas More --
Francis Bacon --
Campanella --
Hobbes, Locke, Harrington --
XII. Autonomous man and the new order --
Descartes --
John Locke --
Berkeley --
Alexander Pope --
La Mettrie --
Hume --
Rousseau --
Immanuel Kant --
XIII. War against the beyond --
Hegel --
Feuerbach --
Max Stirner --
Karl Marx --
Nietzsche --
Sartre --
Wittgenstein --
Marcuse --
Hammarskjold --
XIV. The Christian perspective --
Modernism --
Van Til --
At the end of the age --
Appendix, observations on the End of an Age: 1. The end of an age --
2. The religious foundations of culture.
Responsibility: bu Rousas John Rushdoony.

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