Metaphysics and the Idea of God

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W.B. Eerdmans, 1990 - Religion - 170 pages
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Pannenberg offers a powerful argument that "a theological doctrine of God that lacks metaphysics as its discussion partner falls into either a kerygmatic subjectivisim e.g., focusing on proclamation ... Read full review

Contents

The End of Metaphysics and the Idea of God
3
The Problem of the Absolute
22
SelfConsciousness and Subjectivity
43
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A. V. Miller Absolute actual occasions Alfred North Whitehead already Anthropology anticipation Aristotelian Aristotle assertions atheism atomistic Augustine Augustinian awareness Christian Christian eschatology Christian theology christology claim conceived concept consciousness constitution context Dasein David Hume Descartes Dieter Henrich Dilthey Dilthey's Discourse on Method divine doctrine end of history Enneads entelechy Epicurus eschatological eternity exis existence experience fact Feuerbach Fichte finite finitude future G. W. F. Hegel George Herbert Mead George Lasson German edition German Idealism Gilbert Ryle Hans Blumenberg Hegel Hegelian Heidegger Heidegger's Henri Bergson Henrich hermeneutical human Ibid idea of God identity Immanuel Kant individual Infinite infinity interpretation intuition itself Jesus of Nazareth John Dewey John Locke Kant Kant's Kantian Karl Barth Leibniz ligion linguistic Logic logical positivism Martin Heidegger Maurice Merleau-Ponty meaning metaphysics moments monads Naples natural sciences Neo-Kantianism ness notion objects olou ontology ophy Pannenberg Parmenides Paul Tillich Phaedo Phenomenology Philip Clayton philo philosophy philosophy of religion Plato Plotinus prehensions present presupposes Process and Reality process philosophy process theology prolepsis question reality reflection relation relationship religion religious Rene Descartes resurrection of Jesus rience Samuel Alexander Samuel Clarke Schleiermacher Scholasticism Science of Logic sciences self self-consciousness semantic sense sentence space Spinoza Stoics structure subjectivity Systematic Theology telos tence theme theology things Thomism thought time-bridging tion totality trans transcendental Transcendental Aesthetic transcendental subject truth understanding unity verification principle Whitehead whole Wilhelm Dilthey Wolfhart Pannenberg world soul

About the author (1990)

Wolfhart Pannenberg is Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Munich.

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