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The Sheed & Ward anthology of Catholic philosophy

The Sheed & Ward anthology of Catholic philosophy

Author: James Swindal; Harry J Gensler
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, ©2005.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Swindal; Harry J Gensler
ISBN: 074253197X 9780742531970 0742531988 9780742531987
OCLC Number: 1062079810
Description: xvi, 584 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part 1 Preliminaries Chapter 2 What Is Catholic Philosophy? Chapter 3 The Bible: Verses Chapter 4 Plato: Dialogues Chapter 5 Aristotle: Treatises Part 6 The Patristic Era Chapter 7 Introduction Chapter 8 Aristides the Philosopher: A Defense of Christianity Chapter 9 Justin Martyr: From Philosophy to Christianity Chapter 10 Irenaeus: Freedom and Evil Chapter 11 Clement of Alexandria: Philosophy and Christianity Chapter 12 Tertullian: Athens and Jerusalem Chapter 13 Minucius Felix: A Pagan-Christian Debate Chapter 14 Origen: First Principles Chapter 15 Plotinus: Absolute Beauty Chapter 16 Gregory of Nyssa: Not Three Gods Chapter 17 Augustine: Confessions Chapter 18 Augustine: Christian Doctrine Chapter 19 Augustine: Freedom and Evil Chapter 20 Augustine: God's Providence Chapter 21 Pseudo-Dionysius: Mystical Theology Chapter 22 Boethius: Foreknowledge and Freedom Part 23 The Middle Ages Chapter 24 Introduction Chapter 25 Avicenna: Essences Chapter 26 Anselm: The Ontological Argument Chapter 27 Averroes: The Incoherence of the Incoherence Chapter 28 Moses Maimonides: Guide for the Perplexed Chapter 29 Roger Bacon: Experimental Science Chapter 30 Peter of Spain: Logic Chapter 31 Bonaventure: The Mind's Journey to God Chapter 32 Thomas Aquinas: The Existence of God Chapter 33 Thomas Aquinas: Natural Law Chapter 34 Thomas Aquinas: The Principles of Nature Chapter 35 Thomas Aquinas: On Being and Essence Chapter 36 Thomas Aquinas: Can War Be Just? Chapter 37 Meister Eckhart: The Nearness of the Kingdom Chapter 38 John Duns Scotus: Universals Chapter 39 Margaret Porette: Mirror of Simple Souls Chapter 40 William of Ockham: Against Theistic Proofs Part 41 Renaissance through Nineteenth Chapter 42 Introduction Chapter 43 Ignatius of Loyola: Principle and Foundation Chapter 44 Francisco Suarez: Essence and Existence Chapter 45 Galileo Galilei: Physics and Religion Chapter 46 Pierre Gassendi: Against the Aristotelians Chapter 47 Rene Descartes: I Think, Therefore I Am Chapter 48 Blaise Pascal: The Wager Chapter 49 Nicolas Malebranche: Occasionalism Chapter 50 John Henry Newman: Loving God Chapter 51 Josef Kleutgen: Scholastic Philosophy Chapter 52 Vatican I: Constitution on the Catholic Faith Chapter 53 Pope Leo XIII: The Revival of Thomism Part 54 The Twentieth Century and Beyond Chapter 55 Introduction Chapter 56 The Vatican: Twenty-Four Thomistic Theses Chapter 57 Maurice Blondel: Action Chapter 58 Max Scheler: The Problem of Eudaemonism Chapter 59 G. K. Chesterton: Orthodoxy Chapter 60 Pierre Rousselot: Intelligence Chapter 61 Joseph Marechal: Transcendental Thomism Chapter 62 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin: Evolution and Christianity Chapter 63 Jacques Maritain: Existence and the Existent Chapter 64 Etienne Gilson: God and Modern Philosophy Chapter 65 Gabriel Marcel: Ontological Mystery Chapter 66 Edith Stein: Woman's Special Value Chapter 67 Charles Hart: Neothomism in America Chapter 68 Alfred Tarski: What Is Truth? Chapter 69 John Courtney Murray: Religious Freedom Chapter 70 Karl Rahner: Can We Still Believe? Chapter 71 Bernard Lonergan: The Subject Chapter 72 Frederick Copleston: A Debate with Bertrand Russell Chapter 73 Peter Geach: God's Omnipotence Chapter 74 Elizabeth Anscombe: Contraception and Chastity Chapter 75 Pope John Paul II: Faith and Reason Chapter 76 Alan Donagan: Agency Chapter 77 Herbert McCabe: The Logic of Mysticism Chapter 78 Nicholas Rescher: Matters of Religion Chapter 79 Alasdair MacIntyre: Virtue and Dependence Chapter 80 Arthur McGovern: Is Atheism Essential to Marxism? Chapter 81 Eui-Chai Tjeng: East and West Chapter 82 Charles Taylor: Transcendental Arguments Chapter 83 Alvin Plantinga: Advice to Christian Philosophers Chapter 84 Sidney Cornelia Callahan: Abortion and Feminism Chapter 85 Hugo Meynell: Faith and Foundationalism Chapter 86 John Finnis: Natural Law Chapter 87 John Caputo: Against Ethics Chapter 88 Harry Gensler: God, Science, and the Golden Rule Chapter 89 Jean-Luc Marion: God without Being Chapter 90 Patrick Lee: Plantinga, Faith, and Reason Chapter 91 Danilo de Souza Filho: Maker's Knowledge Chapter 92 Arthur Madigan: Catholic Philosophers in the U.S
Responsibility: edited by James C. Swindal and Harry J. Gensler.


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