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Religion, truth, and social transformation : essays in reformational philosophy

Author: Lambert Zuidervaart
Publisher: Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2016.
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"Reformational philosophy has roots in the Reformed tradition of Christianity. "Reformed," in this sense, refers to a worldwide movement that stems from the Calvinist Reformation in sixteenth-century Europe. Ecclesiastically it includes Presbyterians of various persuasions, the various Reformed churches in or from continental Europe, and twentieth-century ecumenical formations such as the United Church of Canada and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Zuidervaart, Lambert, author.
Religion, truth, and social transformation.:
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2016] ©2016
(CaOONL)20159070163
(OCoLC)930042034
Named Person: H Dooyeweerd; Hendrik Hart
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lambert Zuidervaart
ISBN: 9780773598911 077359891X 9780773598928 0773598928
OCLC Number: 930041975
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction: Transforming Philosophy --
Part one Critical Retrieval. 1 The Great Turning Point: Religion and Rationality in Dooyeweerd's Transcendental Critique (2004) --
2 Reformational Philosophy after Dooyeweerd and Vollenhoven (2006) --
3 Dooyeweerd's Conception of Truth: Exposition and Critique (2008) --
4 Dooyeweerd's Modal Theory: Questions in the Ontology of Science (1973) --
5 Fantastic Things: Critical Notes toward a Social Ontology of the Arts (1995). Part two Reforming Reason. 6 God, Law, and Cosmos: Issues in Hendrik Hart's Ontology (1985) --
7 Artistic Truth, Linguistically Turned: Variations on a Theme from Adorno, Habermas, and Hart (2001) --
8 The Inner Reformation of Reason: Issues in Hendrik Hart's Epistemology (2004) --
9 Metacritique: Adorno, Vollenhoven, and the Problem-Historical Method (1985) --
10 Defining Humankind: Scheler, Cassirer, and Hart (1988). Part three Social Transformation. 11 Good Cities or Cities of the Good? Radical Augustinian Social Criticism (2005) --
12 Religion in Public: Passages from Hegel's Philosophy of Right (2010) --
13 Macrostructures and Societal Principles: An Architectonic Critique (2011/2015) --
14 Unfinished Business: Toward a Reformational Conception of Truth (2009) --
15 Science, Society, and Culture: Against Deflationism (2007) --
Epilogue --
Earth's Lament: Suffering, Hope, and Wisdom (2003).
Responsibility: Lambert Zuidervaart.
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"Reformational philosophy has roots in the Reformed tradition of Christianity. "Reformed," in this sense, refers to a worldwide movement that stems from the Calvinist Reformation in sixteenth-century Europe. Ecclesiastically it includes Presbyterians of various persuasions, the various Reformed churches in or from continental Europe, and twentieth-century ecumenical formations such as the United Church of Canada and what used to be called the World Alliance of Reformed Churches. The term "reformational" indicates an intellectual and social current from within Reformed Christianity whose main impetus comes from the nineteenth-century Dutch educator, church leader, and politician Abraham Kuyper. It holds that members of religious communities and their organizations are called to be agents of renewal in culture and society, and that such renewal is not just personal but involves criticizing and changing cultural practices, social institutions, and the very structure of society where these impede the interconnected flourishing of all Earth's inhabitants. So reformational scholarship tends toward a comprehensiveness of social vision and a depth of cultural engagement that do not harmonize easily with either political liberalism or spiritual individualism. The preferred discipline for reformational scholars has tended to be philosophy, not theology."--

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