An Analytical Philosophy of Religion

An Analytical Philosophy of Religion

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This original study, published initially in 1959, introduces students of philosophy and of theology to a treatment of religion based upon the methods of modern philosophy - particularly logical empiricism and existentialism. Above and beyond the importance of its point of view, this book is distinguished by its clarity and by its objective and understanding presentation of diverse points of more

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  • Paperback | 328 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 17.53mm | 607g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113899040X
  • 9781138990401

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Introduction: Analysis and Language Part 1: Modern Man is Homo Loquens, Homo Convictus 1. Conviction: Man-Who-Speaks is Overcome by a Convictor 2. Power: Man-Who-Speas Establishes His Existence 3. World-Views: Man-Who-Speaks Establishes His Existence in Drafting World Views 4. Metaphysics: Man-Who-Speaks is Inclined to Draft Closed Systems Part 2: The Background of Modern Man's Language Structures 5. Myth: Primitive and Ancient Man Lives by Means of a Mythical Establishment 6. Cosmos: Enlightened Man Establishes His Existence by Means of the Greek Cosmos Conviction Part 3: Language Structures which Assist Modern Man in Establishing His Existence 7. Morals: Moral Language Enables and Establishment in View of Goods and Highest Goods 8. The Church: Modern Christians Establish Their Existence with the Help of Several Church Languages. Postscriptshow more

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