9780664225247

101 Key Terms in Philosophy and Their Importance for Theology

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    9780664225247

  • ISBN10:

    0664225241

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2004-07-01
  • Publisher: Presbyterian Pub Corp
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Summary

Written by two philosophers and a theologian, this book provides easy access to key terms in philosophy and how they are understood and used in theology. The focused entries discuss what the terms have meant in classical and contemporary philosophy and then shift to what these philosophical understandings have meant in the history of Christian theology to the present day. The result is a unique volume that clearly shows the interplay of these disciplines and how theology has been influenced by the language and vocabulary of philosophy.

Table of Contents

Introduction: A Reader's Guide vii
Aesthetics 1(1)
Analytic /Continental Philosophy 1(1)
Anselm 2(2)
Anthropomorphic Language 4(1)
Apologetics 5(1)
Aquinas, Thomas 6(2)
Aristotle 8(1)
Atheism 9(1)
Augustine 10(1)
Being and Goodness 11(1)
Cause/Causality 12(1)
Common Sense Philosophy 13(1)
Cosmology 14(1)
Deconstruction 15(1)
Descartes, Rene 16(1)
Dualism/Monism 17(1)
Enlightenment 18(1)
Epistemology 19(1)
Essence/Essentialism 20(1)
Eternal/Everlasting 21(1)
Ethics 22(1)
Ethics, Biblical 23(1)
Euthyphro Problem 24(1)
Evil, Problem of 25(1)
Existentialism 25(1)
Faith 26(1)
Faith and Reason 27(1)
Feminism/Feminist Philosophy 28(2)
Feuerbach, Ludwig 30(1)
Free Will 30(1)
Freud, Sigmund 31(1)
God, Belief in 32(1)
God, Nature of 32(1)
Good/Goodness 33(1)
Happiness 34(1)
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 35(1)
Heidegger, Martin 36(1)
Hell 37(1)
Hermeneutics 38(1)
Human Nature 39(1)
Hume, David 40(1)
Idealism 41(1)
Immutability and Impassibility 42(1)
Justice 43(2)
Kant, Immanuel 45(1)
Kierkegaard, Soren 46(1)
Leibniz, Gottfried 47(1)
Logic 48(2)
Logos 50(1)
Marx, Karl 50(1)
Metaphysics/Ontology 51(1)
Mind/Soul/Spirit 52(2)
Miracles 54(1)
Modernity/Modernism 54(1)
Naturalism/Materialism 55(1)
Natural Theology 56(1)
Necessity 57(1)
Neoplatonism 58(1)
Nietzsche, Friedrich 59(1)
Nihilism 60(1)
Ockham, William of 61(1)
Omnipotence 61(1)
Omnipresence 62(1)
Omniscience and Foreknowledge 62(2)
Ontotheology 64(1)
Ordinary Language Philosophy 64(1)
Pascal, Blaise 65(1)
Perspectivalism 66(1)
Phenomenology 67(1)
Philosophy 68(2)
Plato and Platonism 70(1)
Pluralism, Exclusivism, and Inclusivism 71(1)
Positivism 72(1)
Postmodernism 73(2)
Pragmatism 75(1)
Process Thought 75(1)
Pseudo-Dionysius 76(1)
Realism/Anti-Realism 77(1)
Reason/Rationality 78(1)
Reason and Belief in God 79(1)
Reductionism 80(1)
Relativism 81(1)
Religious Language 82(1)
Renaissance Humanism 83(1)
Resurrection/Immortality 83(1)
Schleiermacher, Friedrich 84(1)
Scholasticism 85(1)
Scotus, John Duns 86(1)
Self 87(1)
Semiotics 88(1)
Simplicity 88(2)
Stoicism 90(1)
Substance 90(1)
Teleology 91(1)
Theistic Arguments 92(1)
Theodicy 93(2)
Transcendence 95(1)
Truth 96(1)
Underdetermination 97(1)
Universals 97(1)
Wittgenstein, Ludwig 98(3)
Bibliography 101(12)
Cross-Reference Index 113

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