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Readership: Scholars and Students of the philosophy of Religion; of philosophical theology; of the work of Robert Spaemann
Holger Zaborowski, Assistant Professor, School of Philosophy, the Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.
"This book, like others in the Oxford Theological Monographs series, is structured clearly and with a helpful index and bibliography. It serves as an in-depth study of Spaemann, as well as a comprehensive introduction." - Nigel Zimmermann, Expository Times
1: Philosophy in a Time of Crisis
2: Conversation, Recollection, and the Search for Happiness: Spaemann's Notion of Philosophy
3: The Dailectic of Enlightenment: Spaemann's Critique of Modernity and its Dialectic
4: Society, Philosophy, and Religion: Spaemann and the Dialectic of Anti-Modernism
5: Nature, Freedom, and Persons: Spaemann's Philosophy of Selbstsein
6: Christianity, Philosophy, and the End of Modernity