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Look Out! A Philosophy of Revelation: According to KARL RAHNER, S.J.
Richard J. Rolwing
Limited preview - 2009
absolute positing absolutely infinite abstraction act of cognition action actual already analysis categorial knowing categorial side co-affirmation conceivable concept concrete condition contingency contradict Dasein determined dynamic exis existence explicitly finite finitude free love free person free revelation freedom freely accepts further free Geist God's grasp Hearers Horer human event human experience human knowing human word humanly conscious Ibid ience implicit implicitly and non-objectively insofar involves judg judgment Karl Rahner kind knowable knower listens man's experience man's knowing man's questioning man's transcendence material things metaphysical mode neces necessarily affirmed necessarily looks necessity negation negative non-necessity objectified occur order of love particular philosophy possible objects possible revelation posteriori pre-apprehension present presupposes priori horizon pure transcendental quired Rahner calls Rahner claims Rahner finds Rahner says relation revelatory rizes scientific method sensation sense sensible appearance simply striving subhuman subjectivity theology tically tion tran transcendental knowing unlimited whither Yahweh