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Dialogues between Faith and Reason
The Death and Return of God in Modern German Thought
John H. Smith
Smith traces a major line in the history of theology and the philosophy of religion down the "slippery slope" of secularization—from Luther and Erasmus, through Idealism, to Nietzsche, Heidegger, Derrida, Habermas, Vattimo, and Asad.

Divine Sophia
The Wisdom Writings of Vladimir Solovyov
Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov, Judith Deutsch Kornblatt
The founder of modern Russian philosophy, Vladimir Solovyov (1853-1900) is widely considered its greatest practitioner. Together with Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, he is one of the towering intellectual figures in late-nineteenth-century Russia, and his...

Framing a Vision of the World
Essays in Philosophy, Science, and Religion
A. Cloots
Since for Jan Van der Veken our vision of the world, and especially the placing of God and religion in it, has been the basic concern in all his work and thought, this problem is also at the core of this volume.

Francisci de Marchia
Quaestiones in secundum librum sententiarum (Reportatio), Quaestiones 13–27
The texts edited in this volume deal with angelology and anthropology, and particularly with the nature and the functions of immaterial substances like angels and the human rational soul.

Francisci de Marchia—Quaestiones in secundum librum sententiarum (Reportatio)
Quaestiones 28–49
In the questions contained in this volume, Francis of Marchia explores subjects that earned him his fame in the Middle Ages and in the history of ideas: physics and philosophical psychology.

Henrici de Gandavo Summa (Quaestiones ordinariae) art. LIII–LV
Henry of Ghent's Summa, art. 53–55 was composed in 1281 and contain Henry’s philosophical analyses of the theoretical concepts person, relation, and universals.

Kant's Moral Religion
Allen W. Wood
Kant's Moral Religion argues that Kant's doctrine of religious belief if consistent with his best critical thinking and, in fact, that the "moral arguments"—along with the faith they justify—are an integral part of Kant's critical thinking.

Kant's Rational Theology
Allen W. Wood
This book explores Kant's views on the concept of God and on the attempt to demonstrate God's existence as a means of understanding Kant's work as a whole and of achieving a proper appreciation of the contents of Kant's moral faith.

Omne Agens Agit Sibi Simile
A "Repetition" of Scholastic Metaphysics
Ph. Rosemann
The principle, "omne agens agit sibi simile," (every agent causes something similar to itself), is fundamental to Scholastic metaphysics, and especially natural theology.

On the Borders of Being and Knowing
Late Scholastic Theory of Supertranscendental Being
John P. Doyle
On the Borders of Being and Knowing begins with Greeks distinguishing "being" from “something” and proceeds to the late Scholastic doctrine of “supertranscendental being,” which embraces both.

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