A Very Brief History of Eternity

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Eternity
A Basic Bibliography

Almond, Philip C. Heaven and Hell in Enlightenment England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Ariès, Philippe. The Hour of Our Death, trans. Helen Weaver. New York: Knopf, 1981.

Audretsch, Jürgen, and Klaus Nagomi, eds. Zeit und Ewigkeit: Theologie und Naturwissenschaft im Gespräch. Karlsruhe: Evangelische Akademie Baden, 2001.

Baudry, Jules. Leproblème de I'origine et de I'éternité du monde dans la philosophie grecque de Platon à I'ère chrétienne. Paris: Sociète d'édition “Les Belles lettres,” 1931.

Beemelmans, Friedrich. Zeit und Ewigkeit nach Thomas von Aquino. Münster: Aschendorff, 1914.

Behler, Ernst. Die Ewigkeit der Welt: Problemgeschichtliche Untersuchun- gen zu den Kontroversen um Weltanfang und Weltunendlichkeit im Mittelalter. Munich: Schöningh, 1965.

Brabant, Frank Herbert. Time and Eternity in Christian Thought. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1937.

Caes, Charles C. Beyond Time: Ideas of the Great Philosophers on Eternal Existence and Immortality. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1985.

Camporesi, Piero. The Fear of Hell: Images of Damnation and Salvation in Early Modern Europe, trans. Lucinda Byatt. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1991.

Candel, Miguel. El nacimiento de la eternidad: Apuntes de filosofía antigua. Barcelona: Idea Books, 2002.

Canetti, Luigi. Frammenti di eternità: Corpi e reliquie tra antichità eMe- dioevo. Rome: Viella, 2002.

Chaunu, Pierre. La mémoire de I'éternité. Paris: R. Laffont, 1975.

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A Very Brief History of Eternity
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • I - Big Bang, Big Sleep, Big Problem 1
  • II - Eternity Conceived 28
  • III - Eternity Overflowing 67
  • IV - Eternity Reformed 100
  • V - From Eternity to Five-Year Plans 157
  • VI - Not Here, Not Now, Not Ever 220
  • Appendix - Common Conceptions of Eternity 229
  • Notes 233
  • Eternity a Basic Bibliography 255
  • Index 259
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