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Le Yi-king : traduit d'après les interprêtes chinois avec la version mandchoue
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Year: 1897 Publisher: Paris : Leroux,

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Les premiers écrits de Maurice Blondel : Lettre au directeur des Annales de philosohie chrétienne ; Lettre sur les exigences de la pensée contemporaine en matière d'apologétique et sur la méthode de la philosophie dans l'étude du problème religieux ; L'illusion idéaliste ; Principe élémentaire d'une logique de la vie morale ; Histoire et dogme ; De la valeur historique du dogme.
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Year: 1956 Publisher: Paris : Presses Universitaires de France,

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Thomas Aquinas's Summa contra gentiles : a mirror of human nature
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ISBN: 9789042927476 904292747X Year: 2013 Volume: 14 Publisher: Leuven Walpole Peeters

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The Summa contra gentiles is perhaps the most peculiar work of St. Thomas Aquinas, due to Thomas's decision to structure the work first according to what humans can say about God without revelation and then what humans can say about God once revelation is explicitly introduced. Such an approach to the human pursuit of the divine is otherwise unheard of in Thomas's own day, and this unusual structure has provided a fertile seedbed for a wide range of interpretations. Matthew Kostelecky's book shows the integral relationship between the conceptions of human nature and God operative throughout the Summa contra gentiles such that the text is always in a twofold movement, at once describing what humans can say about God while also reflecting human nature back on itself by delineating its limits and capabilities with respect to the possible human knowledge of God. As a result, the Summa contra gentiles is presented as a mirror of human nature as that nature is directed to its most noble object.

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ISBN: 0268018758 0268018766 Year: 1990 Publisher: Notre Dame University of Notre Dame press,

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Theophrastus
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ISBN: 9781472558015 9781780932095 Year: 2014 Publisher: London : Bloomsbury,

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50 years before Philoponus, two Christians from Gaza, seeking to influence Alexandrian Christians, defended the Christian belief in resurrection and the finite duration of the world, and attacked rival Neoplatonist views. Aeneas addresses an unusual version of the food chain argument against resurrection, that our bodies will get eaten by other creatures. Zacharias attacks the Platonist examples of synchronous creation, which were the production of light, of shadow, and of a footprint in the sand. A fragment survives of a third Gazan contribution by Procopius. Zacharias lampoons the Neoplatonist professor in Alexandria, Ammonius, and claims a leading role in the riot which led to the cleverest Neoplatonist, Damascius, fleeing to Athens. It was only Philoponus, however, who was able to embarrass the Neoplatonists by arguing against them on their own terms.


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The insistence of God : a theology of perhaps
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ISBN: 9780253010070 9780253010018 Year: 2014 Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana university press,

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The Insistence of God presents the provocative idea that God does not exist, God insists, while God’s existence is a human responsibility, which may or may not happen. For John D. Caputo, God’s existence is haunted by "perhaps," which does not signify indecisiveness but an openness to risk, to the unforeseeable. Perhaps constitutes a theology of what is to come and what we cannot see coming. Responding to current critics of continental philosophy, Caputo explores the materiality of perhaps and the promise of the world. He shows how perhaps can become a new theology of the gaps God opens.


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Apokritikos
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ISBN: 3110284553 Year: 2013 Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter,

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It has been a century since the first publication of the Apokritikos extracts, which were written "by a Greek philosopher of the 3rd century" (Adolf von Harnack, 1911). One hundred years later, as part of the same series, there now follows a complete bilingual edition of the entire Apokritikos. Along with a German translation, this volume includes a newly reconstructed Greek text with critical commentary. The Apokritikos contains one of the three most sweeping anti-Christian polemics preserved from classical philosophy, together with Makarios's refutation from the Christian side.


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Filosofia e rivelazione : una ricerca tra ragione e fede
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ISBN: 8881145979 Year: 1998 Volume: 1 Publisher: Napoli : Ed. scientifiche italiane

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Philosophy and the turn to religion
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ISBN: 9780801859953 Year: 1999 Publisher: Baltimore (Md.) : Johns Hopkins University press,

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If religion once seemed to have played out its role in the intellectual and political history of Western secular modernity, it has now returned with a vengeance. In this engaging study, Hent de Vries argues that a turn to religion discernible in recent philosophy anticipates and accompanies this development in the contemporary world. Though the book reaches back to Immanuel Kant, Martin Heidegger, and earlier, it takes its inspiration from the tradition of French phenomenology, notably Emmanuel Levinas, Jean-Luc Marion, and, especially, Jacques Derrida. Tracing how Derrida probes the discourse on religion, its metaphysical presuppositions, and its transformations, de Vries shows how this author consistently foregrounds the unexpected alliances between a radical interrogation of the history of Western philosophy and the religious inheritance from which that philosophy has increasingly sought to set itself apart. De Vries goes beyond formal analogies between the textual practices of deconstruction and so-called negative theology to address the necessity for a philosophical thinking that situates itself at once close to and at the farthest remove from traditional manifestations of the religious and the theological. This paradox is captured in the phrase adieu ( a dieu), borrowed from Levinas, which signals at once a turn toward and a leave-taking from God-and which also gestures toward and departs from the other of this divine other, the possibility of radical evil. Only by confronting such uncanny and difficult figures, de Vries claims, can one begin to think and act upon the ethical and political imperatives of our day.


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Le problème de la foi dans les milieux intellectuels au XXe siècle
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Year: 1949 Publisher: Tournai : Casterman,

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