By Lawrence W. Gross
By Lawrence W. Gross
By Robert Cecil Mortimer
A dialogue of the final presuppositions and ideas which underlie the Christian moral educating, treating of such topics as judgment of right and wrong, the thoughts of sin and advantage, and the relation among morality and faith. The ebook additionally makes an attempt to give an explanation for the normal Christian attitudes in the direction of yes specific issues of behavior; for instance, marriage and divorce, playing, and the rights and tasks of non-public estate. Written via the then Bishop of Exeter, this ebook used to be initially released in 1950.
By Pierre Dupuis-boissel
By Jürgen Habermas
The stress among naturalism and faith is the significant topic of this significant new publication via Jürgen Habermas. at the one hand he argues for a suitable naturalistic figuring out of cultural evolution that does justice to the normative personality of the human brain. nonetheless, he demands a suitable interpretation of the secularizing results of a strategy of social and cultural explanation more and more denounced through the champions of non secular orthodoxies as a historic improvement atypical to the West. those reflections at the enduring significance of faith and the bounds of secularism below stipulations of postmetaphysical cause set the scene for a longer remedy the political value of non secular tolerance and for a clean contribution to present debates on cosmopolitanism and a structure for foreign society.
By Abdolkarim Soroush,Mahmoud Sadri,Ahmad Sadri
By Roger Scruton
By Simone Weil,Eric O. Springsted
By Albrecht Gralle
Dieser Roman ist nicht wie alle anderen Liebesromane - und damit typisch für Albrecht Gralle. Er erzählt lustige und ernste Dinge des Liebeslebens, verknüpft sie mit mythologischen Elementen und spickt sie mit skurrilen Einfällen. Und am Ende erkennt der Leser, dass Gott keine Wetten verliert.
By J. LeBlanc,Carolyn M. Jones Medine
By Patrick H. Byrne
In The Ethics of Discernment, Patrick H. Byrne offers an method of ethics that builds upon the cognitional conception and the philosophical approach to self-appropriation that Bernard Lonergan brought in his e-book Insight, in addition to upon Lonergan’s later writing on ethics and values.
Extending Lonergan’s process into the world of ethics, Byrne argues that we will use self-appropriation to return to aim decisions of price. The Ethics of Discernment is an introspective research of that method, during which sustained moral inquiry and attentiveness to emotions as “intentions of worth” results in a wealthy notion of the good.
Written either for people with an curiosity in Lonergan’s philosophy and for these drawn to theories of ethics who've just a restricted wisdom of Lonergan’s paintings, Byrne’s ebook is the 1st distinctive exposition of a moral concept according to Lonergan’s philosophical method.