Karl Rahner: Theology and Philosophy

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Index

a
Alston, W. 129
anonymous Christian, theory of 115-26
Anselm of Bec 130
apologetics 9, 12, 100, 105-14, 149
Aristotle 27
Arndt, S. 140

b
Balthasar, H. U. von 1, 116-19, 150
Barth, K. 1, 53
Burke, P. 132-3, 141

c
Carr, A. 49, 140
certainty 5, 101, 103-4
Christology 36, 98, 108-9, 149
Conway, E. 150
Coreth, E. 36, 38, 47, 132, 136

d
D'Costa, G. 120-1, 150, 151
de Lubac, H. 54, 63, 118
de Rosa, P. 132, 134
DiNoia, J. 121-3, 124, 133, 145, 152
Dych, W. 141

e
Eicher, P. 38, 134, 139, 146
Endean, P. 133, 134, 141
experience 70, 75, 81-2, 103, 123, 146 ;
pre-conceptual 3, 8, 10, 21, 60, 105 ;
universal 7, 10, 98, 105, 127 ;
see also transcendental experience
extrinsicism 54

f
Fabro, C. 134
Fichte, J. 14, 135
fideism 106
Fiorenza, F. 129, 149
First Vatican Council 9, 101-4
foundationalism: in interpretation of Rahner 9-11, 131-4 ;
in philosophy 2-6, 129 ;
in theology 6-9, 100-2
Foundations of Christian Faith33-4, 55-8, 60, 66, 71, 79-83, 110
Frege, G. 95, 136

g
Gilkey, L. 149, 150
gnoseological concupiscence 86, 88
grace 57, 59, 68, 77, 98, 117, 144, 145 ;
see also nature and grace

h
Healy, N. 133, 148, 149
Hearer of the Word11, 13, 21, 24, 31, 36-9, 49-54, 59-69, 73, 75, 94, 122, 135, 137, 138, 140, 143, 146
Hegel, G. 135
Heidegger, M. 14, 17, 18, 20, 22, 95, 134, 135
Honecker, M. 134
Husserl, E. 38

i
inclusivism 1, 116, 124, 152

k
Kant, I. 11, 14, 27, 32-8, 40-1, 87, 95, 117, 132, 135, 137, 138, 148
Kaufman, G. 132
Kenny, A. 15
Kerr, F. 144
Knassas, J. 134
Knoepffler, N. 138
Körner, S. 40-1, 44, 46, 139, 140
Kuhn, T. 93

l
Lindbeck, G. 78, 145, 149
Lonergan, B. 14, 36, 134

m
McCool, G. 131-2, 147
McDermott, J. 132
Macquarrie, J. 120
Mannermaa, T. 142
Maréchal, J. 14, 20, 27, 36, 95, 117

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Spirit in the World 13
  • 3 - Transcendental 32
  • 4 - Hearer of the Word and the Supernatural Existential 49
  • 5 - The Relation of Philosophy to Theology 70
  • 6 - Defending a Nonfoundationalist Rahner 100
  • 7 - The Theory of the Anonymous Christian 115
  • Conclusion 127
  • Notes 129
  • Bibliography 153
  • Index 159
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