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Controversial Kierkegaard

A widespread misapprehension of Søren Kierkegaard is that his concern for the individual and the individual's relation to the divine excluded any significant attention to social and political problems. ...

Franz Werfel: The Faith of an Exile

Franz Werfel was born in Prague in 1890 and died in Beverly Hills in 1945, a popular and artistic success in Europe and America. Despite his Jewish birth and upbringing, he was attracted to Christianity ...

Averroës’ Doctrine of Immortality

The introduction of Aristotelianism into the West created conflict, disruption, and turmoil. Not least, it confronted the Middle Ages with a serious problem concerning the possible conflict between reason ...

Dilemmas of Reconciliation

How can bitter enemies who have inflicted unspeakable acts of cruelty on each other live together in peace?

At a time in history when most organized violence consists of civil wars and when nations resort ...

Ethical Choices and Global Greenhouse Warming

There are many things we can choose to do about climate change, including doing nothing at all. All of them have consequences, many of which will be unforeseen. If we could foretell more accurately what ...

Language in Indian Philosophy and Religion

Edited by Harold Coward
Subjects: Religion, Philosophy
Series: SR Supplements

The papers published in this volume were originally read and discussed at a three day seminar sponsored by the Canadian Society for the Study of Religion/Societie Canadienne des Sciences Religieuses at ...

Muslim Ethics and Modernity

A study of modern Muslim ethics, focused upon the lives and writings of Sayyid Ahmad Khan and Mawlana Mawdudi, this book  sheds light upon the modern ethical problems of contemporary Islam.

Sayyid Ahmad ...

Martin Heidegger’s Philosophy of Religion

Following a critical review of previous theological scholarship on Heidegger and a survey of North American philosophy of religion, the book examines Heidegger’s philosophy of religion and its influence ...

Simone Weil

By John Hellman
Subjects: Philosophy

“The generation of 1930 in French intellectual life was unique in the gravity of the challenges they faced. ” Simone Weil—the brilliant social and political theorist, activist, and spiritual writer—was ...