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(p. 679) Index

(p. 679) Index

Footnotes are in bold subscript.
11 September 200147
Abraham32–4, 35, 136, 137, 348, 355, 356, 459, 537–8
Abrahamic religions144
absolute idealism89, 91, 96
absolute knowing514, 524, 525, 528
Absolute War367
activity449, 569
actuality and possibility28, 32
Adorno, T. W.140, 141, 228, 421, 429, 430, 431, 432, 675, 675n2
Aesthetic Theory430, 431
aesthetics66, 75, 419, 420–22, 432
judgement430
Kant on421, 423, 424, 427, 428–9, 432
afterlife186, 197, 201n11
Agamben, G.7, 256, 264, 267, 327, 328, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340
agape234, 241, 243, 244, 372
agency95, 98, 161, 172, 215
of God472 see also human agencies
agnosticism656
alterity594
Althusius, J.259, 272
America150, 155, 410, 644
Americanism381, 384, 413
Améry, J.447, 448
analogical senses545, 548
anarcho-capitalism261
Anders, G.458
animals403–4, 409, 415, 412, 413, 415, 422, 536, 574, 624
welfare movement409, 410, 657
Anrich, E.484, 485, 486, 487
Anselm, St341, 349, 480, 489, 554, 634, 644
anthropocentric theologies602, 633, 637, 638, 657, 662
anthropology44, 56, 74, 90, 91, 92, 97, 156, 235, 246, 261, 274, 346, 351, 352, 469, 525, 630, 640, 652, 678
anti-Christians196
anti-theodicy camp218
apologetics658
appropriation, process of21, 26, 32
Aquinas, St Thomas25, 26, 27, 31, 150, 162, 237–8, 239, 278, 339, 340, 341, 482, 487–8, 545, 554, 625, 627, 628, 634
Arcadia257, 260, 261, 262
Arendt, H.141, 142, 1, 37, 73, 214, 220, 223, 224, 228, 316, 443
Aristotle19, 20–8, 31, 34, 36, 142, 165, 166, 234, 236–9, 258, 259, 264, 271, 272, 337, 381, 480, 478, 389, 482, 484, 485, 489, 545, 546, 552, 555, 615
Arndt, E. M.304, 306, 316
art179, 429, 432, 621
and religion430–1
arts and crafts movement159
atheism332, 333, 334–5, 336, 339, 375, 525, 594, 656
atheistic humanism91–2
atonement63–4, 633–54
doctrine640–1
in Europe634
modern theories647, 651–2
moral theory of645
subjective accounts650
Auden, W. H.626
Augustine, St25, 34, 173, 235, 236, 237, 238, 253–8, 257, 258, 265, 271, 274, 281, 293, 317, 340, 341, 349, 370, 445, 480, 482, 554, 618, 644, 660, 663
(p. 680) Confessions25, 235–6, 361, 444
Aulén, G.651
Christus Victor650
Badiou, A.29, 30, 106, 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 338, 550
Bainton, R.371
Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace370
Barth, K.31, 84, 98, 99, 121, 137, 165, 166, 187, 188, 209, 217, 246, 264, 268, 270, 279, 465, 580–3, 585, 628, 634, 648
Church Dogmatics91, 245, 281, 603, 649
Epistle to the Romans, The580, 582, 602
Bataille, G.357
Baudelaire, C. P.623
Bauman, Z.5, 228
Baur, F. C.493, 494, 495
beauty421, 422, 423, 424, 426–7, 432, 620
Beauvoir, S. de83, 84, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 101, 139, 140
Beckett, S.185, 188, 432
being331, 332, 333, 335, 338, 378–9, 380, 381–2, 384, 386, 388, 389, 390, 391, 469, 544, 549, 552, 557, 559–60
devaluation of547, 548
doubling of544, 561
evacuation of550
forgetfulness of560
good548
intelligible556–7
meaning of593
and modern metaphysics543
overdeterminacy558–9, 561
plurivocity of544, 545, 546, 560
pre-understanding of511
senses of545
voiding of558, 560, 561
being-for-self94, 95
being-in-self94, 95
being-in-the-world204, 209, 378, 383, 393, 511, 594
Bell, D.2–3
Coming of Post-Industrial Society, The2–3
Benedict XVI, Pope see Ratzinger, J.
Benjamin, W.182, 183, 216, 260, 315, 316, 431, 452, 453, 606
Bentham, J409, 410
Berdyaev, N.467
Bergman, I.185, 128
Bergson, H.607
Creative Evolution607
Berlin:74, 76–7
and Schleiermacher66–70, 75–6, 77
University of483, 485, 490
urban70–1, 74–5, 76
Bernstein, R.213, 381n8, 419, 420, 421, 422, 432
Bible194, 233–4, 240, 278, 284, 353, 569–87, 649
Books of
Genesis12537, 355–6, 537
Deuteronomy258
I Samuel258
Job172, 215, 400
Proverbs655
Isaiah308, 400, 409, 411
Romans20, 568, 581
I Corinthians209
in Christian worship567–8
historical criticism589
interpretation568, 570, 571, 572, 573–4, 582, 585, 586
as literature11, 578
reading the572, 578, 584
scholarly study of575, 580, 587, 658
stories492
translations of568
understanding of581–2, 585
Bildung70, 71, 72, 74
Blair, H.662, 662n2
Blanchot, M.327, 328
Bloch, E.208, 260, 268, 315, 605–6, 608
Blondel, M.26, 27, 286–7, 290, 294, 296, 627
Blount, C.638, 639, 644, 645
Bobbitt, P.363, 363n2, 372
Bodin, J.259
Boeve, L.292, 293
Boff, L.606
Bonhoeffer, D.44, 45, 46, 50, 91, 609
Bouchard, L.220
Bowie, A.501n2, 503, 572
(p. 681) Broadie, A.659
Britain155–6, 619, 629, 638
Agricultural Revolution403
imperialism660, 665
providence666
romantic views of labour157
Brown, J. C.647
Brunner, E.279, 602, 603
Buber, M.260, 603
Bultmann, R.139, 495, 568, 574, 582, 583, 584, 585, 586, 602, 603, 604
Burke, E.406, 407
Bushnell, H.644, 645, 648
Butler, Joseph195
Butler, J.13, 14, 101, 120
Calvin, J.655, 657
Calvinism644
Cambridge Platonists152
Candler, P.278
Cano, M.278, 279, 296
canonical texts500, 505
Canovan, M.45
capitalism3, 149, 157, 264, 271–2, 329, 677
and labour162
liberal269
late-capitalism
Marx156
modern152, 153
nineteenth-century158
and religion524
Caritas235
Carlyle, T.154, 157, 158
Carson, R.412
Cartesianism86, 87, 89, 91, 94, 95–6, 97, 118, 122, 40, 404, 415–16, 468, 523, 593
categories556, 557, 572–3, 574, 580, 584, 593–4
Catholic Church160, 655
Catholic Counter-Reformers277–8
Catholic Social Teaching273–4
Catholicism26, 137, 154, 160–1, 281–2
theology285, 293, 464
tradition281
Catholics368, 652
Cavanaugh, W.274, 367, 368, 369, 369n6
Chalcedonian Definition589, 595–6, 598, 604–5
terminology605
Chalmers, T.667
Channing, W. E.644
Chauvet, L.-M.628
Chenu, D. M.-D.164, 627
Christ see Jesus Christ
Christendom41, 258, 362, 367, 372, 460
attack on54–5
Christian Democrat parties274
Christian doctrines131, 482, 596, 597, 640, 648
Christian faith483, 495, 601, 608
Christian God85, 93
goodness of349
as wholly other84, 85, 91, 94
Christian gospels166
Christian life28, 34, 41
Christian socialists159–60
England65–6
thought161–2
Christian theology2, 19–20, 90, 91, 97, 169, 188, 195, 217, 235, 437, 480–1, 633, 646–7
centrality of love250
challenge to131
Feuerbach on92, 134
and nationalism50
non-dualism341
and Other84
and theoretical contradiction99
tradition277
Christianity9, 27, 34, 50, 65, 86, 91–2, 99, 130, 135, 154, 194, 266, 267, 302, 313, 331–4, 357, 465–6, 480, 488, 495, 525, 545, 572, 577, 589, 592, 603, 640
absoluteness of493–4, 590
into Christendom54–5
historicism493
identity28
and nationalism50, 54
and social ethics65
and speech about God123
Christology177, 245, 277, 371, 492, 590, 595, 596–7, 598, 603, 606, 608
ethical596, 601
Hegel599
kenotic599–600
Church27–8, 73, 160, 259, 294, 570, 659
authority280
(p. 682) and doctrines487, 570
and fidelity50
governance488
and nation/state267–8, 311
sacraments628
and theology489
Church of England165, 282
Anglo-Catholic wing626
Church of Scotland568, 657, 660, 661
cities, modern61–2, 78
alienation in63–5
and future70
participation in65
Schleiermacher on66–70, 77–8
social life12, 67, 74, 75
time70
cinema185
city of God663
civic patriotism45, 46–7
Clarke, S.657
classification574–5
Clausewitz, C. von363, 364, 366, 367
Cockaigne260–1
cogito86, 95, 97, 122, 510, 516
cognition528–9, 652–3
Coleridge, S. T.617, 618
Collins, A.194
commerce and Christianity669
common ownership150, 151
communion351–2
with God271
communism269, 321, 384
compassion180
concept/ual thinking568, 569, 570, 591
Congar, Y.287, 291, 292, 627
consciousness134, 524, 526, 530, 534
human593
subjective405 see also self-consciousness
constitutional patriotism44–5
Copernicanism552, 590
cosmopolitan world order663
Council of Trent277, 278, 279, 281, 286
Counter-Reformation347
Crane, H.625, 626
creation106, 111, 121, 162–3, 165, 186, 188, 211, 339, 340
and Job172
creationism403
creativity, human471–2
creator169, 175, 187, 215, 221
role of God 659
creatures341
naked before God469
crucifixion647
crusades370, 370n7
cultural identity42, 48, 54
culture152, 220–1, 233, 247, 349
modern468
and nature473
technology462, 468
Cupititas235
Cupitt, D122, 123, 197n8
Darwin, C. R.620, 641
de Beauvoir, S see Beauvoir, S. de24, 25, 26
De Lubac, H.26, 27, 34, 260, 268, 287, 627
death186, 194n2, 198, 199–200, 203, 203n13, 204, 207–8, 211
consciousness of195
Dostoevsky on201, 202, 203
figure of203
human existence443, 444, 445
own207, 384
and religion193
Tolstoy200–1
and time208
death drive223, 224
decision30, 33, 34, 449
Dei Verbum279, 280–1, 287, 288, 289, 291
deism/deists132, 194, 402, 638, 644, 645, 655, 656, 657, 658, 659, 661, 668
Deleuze, G.3, 13, 14, 66, 87, 90, 544n1, 559
demythologization568, 585, 607
Derrida, J.117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 124, 256, 356, 451, 532, 594, 609
Descartes, R.12, 86, 87, 89, 91, 97, 239, 403, 403, 484, 512, 523, 548, 553
desire13, 96, 472
and body14
Hegel on14
Kant on12–13
Schleiermacher on13
mimetic desire353
despair30, 34, 84, 206, 214, 380, 449, 450, 592
Deus Caritus Est (Benedict XVI)248–9
dialectics77, 87
Hegel87–8, 91, 98, 101–102, 557, 559
master-slave93, 97, 101–102, 140, 354, 537
negative141
theology496, 602, 603
trans-dialectical metaphysics558–9, 560
difficult freedom435–7
Dilthey, W.508, 509, 510, 513, 516, 530
discrimination143, 371
distribution of wealth154
divine love245, 246
divine-human unity599
divinization54, 240, 651
division of labour151, 158–9, 267
doctrines296, 576, 580, 593, 598
reading of Bible571 see also Christian doctrines
dogmatics75–6, 552
Dorner, I.600
Dostoevsky, F.174–5, 177, 178, 182, 183, 185, 200, 201, 202, 203, 208, 218, 219, 341, 353, 602
Brothers Karamazov218–9
Idiot, The201–2
doxology50
dreams620
dualisms3–4, 24, 25, 27, 112, 120–1, 175, 245, 286–7, 328, 329, 339, 405, 555, 591, 593, 652
body and mind12, 20, 23, 86, 403, 404
Ellul on465
freedom and nature20
scripture-tradition279
self and the other99–100
technical and spiritual endeavours460
Duns Scotus, J.257, 377
Durkheim, É.351, 353, 357, 641
Earth413, 414, 415
ecclesiology51, 257–8
ecology412, 413, 415
economics592, 667, 669–70
laissez-faire economics152, 264
economy666
ecosystem412
ecstasis444–6
Edwards, J.620
Eichmann, A.223, 224
eidetic reduction526–7
Eisenstadt, S. N.4, 5, 6
641
Eliot, T. S.626
Ellul, J.463, 464, 465, 472
Emerson, R. W.410, 411, 412
empiricism22, 523, 549
Engels, F.153, 155, 260
English Pluralists273
Enlightenment11, 12, 13, 127, 133, 137, 140, 142, 154, 171, 239, 240, 241, 348, 405, 407, 408, 416, 436, 442, 515, 525, 589, 590, 591, 597, 606, 610, 615, 638, 658, 660, 663, 665
environmental movemment412, 413
epistemic ecumenism530
epistemology486, 510, 511, 518, 520, 535, 540, 659
equivocity547, 548, 551, 545, 553, 555, 560
of religious549–50
erotic love243, 245
eschatology53, 165, 166, 182, 183, 186, 266, 270, 274, 311, 314, 317, 318, 319, 372, 597, 608, 658, 659
kingdom313, 314
ethical life see Sittlichkeit
ethics20, 21, 24, 27, 32, 33, 66, 130, 136, 240, 337, 338, 356, 440, 442, 447–8, 485, 486, 487, 535, 536
and infinity435, 450, 451
of memory442, 447, 448
transcendence452
of war362
Europe149, 154, 160, 161, 181, 211, 214, 249, 274, 301, 362, 363, 368, 370, 523, 595, 660, 663
decline of religious practice6
Eusebius255
evil171, 187–8, 213–15, 218, 220, 224, 349, 393, 558, 633, 660
banality of223–4, 448
doers221, 224
Kant on221–2, 554
linguistic structure229
mankind173
ontological status of224–6
evolution607
existentialism34–5, 90, 137–8, 139, 540, 593, 594
Christ603, 604
Christianity607
French88, 90–1, 96, 544
Kierkegaard592
philosophy584, 603
experience509, 524, 529, 534, 535, 538, 553, 590, 653
human523, 590
languages526
explanation510, 516–17
faith162–3, 172, 174, 181, 187, 218, 278, 356, 481, 488, 492, 495, 538, 590, 603, 659
authority of280
Christ of589
crisis of377
Kierkegaard on27, 31, 33, 34, 136, 139
and love435–6
Luther on32
and praxis606
temporality of449
Faith in the City (Church of England)66
feminism14, 89, 92, 120, 647
feminists97, 101, 143
Fénelon, F.23
Feuerbach, L.92, 93, 97, 134, 135, 195, 196, 197, 199, 207, 241, 439n2, 525, 591, 592, 602, 633, 640, 641, 650, 651, 653
Fichte, J. G.110, 111, 129, 130, 134, 143, 305, 306, 311, 326, 484, 485, 486, 487, 493, 525
Speeches to the German Nation306
Fiddes, P.85, 91, 651
fidelity29–30
and Abraham33
and Church50
finitude329, 331, 334, 379, 380, 439, 440, 459, 460, 472, 519, 604
and transcendence465, 471
Finlan, S.646, 647
First Vatican Council285, 286
First World War137, 181, 203–4, 315, 317, 370, 377, 378, 464, 496, 602
Florovsky, G.294
Foucault, M.256, 260, 336, 363, 364
France153, 159, 320, 368
political thought155
role of women133
Traditionalists289–90
university486
utopian socialists154
worker-priests164
Francke, A. H.641, 643–4, 647, 652
Autobiography636–7
Frankenstein (Shelley)221
free market economics151, 160
free sociality73, 74, 75–6
free trade666–70
freedom10, 22–3, 26, 127, 128, 132–3, 140, 141–3, 144, 177, 194, 266, 349, 590
Badiou29, 30
and cities72, 77
human134, 178, 349, 423, 435
interior139–40
Kierkegaard on27, 28, 29, 33
nature20
second nature35
as social concept141
of thought263
French Hegelianism87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 101, 102
French Revolution195, 262, 347, 349, 354, 483
Freud, S.14, 137, 220, 222–3, 224, 242, 243, 260, 352, 353, 354, 633–4, 640–3
Civilization and its Discontents642
Future of an Illusion, The136
Moses and Montheism136–7
Friedman, M.669, 670
Friedman, R.669, 670
fusion of horizons515
Gadamer, H.-G.117, 284, 295, 296, 500, 501n3, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 528, 529, 530, 531, 532, 533, 536, 570
Gaia hypothesis414
Gallie, W. B.362, 363, 364, 365, 365n5, 366, 367
Gelasius I, Pope258, 267
gender13–14, 101, 120, 143
(p. 685) identity98
inclusive144
justice99
genres505, 577, 581, 582
George, Cardinal F.294, 295
Germany/German Reich67, 78, 132, 141, 142, 303, 311, 368, 382, 448, 618
anti-Semitism577
idealism91, 152, 153, 155, 188, 204, 354, 392, 420, 492
liberalism574
messianism315
National Socialism181, 310, 313, 318, 320
nationalism304–5, 309–10, 311–12
Romanticism86, 282, 304, 307, 492
university481, 492
gift (theology)33, 36, 351
God-given20, 22, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, 234, 238, 245, 248, 537–8, 539, 610
of grace26, 32
loss of31
repetition of33
theories of351
Girard, R.345, 352, 353, 354, 610, 645
Battling to the End353
globalization5, 6, 149, 249
God27, 50, 90, 98, 100, 120, 122, 129–30, 131, 159–60, 163–4, 172, 177, 179, 182, 183, 187, 216, 217–18, 320, 326, 329, 334, 414–15, 471, 527, 533, 553, 554, 574, 595, 640, 657, 671
Being114
concept of659
as creator6
is dead180, 327–8
desire for26
gift30, 234
human beings121, 603, 638
immanence96–7, 341, 557, 560
infinite196
interventionist132
knowledge of26–7, 98, 656
and language106
love640–1
and nation54
and nature215, 239–40, 255, 269, 400
and Other83, 85, 87, 132
personal56
projection93, 98, 134, 136, 138
question of523, 540
relationship with19–20, 21, 24, 31, 132, 183, 234, 237, 239, 596, 603
resistance to30
simplicity of114, 115
transcendence111, 120–1, 122, 136, 144, 242, 319, 334, 438, 557
universe255
for women93, 98, 101
wholly other96–7, 100, 112
Word of113
works163, 167
God-consciousness597–8
God’s story84
gods375
gods of geometry548, 550, 554, 560
Goebbels, J.311, 312, 314
good life20, 21, 24, 25, 27, 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 467
good order269
Goodenough, U.413, 415
goodness421, 422, 432
grace22–7, 31–4, 122, 167, 429, 465, 658
grammar122, 571, 572
Grand Inquisitor178
Greek21, 73, 75, 87, 165, 179, 215, 233, 234, 266, 277, 282, 294, 380, 385, 501, 577, 618
images for the gods616
and love244
and religion193
Greek Bible568
Greek tragedy179
guilt245
Griselmann, J. R.279
Grotius, H.362, 365
guilt643–4, 646
Freud on641–3
Gutiérrez, G.162, 606
Habermas, J.44, 45, 47, 48, 421, 422
habit23
acquisition of22, 23
contrasting evaluations35
and human consciousness22
(p. 686) Kant on27
Kierkegaard on27
and love34
Ravaisson on19–21, 22, 24, 25
religious significance of23
threat to human freedom34
Hamann, J. G.105, 109, 305
happiness554–5, 643, 658, 663
Harnack, A. von596, 597
Hebrew Bible187, 302–3, 568
Hebrew scriptures215, 234, 400
Hegel, G. W. F.7, 14, 19, 20, 27, 32, 35, 36, 46, 54, 62, 63, 67, 70, 75, 77, 83–102, 112, 121, 123, 129–40, 156, 173–5, 181, 187, 195, 198, 240, 256, 262, 266–70, 274, 281, 306, 308, 309, 315, 327, 354–6, 420, 438, 446, 486, 490, 492, 523–8, 534, 543, 544, 550, 555–60, 568, 569, 586, 591, 592, 598, 616, 664, 670, 671
Philosophy of Mind35–6
Philosophy of Right19, 20, 131, 306, 308, 570
Phenomenology of Spirit77, 86–7, 90, 93, 112, 195, 524, 569, 586
Science of Logic556, 557
Hegelianism591–2, 599
Heidegger, M.78, 90, 114, 137, 205, 206, 207, 209, 210, 211, 317, 320, 332, 375, 376, 376n2, 377, 377n3, 382–5, 385n15, 386–94, 440n3, 442, 445, 458, 461, 463, 466, 469–71, 500, 510–15, 526, 528, 534, 535, 538, 554, 559, 560, 593, 594, 603–9, 604, 605, 609, 628, 629
Being and Time29, 113, 138, 200, 203, 204, 208, 318, 319, 378, 379, 380–81, 383, 441, 545
Question Concerning Technology, The469, 470
Herder, J. G.110, 305, 313
heresies277, 286, 528, 627
Hermann, W.596
hermeneutics77, 91, 114, 116, 117, 283–5, 295, 296, 358, 500n1, 501, 515, 520, 532, 570
hermeneutic circle504, 505, 512, 513, 518, 520, 528–9
concepts507
as critical discipline515, 516
Dilthey on508, 509, 510
of hope519
Gadamer on511–12
of love249
modern502, 518
philosophical499–500, 501, 502–3, 511, 514, 518, 530
Ricoeur on515–16, 517
Scleiermacher on568, 570
of suspicion242–3
tradition519
universal504, 510 see also interpretation; phenomenology
High Church Anglicans282
Himmler, H.313, 314
history155, 182, 184, 208, 262, 267, 268, 303, 316, 355, 447, 485, 579
and dogma296, 480–1
Hegel on598, 664
human442, 446, 457, 459, 509
immanence452
and time435, 441–2
and tradition281, 282, 295
universal509, 607
Hitler, A.312, 313, 314, 315, 319, 382, 383, 384, 385, 385–6, 386
Hobbes, T.256, 262–8
Hobsbawn, E.48, 49, 50
Holbein, H.203
Hölderlin, F.307, 308, 318, 319, 390, 617–19
Holocaust, the8, 169, 182, 183, 187, 218, 219, 229, 337, 354, 448, 609
and evil227–8
and language228
Holy Roman Empire258, 266
Holy Spirit281, 292, 598, 616, 651, 652
Hooker, R.282
hope208–9, 209n15, 210, 449
Hopkins, G. M.409, 622–3
Horkheimer, M.181–3
Howard, J.361, 362, 363
Hubert, H.352, 354
Hueglin, T.272, 472
human actions220, 222, 268, 376, 384, 412, 472, 473, 508–9, 515, 518, 519, 528
human agencies161, 220, 248, 471 see also agency
human autonomy132, 606
(p. 687) human beings26–7, 140, 141, 177, 188, 208, 233, 379, 385, 405, 415–16, 423, 425, 443, 463, 469, 471, 590
beauty422, 427
and death200
duty422
economics592
forgetting442–3
and God236–7, 592
individuality of507
Kierkegaard on592
finite196
and love237, 238, 247–8
and nature424
remembering442–3
and signs111
human emancipation127
human existence436–7, 443, 472, 512, 592
birth443, 445, 584
questions about5
human freedom28, 34, 138
human knowledge540
human life20, 388, 394, 400, 411, 414, 443, 509, 536
human love238–9, 240–1, 243, 245, 246
and God240–1
relationships246
human nature240, 271, 302, 404–5, 408, 639
human sciences508–9, 510
human self-determination447
human soul25, 411
human struggle90
human temporality440–5
humanism90
atheistic91–2
secular371
humanity72, 136, 164, 221
future of154
and God121
and knowledge135–6
Hume, D.215, 327, 402, 403, 404, 405, 415, 551, 552, 666, 667
Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion656
humour185
Husserl, E.118, 377, 378, 500, 516, 523–38, 593
Hutcheson, F.404, 657, 659
Hyppolite, J.14, 87, 90
Iamlichus345, 347
idealism131, 175, 559, 560
Fichte on129–30
German91
Hegel on89–90, 591
modern561
and signs109
identities46, 98, 294, 460
authentic51, 53, 55–6
formation55
human56
national48, 52
of religions590
thinking141
ideology157, 310, 519
idolatry44, 165, 167, 182–3, 270, 471
The Imitation of Christ200
immanence546, 549, 558
finite547
of thought557
immanence vs. transcendence435, 438, 452, 469, 549
immortality196, 197, 197, 198, 208–9, 432, 590, 657
Christian position199–200
doctrine of195
of religion196, 196n6
of human souls198
imperialism660–6, 670
Impressionists621, 622
incarnation589, 590, 594, 596, 626
and Christ600, 601, 602, 603, 609
doctrine608, 610, 616
in modernity595
necessity of599
political interpretation of605
India661, 665
individualism51, 52, 55–6, 57, 58, 209
and evil220
human223
and suffering174–5
with cosmic life198
industrial capitalism5, 154
industrial revolutions149
infant baptism28
infinite597, 604
infinitude440
(p. 688) intelligence22–3
intentionality see inverted intentionality
internationalism-psychologism504, 508
interpretation124, 503, 504–5, 508, 513–14, 515, 517, 518, 520, 528, 529, 533, 534, 540, 569, 585
central role of phronēsis511
conflict533
and fallibility514
grammatical side504, 505–6
history of578
mediated530
ontology of510
as poetic enterprise516
recovery531
technical-psychological505, 507
interpreters503n6, 504, 510, 514, 517, 518, 530, 531, 533, 534, 571, 577, 578, 579, 580, 592
intersubjectivity527
Introduction to Hegel (Kojève)90
inverted intentionality534, 535, 536, 537–8, 540, 593 see also interpretations
invisible hand666–7, 668–9
Ionesco, E.184, 185
Iraq43
Irigaray, L.92, 93, 94, 98, 101, 144
Islam321, 590
Israel187, 234
Jacobi, F. H.326
Jansenists349
Jantzen, G.120
Japan457–8
Jaspers, K.383n12, 594
Jesus Christ91, 95, 113, 132, 161, 166, 178, 188, 235, 239, 240, 258, 270, 279–80, 302, 318, 325–6, 338, 341, 372, 492, 585, 590–1, 595–7, 601–2, 606, 607–8, 650
cross139, 180, 186, 332, 372, 598, 608, 635, 644
crucifixion169–70, 608
death of137, 187, 188, 347, 600–1
disciples33, 605
forgiveness of sins637
God633, 671
God-consciousness597–8, 648
of history589, 604
life of573, 575–6, 604–5, 606, 626
and love244, 245
ministry of597, 602, 606, 607
resurrection of182, 184, 186, 203, 218, 303, 602, 608
and sinners644
as Son of God610
teaching130, 646, 656, 658
victory of650
Jesus’ Jewishness576–7, 577n3
Jewish century7–8
and Marxism8
Jewish people, in Berlin71
Jewish messianism182, 315
Jewish Studies8
Jewish women73
Jews130, 135, 141, 312, 315, 400, 442, 537
and Renan576–7
vision316, 317
John 1:1–14, 4:24304
John Paul II, Pope160–1
Jones, D.626
Jowett, B.577–80
Joyce, J.624, 625
Judaism8, 99, 130, 135, 235, 302, 321, 347–8, 432, 590, 616, 660
Wisdom tradition166
Judeo-Christianity53, 127, 136, 196, 308, 312
judgement644
just war370–1
justice218–19, 265, 371
justification by faith634
Kahn, P.364, 367, 372
Kant, I.27, 34, 73, 88, 89, 96, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 118, 122, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 136, 137, 138, 142, 143, 172–78, 180, 188, 195, 218, 220, 221–2, 224, 240, 259, 281, 326, 356, 364, 365, 370, 371, 420–36, 468, 480–1, 495, 513, 525, 526, 543, 550–7, 590, 591–7, 606, 628, 662, 663, 665
Conflict of the Faculties, The33, 484
Critique of Judgement420–4, 428–9, 553
Critique of Practical Reason13, 590
Critique of Pure Reason12, 424, 529, 553, 554, 590
(p. 689) Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals422, 423, 553
Perpetual Peace364, 365, 366, 370, 371
Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone130, 221–2, 590, 595
Kaplan, G.281
Kateb, G.46, 52, 55
Kedourie, E.44, 45
Keegan, J.361
kerygma604
Kierkegaard, S.20, 25, 27–35, 41, 54, 55, 56, 58, 107, 111, 116, 122, 135, 136, 137, 173, 174, 176, 177, 181, 188, 207, 209, 243, 245, 246, 319, 355, 380, 438, 439, 442–6, 449–51, 465, 469, 496, 537, 584, 601, 603, 604
‘At a Graveside’199, 200, 444
Concept of Anxiety, The449
Concluding Unscientific Postscript28, 198, 443, 592
Fear and Trembling32, 33, 34, 136, 346, 537
Philosophical Fragments28, 135–6
knowledge (scientia)422, 479, 482, 484, 486, 494, 506, 508–9, 523–4, 528, 590, 659
of agency508
and being556
circle of513
critical exegesis492
mediated515
theories510
true513
universal485, 489, 524, 550
knowledge of God26
Kofman, S.227
Kojève, A.7, 14, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 99, 100, 101, 195, 327
Kraus, K.316, 317
Kűng, H.293, 294, 599
Kunstlehre507
labour149, 151–3, 158, 160–1, 163, 385
and capitalism162
and cooperation155
human153, 162–3, 164–5, 166
idolatry of165–6
manual154, 161
organization of152
pre-modern models of154
problem of161
role of385
romantic views of157
theory of150–1, 152, 156
source of value151
and theology159
Lacan, J.14, 119, 120, 326, 327, 334
language105, 107–9, 115, 117, 122, 295, 305, 326–7, 336, 337, 392, 485, 505, 507, 511, 513, 515, 516, 518, 526, 568, 572
and ambiguity594
Badiou on106
death of God121, 123
as disclosure of Being114
differences110
of good and evil226
Hegel on113
interpretation of124, 503
Milbank on106
objective dimensions of502–3
origins of109, 111
and other/otherness106, 119
religious123
and sufficient reason108, 109
trace of118–19
Last Judgment177, 306
Latin577
Latin America161, 162, 162, 606
Latour, B.3, 4, 676
law, rule of364
of nature177, 424
law court635
Le Doeuff, M.96, 100, 101
leadership386, 387
Lefebrve, Archbishop M.289–90
Leibniz, G.24, 69, 107, 108, 170, 171, 174, 178, 187, 215, 216, 664
Theodicy170
Leopold, A.412, 413
Lérins, Vincent of277, 281, 287–9, 290, 291
Lessing, G. E.595
Levi, P.228, 337
Lévinas, E.8, 83, 84, 85, 88, 94, 98, 99, 119, 183, 188, 207, 208, 209, 219, 356, 447, 448, 534, 535, 536, 537, 538, 539, 594, 609
liberal theology585
liberalism386
liberation134, 149, 162
and Jesus606
liberation theology7, 161, 162, 268, 606
life:
and cosmic198
future195
human value on178–9
personal174
religious life, practices586
right to162
suffering in everyday180
Life of Jesus (Renan)575, 576
Life of Jesus (Strauss)490–1, 492, 573, 581, 583
linguistics106, 117, 118, 119, 121, 234, 294–5, 503, 507n9
God115, 122
Lisbon earthquakes216
literary modernism7
literature10, 11
liturgy291, 295, 625
mystery628
Lloyd, G.663
Locke, J.107–8, 142, 150, 151
logic487, 500, 556, 557
logos124, 173, 174, 257, 305, 334, 534, 556, 594, 595, 596, 600, 603
Lombard, P.325
Look536–7
Lossky, V.288, 289
love25, 27, 33, 34, 94, 178, 181, 210, 235, 237, 239, 240–2, 249, 438, 450, 451
Beauvoir on94–5
Biblical233–4
in Christian tradition233–4, 244, 245–6
failed96
and God234–5, 236, 244, 245, 246–8
Hegel on92
of neighbour56–7, 242
passionate preference56, 57
practice by Church248–9
relationships249, 250
social249
temporality449
theologies234
love drive223
Lovelock, J.414, 415
Luther, M.25, 31, 32, 34, 128, 129, 132, 136, 137, 139, 176, 180, 238, 239, 244, 356, 377, 388, 392, 584, 615, 634, 652, 657, 658
Lyotard, J.-F.2, 3, 428, 594
Condition postmodern, Rapport sur la savoir, La 2 machine63–4, 414
MacIntyre, A.7, 283, 284, 296
Macpherson, C. B.264, 353
Macquarrie, J.605
magic402, 620
magisterium285, 286, 291–2, 293, 488
Maistre, J. de349, 350, 351, 353, 354, 357
Malthus, T.152
man90, 135, 138, 357, 377, 378, 388
and God132, 134–5, 137, 144
modern man585
and moral imperatives138
and nature409
as sinners141
Marcuse, H.462
Margalit, A.443
Marion, J.-L.538, 539, 561, 610
Maritain, J.12, 259, 273–4
Martensen, H. L.27, 28
Marx, K.62, 63, 86, 90, 92, 135, 140, 141, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 242, 266, 268, 439n2, 524, 525, 591, 592, 606, 641
Marxism7, 92, 149, 160, 162, 163, 165, 167, 181, 184, 260, 264, 312, 315, 320, 381, 605, 606
mass atrocities442
materialism326
mathematics106, 579
matter327
Mauss, M.351, 352, 354
medieval artisan158–9
memory49, 447
Merleau-Ponty, M.23, 551, 559, 594
Messiah183, 184, 301, 302, 303, 308, 316, 388, 393
messianism119, 183, 260, 301, 302, 303–4, 306, 339, 394
Germany315, 320
metaphyical totality422
metaphysics87, 93–4, 175, 187, 257, 294, 304, 310, 318, 319, 329, 333, 388, 437, 439, 460, 485, 487, 549, 550, 558, 590, 596, 653, 678
demise of God610
end of558
God without history348
in modernity543, 544, 545, 546, 551, 555
of morals554
post-dialectic558
pre-modern546–7
trans-dialectical metaphysics559–60
Methodism636
Metz, J. B.605, 606
Middle Ages547, 615, 646
Milbank, J.106, 123, 257, 261, 278, 295, 296, 427, 428, 429, 610
millennium260, 261
Milman, H. H.485
mind509, 536, 591, 642
in time445
minimum standard of living155
modern socialism160
modernity1–6, 10–11, 127, 131, 136, 166–7, 214, 220, 236–7, 255–6, 286, 292, 293, 303, 381, 420, 421, 428, 431, 442, 46, 452, 469, 528, 540, 544, 549, 555, 675–6, 677
historical time43
Kant on551
labour in164
limits of6
and love233, 243
new answers483
secular420
Moltmann, J.182, 183, 187, 217, 218, 269, 599, 605
Crucified God, The217, 608
monarchy267
absolute258
monotheism269–70, 333, 334, 347, 400, 527
Montag, J.278
moral disorder25
moral evil169, 173, 225, 447
law555
perfection595
virtue554
will178
morality194, 218, 222, 226, 227, 408, 409–10, 553
and faith172
imperatives138
and religion76
secular408
morals422
More, T.262
Morris, W.158, 159
Mossner, E. C.656
Mother Earth401
Muir, J.411, 412
multiculturalism3
multiple modernities4, 5
multiple of multiples330–1
murder353
mysticism435
Christian235
Jewish260
medieval237
myth584
Naess, A.413
Nancy, L.327, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336
Napoleon363, 483
Napoleonic Wars304, 367
Narrative3, 14, 41, 49, 51–2, 54, 58, 86–7, 91, 96, 108, 112, 119, 123, 293, 304, 431, 445, 460–1, 464–5, 467–9, 473, 559, 594, 663
nation-states258, 266, 362, 363, 367, 369
of Europe364
and peace365–6
secular368
National Socialism376, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387
nationalism49, 50, 54, 57–8
constitutional patriotism44–5
cultural invention51
and destiny53
growth of48
history52
pre-nationalist societies47
and patriotism45, 47
and religion49, 58
socio-political forces43
theology41, 50, 51, 54
nations41, 44, 56
as act of imagination48
and destiny54
(p. 692) modern invention47, 48–9
and states43
story of51
native Americans664, 664n3
natural laws158, 161, 261, 469
natural sciences6, 508, 530–1, 579, 589
practices586
natural theology553, 658, 668
natural world173, 400, 401–2, 410, 411, 413–14, 416, 620
naturalism25, 26, 27, 157, 160, 399–401, 402, 525, 573, 666
Nietzsche on408, 409
conception410–11, 412, 415
and humanity404, 406, 415
and mirror of habit23–4
religious413–15
and second nature22–3
and society406
nature424, 469
and culture473
time of445
Nazism319, 376, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 390, 392, 605
and nuclear weapons457
negation472
Neiman, S.220
neo-Kantianism88, 89, 96, 593, 597
neo-Thomism121, 627
Netherlands273
new atheists585
New Testament166, 234, 235, 280, 288, 308, 466, 487, 572, 585, 604, 606, 642, 650, 664
mythological cosmology583, 584
scholarship597
Newman, J. H.282, 287, 296, 481, 485, 486
Newtonian science638
Nicene Creed589
Niebuhr, R.371
Nietsche, F.122, 124, 178, 179, 180, 184, 197, 227, 228, 229, 242, 243, 326, 328, 332, 333, 345, 354, 357, 375, 377, 388, 389, 392, 393, 407, 408, 409, 437, 438, 438n1, 439, 545, 593, 594
Beyond Good and Evil226
nihilism228, 229, 325, 326, 328, 333, 334, 335, 340, 341, 561, 593
argument against331
Christianity335
noble savage406, 407, 469
nominalism257, 258, 261, 269, 327, 376
North America, European thought8–9
noumena590
Nouvelle Théologie615
Novalis11, 72, 240, 392, 597
novels208
Russian200
nuclear weapons457–8
Nygren, A.244, 245, 246, 247
Agape and Eros: The Christian Idea of Love244
objectivism510, 532
Ockham, William of257, 277, 377, 482
Oedipus complex352
Old Testament348, 414, 485, 568
ontologies113, 207, 286, 329, 510, 535, 554
astonishment543, 544, 554, 557, 561
being and becoming294
difference379
goal of human journey236
inversion467
of labour163, 164, 166, 167
love247, 248
and metaphysics54
porosity548, 550–1
theological164
understanding511, 515
ontotheology554, 594, 628
Opus Dei165
Origen349, 480
original sin407, 537, 634, 638–9, 644
Orthodox theology471, 604
atonement651
traditions652
Other/otherness83–5, 94, 96–7, 101, 119, 121, 183–4, 187, 559–60
Barth on91
Beauvoir94–5
death96, 210
(p. 693) equality with92
in Europe86–7, 88–9, 92
Lévinas on88
myth of93, 101
problem of91
and theology89–90
Ovid401
Oxford Movement282, 295
pacifism370, 371, 372
pairs of terms571
Palestine442
Pannenberg, W.494, 495, 599, 607, 608
pantheism465, 524, 525, 607, 616, 617, 622
papacy280
Parker, R.647
passivity449
patriarchy595, 647
patriotism41, 45–6
and individualism58
and nationalism44, 45
and religion58
and selective historical memory46
USA47
Pattison, G.12, 462, 465
Paul, St284, 317, 318, 335, 348, 581
Pauline eschatology257, 649–50
Pelagius265, 651
Pentecostalism650, 652
personal identity52, 240
personhood304
pessimism176, 179, 180–1, 182, 188, 208
and hope184
Peterson, E.269
phenomena538–9, 540, 590, 593, 643
phenomenologists94, 536
phenomenology118, 317, 318, 478, 516, 523, 524, 525, 538, 540, 561, 593
Husserl on527, 533, 534
Marion on538, 539
reduction526, 534
Phillips, D. Z.197
Phillips, M.48
Phillipson, N.661
philology229, 502
philosophy403, 525
autonomy547, 548
Fichte on484
first545
Hegel on569
Heidegger on376–89, 393, 510
history460
Husserl on525, 533
interpretation499
modern523, 547, 559
questioning392–3
Schleiermacher on486
speculative492, 534, 544, 557
physiological disease25
Pieper, J.165, 166, 292, 293, 459–60
Pietism635, 636, 637
Protestant641
piety355, 391, 392, 393, 635, 659–60, 392, 659, 660
popular197, 260
Pius X, Pope286
Pius XI, Pope273
Pius XII, Pope28, 621
plant life402
Plato70, 87, 93–4, 166, 234, 236, 237, 247, 248, 255, 261, 347, 349, 378, 380, 389, 401, 437, 438, 460, 545, 552, 559, 615, 617
play515
pluralism258–9
poetics468, 470
poetry622, 629
political economists150, 152, 154, 157
Britain155–6
political economy151, 152, 153, 156
as false science158
political love606
politics12, 42, 260, 270, 273, 302, 671
absolutism269–70
authorities257–8
concepts256, 273
good judgements271
international362
Kant on662, 663
theory268
and war363
polytheism400, 416
poor162, 165
Poovey, M.677n4
porosity546, 547, 548, 549, 557, 561
(p. 694) positivism62, 115–6, 154, 157, 159
post-metaphysical age437, 609
post-mortem survival197
postmodernity2, 3, 6, 10, 185, 195, 214, 233, 236–7, 286, 292, 293, 332, 523, 528, 540, 560, 561, 594, 610, 676
critiques524
post-structuralism3, 62, 500
potency600
prejudgements/presuppositions514, 529, 530
prejudices513, 514, 527
primitive nationalism46
primordial forces42–3
private ownership/property150, 151, 153, 162
productivity154–5
profit, pursuit of157–8
projection640, 641–2
property rights150, 652
Protestants120, 368, 646
atonement634, 644, 651
liberal593, 595–6, 597, 604, 605
race143
theology438
traditions652
Proust, M.10, 23, 432
providence658–9, 668–9, 670
and deists657
divine665, 667, 670
Hegel on664–5
history661–2
Kant on663
language671
in modernity655–6
psychologism5, 525
psychology600, 641
racialism311, 663–4
Radical Orthodoxy106, 123, 296
Rahner, K.114, 197n9, 247–8, 268, 293, 294, 295, 605, 628
Ramsey, P.370
ratio553
rationalism181, 482–3, 488, 523, 525, 549, 555, 557
rejection of405
Ratzinger, J./Benedict XV1, Pope279, 280, 283, 284, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292, 296, 627–8
Ravaisson, F.20–6, 27, 34, 352
De l’habitude20–6
readings574, 575
contemporary583
and plain sense579
realism11, 362, 371, 526, 620
reason637–9, 640
Fichte on484
and religion525
self-determination556
reciprocal relationality71–2, 76, 77
redemption336, 658
Reformation132, 277, 297, 304, 305, 348, 615, 657
Reimarus, H.605
reincarnation195
relativism228, 285, 286, 510
relativity, vertigo of531, 532
religion127, 132, 135, 136–7, 265, 266, 369, 440, 445, 493–4
account of75
definition346
and ethics536, 537
hostility to153–4
Kant on128
languages of123, 525
and love240, 246
and Marx156–7
and morality76
and philosophy486
and nationalism49, 58
Schleiermacher on69–70
sources of402
truth claims115
wars of367–8
Renaissance348, 430
Renan, E.51, 572, 575, 576, 577n3
repetition34
and fidelity30
freedom in29
Kierkegaard on27, 28, 31, 32, 33
representation (Vorstellung)568, 569, 591
republicanism258, 260
(p. 695) resentment447–8
rest165, 167
revelation278, 279, 282, 287, 289, 294, 301, 536, 538, 539, 572, 602, 627, 629, 639, 650, 660
Ricoeur, P.11, 26, 36, 87, 91, 226, 502n4, 510, 510n11, 512, 515, 516, 516n12, 517, 528, 530, 531, 533
rights43, 52, 69, 130, 133, 135, 140, 142, 150, 160, 162, 265, 330, 337, 365–6, 408, 410, 412
Ritschl, A.596
ritual study586, 587
Robertson, W.660, 661–2, 663, 665
Robertson Smith, W.352
Robinson, J. A. T.584, 585
Roman Catholic Church161–2, 164–5, 268, 629
atonement644
theologians605
Roman School285, 286, 295
Romanticism6, 13, 72, 141, 405, 406, 407, 409, 507, 616
eternal love in240
German86
naturalism in408
Rosenberg, A.310, 311, 312, 319
Rousseau, J.-J.49, 50, 108, 133, 139, 141, 142, 217, 240, 256, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 366, 405, 406, 407, 409, 663
Ruskin, J.12, 158, 159, 619, 620
Russia:
messianism320–1
novels200
Orthodox theology288
religious philosophy7
and suffering177
and ‘the west’6–7
sacraments615–31 passim 651
the sacramental, sacramentality406, 615–31 passim
sacrifice345, 346–7, 348, 349, 353, 355, 358, 644, 645
as a gift351–2
human354
origins353
as substitution352
of weak357
Sacrifice: Its Nature and Function (Hubert and Mauss)352
salons71, 73
and women, role of72–3
salvation84, 122, 129, 163, 164, 240, 245, 248, 265, 267, 268, 303, 349, 460, 537, 590, 596, 645, 648, 649–50
accounts of651
Christian635
and liberation162
models of650
salvation drama52
same and the other85–6, 87, 89, 92, 93, 94, 96, 98, 99, 102
Sartre, J.-P.14, 63, 83, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 140, 206, 207, 210, 327, 452, 536, 537, 594
Being and Nothingness138
satisfaction theories634, 650
Saying and the Said119
scapegoat mechanism353–4
scepticism552
Schelling, F. W. J.172, 173, 174, 175, 181, 187, 307, 392, 493, 560, 600, 617
Schildkraut, D.47
Schlegel, F.69, 72, 133, 240, 246, 304
Schleiermacher, F. D. E.13, 66–77, 116, 118, 131, 132, 133, 134, 144, 196, 197, 246, 285, 466, 481, 484–9, 492–5, 501–9, 528, 568, 570, 597–8, 617–18, 622, 648–9, 659
Brief Outline of the Study of Theology487, 488
Christian Faith, The72–6, 246, 488–91, 597, 648
Occasional Thoughts on Universities in the German Sense485
On Religion13, 69–70, 72, 74, 76, 77, 196, 246, 597
Schmitt, C.262, 263, 264, 269, 272, 273
Schnädelbach, H.490
Schopenhauer, A.174, 175, 176, 178, 180, 181, 182, 241, 545
Schumann, G.314, 315
Schweitzer, A.488, 597, 602
science:
concept of489–90
of man404–5
modern465
and theology491
(p. 696) and religion461 See also technology, Wissenschaft
science of values593
Scottish Enlightenment404, 406, 657, 659
scripture and tradition279, 280, 282, 290–2
scriptures480, 572, 577, 658, 660
Christian505
Hegel on570
Jowett on580 See also Bible
second nature19, 20, 22–3, 34, 36
duplicity of35
Second Vatican Council160, 161–2, 164, 248, 279, 280, 283, 287, 289, 294, 626, 627, 626, 627
Second World War274, 354
securalism296, 333, 429, 430, 465
state349
self30–1, 34, 36, 97, 122, 136, 137, 197, 236–7, 516, 538, 592
bodily awareness of97
extension of52
and Other94, 234
sacrifice of350
from two points of view88–9
self-and-other knowledge84, 92
self-consciousness89, 141, 173, 354–5, 392, 513, 534, 607
self-interest667
selfhood355
good life19, 21, 34–5
Sen, A.53, 54, 55
sexuality120, 143, 240, 242–3, 353
and Christian God93
difference72
human248
life95
and morality155
politics13, 101
Shelley, M.221
Sieyès, Abbé E.49
signs110, 111, 117, 118, 122, 124, 516, 517, 518
failure of112–12
Hegel on113
and ideas109
sin25, 30, 31, 177, 220, 236, 238, 245, 260, 30, 415, 537, 599, 635, 637, 643, 649, 658
forgiveness of642, 650–1
lack of faith647
Sittlichkeit27, 30, 54
slave ideology91–2
slavery660–1, 663
Slavophiles6
Smith, A.151, 156, 666, 666n4, 667, 668, 669–70
Sobrino, J.606
Christology at the Crossroads606
social activity73–4
life74
morality54
socialism160
society, good of667
Socinianism348
Sophocles570, 577–8
Antigone570
Soskice, J. M.99, 100
soteriology52–3, 74, 245, 634, 644, 646–7, 650–1, 652
souls235, 448–9
human31
immortality of194, 196
sovereign, and citizens262–3
sovereign states, and war362
sovereignty255–6, 257, 262, 264–5, 267–8, 364
concept of259–60, 272–3
of God270, 302, 415, 416
individualist-contractualist theories263
space258
Berlin70, 77
Spinoza, B.239, 525, 559, 560
spirit355, 356, 400–1, 402, 414, 591
and Christ/Jesus598–9
common406
human409, 411, 416, 591–2
philosophy of592
spiritualism26, 34–5
states43, 45, 52, 264, 268, 363
(p. 697) abolition of261
powers267
protection of citizens262–3
Steiner, G.184, 186, 624, 629, 659
Stoics6, 661, 663, 668
Strauss, D. F.195, 490, 491, 492, 493, 495, 569, 573, 574, 575, 576, 581, 583, 584, 586
structuralism14, 109, 117, 500, 504
Suárez, F.278, 279, 280, 287, 288
Sublime, sublimity406–7, 419–34 passim
substance ontology609, 610
suffering169–70, 173, 174, 177–80, 183, 185, 186, 217, 218, 219, 308, 309, 349, 350, 645, 647
active176, 178, 184
animals409–10
Barth on187, 188
divine187
and evil229
and God170, 171, 174, 180, 187, 217–18
absent/hidden in world188
human98–9, 178–9, 182, 183, 185, 188
joy in176
living in face of169
and resignation178, 180
thought on169
supernatural26, 484, 488, 573, 651
Surrealism621
Symbolists619, 620, 621–2
Synoptic Gospels235
systematic issue559
Taylor, C.47, 65, 261, 633, 637, 638, 657
Taylor, M. C.122
Taylor, P. J.4, 5, 6
technology160–1, 381, 384, 385, 388, 393, 402, 457–76
passim development of461–2
Heidegger on468, 469, 470
modern461, 464–5, 466, 467
philosophy of461, 463, 467–8, 471, 472
Teilhard de Chardin, P.458, 463, 464, 472, 607, 628
teleology463, 469
tendency22–3, 24
texts505–6, 508, 509, 510, 512–13, 515, 516, 517, 519, 528, 531, 532, 536, 575
Apostolic oral tradition571
Hegel on570
interpretation of Bible570–1
theism182–3, 335, 339, 524, 534, 660
theodicy169–70, 171, 172–4, 176, 178, 182–3, 186, 188, 215, 218, 220, 447
end of219
rejecting218
secular219–20
theology484, 488, 495
of liberation162 see also science; university; Wissenschaft
Thessalonians 1 5:1–5317
Theunissen, M.200, 207, 437, 453
thinking556, 557
Thomas, St see Aquinas, Thomas
Thomas, D.406
Thomism25, 26, 34, 114, 166, 377
Thoreau, H. D.411, 412
thought9, 560
autonomous547
free play of73
human525, 534
and philosophers9–10
thrownness204, 206, 443
Tillich, P.12, 75, 114, 203, 247, 248, 382n10, 459, 463, 466, 467, 593, 604, 605
time435–56 passim, 678
and change437–8, 439, 450
In Christianity270
consciousness527
future442, 444–5, 459
and history435, 437, 439–40, 445, 446, 447, 452
immanence453
nature of445–6
questions relating to347, 440–1, 442, 445, 451
transcendence452–3
world beyond437, 440
‘to be’547–8, 557, 558, 561
Tolstoy, L.208, 366, 367
Death of Ivan Ilych, The200–1, 205
Torah235
(p. 698) Tradition277–300 passim, 519, 540
authentic elements of287–8
faith and279–80
without history286
living nature of294
and rituals290
and scripture279, 280, 282, 290–1
static notion of285
Traditionalists290–1, 292
tragedy184, 186
and suffering186
tragi-comedy184
trans-dialectical metaphysics559
transcendence452, 465, 553, 559, 604, 609, 638
divine545
in Judaism616
transcendental Christology605
transcendental philosophy551–2
Transcendentalism410, 411
Trinity84, 100, 106, 187, 256–7, 259–60, 268–9, 274, 281, 336, 595, 599, 603, 608
Troeltsch, E.494, 495, 590
Absoluteness of Christianity and the History of Religion, The493
truth130, 157, 185, 279, 284, 293, 294, 326, 332, 333, 355, 404, 421, 422, 432, 494, 535–6, 555, 560
of Being390
of Christianity495
Tűbingen School281–2, 285, 287, 294, 489, 493, 619
‘two-natures’ doctrine589, 595, 598, 605, 608
Tylor, E. B.351
Tyrell, G.597
Unamuno, M. de180, 181
understanding510–11, 512, 513–14
elements of529
and human beings515, 528
unhappy consciousness87, 88–9, 90, 93, 94
Unitarianism644
university481–2, 483–4
and Bible587
French model of486
theology and487 see also Wissenschaft
univocity545, 546, 549, 558, 559, 560, 561
dianoetic550, 554
urban planning67
urban space77
USA46–7, 369, 412, 457, 670
spirituality of work164–5
USSR155
utilitarianism151, 351
utopian socialists154, 160
utopianism302, 315, 320
utterances503–4, 505–6
value150–1
van den Bruck, A. M.312, 314
van Gogh, V.622
Vattimo, G.327, 328, 332, 334, 335, 336, 610
violence353, 354, 356, 537, 646
and Christ610
of cross645
religious367, 369
virtue ethics20–1, 27, 34–5
virtuous life, and nature24–5
visual arts12
Voltaire, F.-M. A.216, 332, 354
Volf, M.164, 165
voluntarism257, 258, 261, 269, 271, 376, 583
von Balthasar, H. U.284, 288, 420, 624, 627, 628
von Humboldt, W.110, 483
wages160
just161
Wahl, J.87–9, 90, 94
Ward, G.121, 610
wars361, 361n1, 362–7, 369–71
Clausewitz on364
of religion367–8
and peace364–5
Weber, M.53, 152, 153, 271, 406, 624
Weil, S.350
Wesley, J.636, 637, 643, 652
wholly other84, 85, 91, 94, 96–7, 100, 112, 121, 182, 602, 609
Wilberforce, W.665
wilderness399, 400, 410, 411, 412, 413
will175–6, 177, 178, 184, 471
general265
good422–3
human220, 226–7
and suffering180
Wissenschaft479–98 passim
freedom485–6
methodology489
Schleiermacher on485, 487
university483–4 see also science
Wittgenstein, L.123
Wollaston, W.657
Wollstonecraft, M.133
women100, 101, 133–4, 140, 143
and freedom139
and God93, 98, 100–101
marriage661
role of72–3, 144
and theology94 see also feminism
Word of God113, 305, 336, 519
word/s116, 122–3, 210–11, 336–7, 525–6
of dying205–6
and God121
and meanings579
Wordsworth, W.618, 620
work149–68
passim Christian judgement on166–7
ethos153
idolatry of165
quality of154
spirituality of164–5
theologies of165, 166
true159
working classes153–4, 160, 242
solidarity with7
world173, 175, 177, 179, 333, 339
Leibniz on170–2
responsibility of183–4 See also natural world, nature
world view583
worship167, 575, 580, 586, 657
Christian585
and mythology585–6
practices of582, 586, 587
Yoder, J. H.371, 372
Young Hegelians86, 92, 155, 156
Zeller, E.489, 491, 495
Zeno401