INDEX
Aboriginal 7, 98 n3
al-Arabi, Ibn153
al-Ghazali, Mohammed152
Anglican Church 45 anti-realism 25ff; 39ff
Aquinas, St Thomas15, 111, 114, 137, 173
Aristotle 14-15, 17, 75, 81, 114, 172-73
Augustine, St9, 70, 110, 125, 142
Baal Shem Toy126ff
Beck, A.T.54-56
Berkeley, Bp.91
Boyd, Andrew113
Bradley, F.H.27
Callaghan, Brendan177
Camus, Albert87, 103
Conant, James142
constructivism 57ff
Copleston, Frederick79
cosmological argument, the 16
Dawkins, Richard102, 103
De Beauvoir, Simone110
Derrida, Jacques 96, 106, 115
Descartes, Rene7, 29, 35, 111
design argument, the 18-19
despair 133
Dostoyevsky, Fyodor6, 85ff, 98, 103, 157
epistemology 65ff
evil, radical 71ff
fear of truth 164
Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe5
Foster, Jodi61, 182
Foucault, Michel99
Freud, Sigmund49ff, 111
gender 107ff
grace 23
Grisez, Germaine170
Habermas, Jurgen99 n7
Hamlet166
Hare, R.M.91
Hasidic Judaism 128
Havel, Vaclav154ff, 176
Hegel, Georg27, 74ff; 119, 133ff
Hemmings, Laurence106
heresy 46
Hinduism 21
Hoose, Bernard171
Hoschel, Abraham126ff
Hume, David32, 183
ideology 160

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