Reason and God: Encounters of Philosophy with Religion

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Index
Abelard, Peter, 209
Aesthetic, 42, 45, 53, 102, 211-12, 215-17, 221, 224, 225; in Dewey, 103, 108
Anselm of Canterbury, 145, 171
Aquinas, Thomas, vii, 145, 200, 211, 219
Aristotle, 91, 145
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, 8, 47, 83 n., 91, 117, 145, 171, 191, 208 ff., 212, 219-20, 221, 22; Concerning the Literal Interpretation of Genesis, 265; Confessions, 191-92; De Trinitate, 208-09; Augustinian tradition, 162, 169, 210, 212
Aurelius, Marcus, 78
Bacon, Francis, 9
Barth, Karl, 15, 141, 145, 157
Baxter, Richard, 212, 221
Being, 166, 167, 192, 263
Belief, 68, 77, 78, 80, 81, 87, 168, 171, 179
Berdyaev, N., 7, 14, 15, 29
Berkeley, Bishop, 99, 175
Bernard of Clairvaux, 208-09
Blanshard, B., 146
Bonaventura, 145, 151, 208, 209, 221
Bosanquet, B., 146
Bradley, F. H., 120, 174, 192 n., 197 n., 248
Buber, M., 17
Bultmann, R., 7, 17
Calvin, J., 197 n., 211, 214, 217, 218, 221, 223 ff.
Camap, R., 121
Cartesian, 8
Cassirer, E., 239 n.
Christianity, 37, 52 n., 55-61, 71, 75, 90, 148-50, 152, 217, 235, 241, 244, 245, 251, 254, 258, 259, 262, 267; and philosophy, 134 ff.; medieval, 212, 225
Church, 69, 70-71, 72, 75, 135, 204, 220, 234
Community, 69, 72, 75, 229, 234, 236, 241 n., 243, 244, 247; religious, 70, 75, 188, 227, 234, 236, 245, 246-47, 254, 261
"Copernican Revolution," 7-8
Cosmological: argument, 210; approach to God, 165, 68-70, 210
Counter Reformation, 203, 206, 207
Darwin, Charles, 93 ff.; Darwinism, 95
Deism, 185, 250
Destiny, 192, 195; ultimate, 188, 196, 199, 200-01
Dewey, John, 92 ff., 174, 180, 200; Art as Experience, 102 n.; Experience and Nature, 104 ff.
Edwards, Jonathan, 197 n.
Eliot, T. S., 204, 205
Empiricism, 70, 97, 113, 144, 183; logical, 158; radical, 100
Enlightenment, the, 96, 150, 151, 177, 184-85, 186, 249, 255, 258, 260
Essence, 26, 33, 128, 130
Evil, problem of, 187
Evolution, theory of, 93 f., 265
Existence, x, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12-14, 29, 30, 33, 40, 44, 58, 60, 61, 91, 94, 104, 113, 117 ff., 120, 128-29, 131-32,

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