Sheed and Ward Anthology of Catholic Philosophy

ISBN-10: 0742531988

ISBN-13: 9780742531987

Edition: 2005

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The Sheed & Ward Anthology of Catholic Philosophy is a thorough introduction to the evolution of Catholic philosophy from Biblical times to the present day. The first comprehensive collection of readings from Catholic philosophers, this volume aims to sharpen the understanding of Catholic philosophy by grouping together the best examples of this tradition, both well-known classics and lesser-known selections. The readings emphasize themes integral to the Catholic tradition such as the harmony of faith and reason, the existence and nature of God, the nature of the human person and of being, and the objectivity of moral law. Book jacket.
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List price: $61.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 608
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Topics Chart
Preface
Acknowledgments
Preliminaries
What Is Catholic Philosophy?
The Bible: Verses
Plato: Dialogues
Aristotle: Treatises
The Patristic Era
Introduction
Aristides the Philosopher: A Defense of Christianity
Justin Martyr: From Philosophy to Christianity
Irenaeus: Freedom and Evil
Clement of Alexandria: Philosophy and Christianity
Tertullian: Athens and Jerusalem
Minucius Felix: A Pagan-Christian Debate
Origen: First Principles
Plotinus: Absolute Beauty
Gregory of Nyssa: Not Three Gods
Augustine: Confessions
Augustine: Christian Doctrine
Augustine: Freedom and Evil
Augustine: God's Providence
Pseudo-Dionysius: Mystical Theology
Boethius: Foreknowledge and Freedom
The Middle Ages
Introduction
Avicenna: Essences
Anselm: The Ontological Argument
Averroes: The Incoherence of the Incoherence
Moses Maimonides: Guide for the Perplexed
Roger Bacon: Experimental Science
Peter of Spain: Logic
Bonaventure: The Mind's Journey to God
Thomas Aquinas: The Existence of God
Thomas Aquinas: Natural Law
Thomas Aquinas: The Principles of Nature
Thomas Aquinas: On Being and Essence
Thomas Aquinas: Can War Be Just?
Meister Eckhart: The Nearness of the Kingdom
John Duns Scotus: Universals
Margaret Porette: Mirror of Simple Souls
William of Ockham: Against Theistic Proofs
Renaissance through 19th Century
Introduction
Ignatius of Loyola: Principle and Foundation
Francisco Suarez: Essence and Existence
Galileo Galilei: Physics and Religion
Pierre Gassendi: Against the Aristotelians
Rene Descartes: I Think, Therefore I Am
Blaise Pascal: The Wager
Nicolas Malebranche: Occasionalism
John Henry Newman: Loving God
Josef Kleutgen: Scholastic Philosophy
Vatican I: Constitution on the Catholic Faith
Pope Leo XIII: The Revival of Thomism
The Twentieth Century and Beyond
Introduction
The Vatican: Twenty-Four Thomistic Theses
Maurice Blondel: Action
Max Scheler: The Problem of Eudaemonism
G. K. Chesterton: Orthodoxy
Pierre Rousselot: Intelligence
Joseph Marechal: Transcendental Thomism
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin: Evolution and Christianity
Jacques Maritain: Existence and the Existent
Etienne Gilson: God and Modern Philosophy
Gabriel Marcel: Ontological Mystery
Edith Stein: Woman's Special Value
Charles Hart: Neothomism in America
Alfred Tarski: What Is Truth?
John Courtney Murray: Religious Freedom
Karl Rahner: Can We Still Believe?
Bernard Lonergan: The Subject
Frederick Copleston: A Debate with Bertrand Russell
Peter Geach: God's Omnipotence
Elizabeth Anscombe: Contraception and Chastity
Pope John Paul II: Faith and Reason
Alan Donagan: Agency
Herbert McCabe: The Logic of Mysticism
Nicholas Rescher: Matters of Religion
Alasdair MacIntyre: Virtue and Dependence
Arthur McGovern: Is Atheism Essential to Marxism?
Eui-Chai Tjeng: East and West
Charles Taylor: Transcendental Arguments
Alvin Plantinga: Advice to Christian Philosophers
Sidney Cornelia Callahan: Abortion and Feminism
Hugo Meynell: Faith and Foundationalism
John Finnis: Natural Law
John Caputo: Against Ethics
Harry Gensler: God, Science, and the Golden Rule
Jean-Luc Marion: God without Being
Patrick Lee: Plantinga, Faith, and Reason
Danilo Marcondes: Maker's Knowledge
Arthur Madigan: Catholic Philosophers in the U.S.
Index of Names
About the Editors
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