Karl Rahner (1904–1984) was on of the most important and influential Roman Catholic thinkers of the twentieth century. A major influence and the Second Vatican Council his extensive writings have inspired generations of modern students. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
The Unique Opening to Metaphysics as the Constitution of the Objective Openness of the World
The introductory interpretation of S.T. I, q. 84, a. 7, has already shown how Thomas himself saw that in asking about the conversion...
The Doctrine of Creation: Essays in Dogmatics, History and Philosophy
Bloomsbury T& Clark, 1997
...Arthur Koestler's book The Act of CreationArthur Koestler, The Act of Creation (London: Hutchinson, 1964). immediately became the centre of public controversy when it was published: highly acclaimed by some, and severely criticised...
...Aporias in the Concept of Culture
The world that human beings share has never been a natural world. It is nature as they have interpreted and shaped it and subjected it to their own service, but also as it limits and, in many instances...
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