Early Theological Writings

ISBN-10: 0812210220

ISBN-13: 9780812210224

Edition: 1972 (Reprint)

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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 1972
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Publication date: 10/1/1971
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) was perhaps the most systematic of the post-Kantian idealist German philosophers. T. M. Knox translated many of Hegel's works into English. Harry Burrows Acton (1908-1974) was a British academic philosopher known for defending the morality of capitalism. John R. Silber was president of Boston University from 1971 until 1996.

Introduction: Hegel's Philosophical Development
The Positivity of the Christian Religion
How Christianity Became the Positive Religion of a Church
Position of the Jewish Religion
Whence Came the Positive Element in Christianity?
The Conception of a Sect
The Teaching of Jesus
Jesus Has Much To Say about His Own Individual Personality
Jesus Speaks of Himself as the Messiah
The Positive Element Derived from the Disciples
The Disciples Contrasted with the Pupils of Socrates
The Number of Disciples Fixed at Twelve
The Disciples Sent Forth on Their Mission
The Resurrection and the Commands Given Thereafter
How the Teaching of Jesus Came To Be Interpreted in a Positive Sense
What Is Applicable in a Small Society Is Unjust in a State
Common Ownership of Goods
The Lord's Supper
How a Moral or Religious Society Grows into a State
Conflict between Church and State: (a) In Matters Affecting Civil Rights Generally
(b) In Matters Affecting Property
(c) In Matters Affecting Education
Two Incidental Remarks about Church and State Relations
The Ecclesiastical Contract: Representation and the Power of the Citizens in Matters of Doctrine
Contract with the State
Defense of the Faith
The Form Morality Must Acquire in a Church
The Rise of Sects Inevitable
Materials for a Continuation of Part I
"Is Judaea, Then, the Teutons' Fatherland?"
How Christianity Conquered Paganism
How a Disinclination for Military Service Helped the Success of Christianity
Revised Form of Sections 1-4 of Part I
The Spirit of Christianity and its Fate
The Spirit of Judaism
The Moral Teaching of Jesus: ([alpha]) The Sermon on the Mount Contrasted with the Mosaic Law and with Kant's Ethics
The Moral Teaching of Jesus: ([beta]) Love as the Transcendence of Penal Justice and the Reconciliation of Fate
The Religious Teaching of Jesus
The Fate of Jesus and His Church
Fragment of a System
On Classical Studies
Bibliographical Note
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