The end of the modern world

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ISI Books, 1998 - Philosophy - 220 pages
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In an extended inquiry into the nature of the modern age, as well as a historical, philosophical, and theological analysis of modernity's prospects in the next millennium, Guardini argues that human beings are responsible moral agents, possessed of free will and answerable to God and their fellow man.

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Guardini here contemplates the human condition in the wake of two world wars and numerous other horrors and offers his thoughts in two of his best essays: "The End of The Modern World: A Search for ... Read full review

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This book describes the transition from the Medieval period through the modern, now into the crisis of modernity. Lots of good insights. Read full review

Contents

THE BIRTH OF THE MODERN WORLD
28
THE DISSOLUTION OF THE MODERN WORLD
50
THE ESSENCE OF POWER
117
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About the author (1998)

Guardini was a German priest whose moving sermons and readable books wom him worlwide acclaim.

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