He Who Is: A Study in Traditional Theism

By E. L. B. D. Mascall | Go to book overview
Pelican Books, 1938. (References to this edition are given in parentheses.)
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INDEX
[Where a number of references occur under one name the most important are indicated by heavy type.]
Abelard, Peter, 108
Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, 198
Addison, Joseph, 127
Albertus Magnus, St., x
Al-Ghâzali, 130
Al-Hallâji, 22, 130
Amos, 5
Andrewes, Lancelot, 27
Angelus Silesius,148-9
Anselm, St., 11 f., 30 f., 51, 67, 70, 113, 192,198
Arendzen, J. P., 140
Aristotle, viii, 7, 9, 25-6, 37, 40, 44, 50, 79, 157
Augustine, St., vii, 10, 11, 54, 62, 76, 100, 110, 184-5, 196-7
Averroës, 40
Avicenna, 40
Aver,A. J., 66 f., 90, 121
Baillie, John, 93
Barnes, E. W., 17 f., 22
Barth, Karl, 1, 23 f., 28, 131, 148
Bellarmine, St. Robert, 95
Berdyaev, Nicolas, 10, 82, 103, 135 f., 140, 149, 194
Bergson, Henri, 42
Berkeley, George, 117, 122
Bernard, St., 11, 108
Bevan, Edwyn, 119, 148
Bevan jones, L., 127, 130
Beveridge, William, 64, 76
Black, M., 33, 48
Blosius, Ludovicus, 142
Boehme, Jacob, 136, 148
Bonaventure, St., viii, 11, 30, 44, 105, 184
Bossuet, J. B., 108
Bouquet, A. C., 126
Box, H. S., 577
Brabant, F. H., 101
Bradley, F. H., 66, 78
Braithwaite, R. B., 52
Bremond, Henri, 105
Broad, C.D., 33 f., 52, 57 f., 67-8, 165, 175, 192
Brunner, Emil, 24, 131, 148-9
Bulgakov, Sergius, 140, 189
Buridan,x
Burnaby, John, 110
Butler, Cuthbert, 131
Butler, Joseph, 26, 28
Cajetan, St., 119
Caldin, E. F., 51
Carnap, Rudolf, 66
Cecilia of the Nativity, Mother, 149
Chapman, H. John, 22, 26, 93, 110
Charles, Pierre, 109
Charlier, L., x
Chekhov, Anton, 67
Chesteron, G. K., 4, 117
Cleopatra, 72
Coleridge, S. T., 97
Confucius, 132
Congar, M. J., x
Coomaraswamy, Ananda, 132, 134
Crusoe, Robinson, 69
D'Arcy, M.C., 10, 21, 85f., 165, 193, 197
David of Dinant, 138
Dawson, Christopher, 22, 130

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