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The death and resurrection of reason: On Kierkegaard's view of philosophy
Kierkegaard identifies "philosophy" as the perspective which seeks to grasp Truth with thought. Thought is taken as a passion for ideality, immanence, and closure. But for Kierkegaard Truth involves reality transcendence, ...
The irreducibility of guilt in Dostoevsky
Dostoevsky views guilt as a qualitative determination of the person. Guilt's referent is man's personality, his ontological status, and not simply external or conventional judgments. Both the judgment and the chastisement ...
The discourse of sanctity: Early modern canonization of saints as a collaborative process
Re-evaluation of the current scholarship on sainthood reveals canonization to be a process of deliberate creation by which candidates are first depicted as members of particular groups or communities and then represented ...
The theological methodology of Bernard Lonergan
The purpose of the present work Is to state and examine the theological methodology of Bernard Lonergan. In seeking to achieve this objective, both his theological and philosophical writings are made use of. The first ...
Julius Firmicus Maternus: De errore profanarum religionum. Introduction, translation and commentary
Julius Firmicus Maternus, author of De Errore Profanarum Religionum and Mathesis, is an important but oftentimes overlooked writer from the middle of the fourth century. He is known to us only from the two works which he ...