A Dubious Heritage: Studies in the Philosophy of Religion After Kant

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Paulist Press, Jan 1, 1977 - Religion - 177 pages
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In this collection of essays written over the past ten years, Professor Dupre reflects his singular concern with the impact of Kant's critique upon the study of religion. Dupre see in Kant "the first methodic effort to formulate and, at the same time, to overcome, the malaise from which the religious consciousness had suffered ever since art, science, philosophy and morality had become independent of faith."

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Contents

SCHLEIERMACHERS RELIGION AS FEELING
9
KIERKEGAARDS RELIGION AS FREEDOM
30
HEGELS RELIGION AS REPRESENTATION
53
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Dupre is the T. Lawrason Riggs Professor Emeritus of the Philosophy of Religion at Yale University.

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