close

Buy Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by Erich Przywara (Paperback) in United States - Rehmie.com

Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by Erich Przywara (Paperback)

REP253465 09780802868596 REP253465

Bartesian

Bartesian
2023-05-24 USD 122.26

$ 122.26 $ 128.70

Item Added to Cart

*Product availability is subject to suppliers inventory

Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by  Erich Przywara (Paperback)
SHIPPING ALL OVER UNITED STATES
Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by  Erich Przywara (Paperback)
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by  Erich Przywara (Paperback)
EASY 30 DAYSRETURNS & REFUNDS
Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by  Erich Przywara (Paperback)
24/7 CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by  Erich Przywara (Paperback)
TRUSTED AND SAFE WEBSITE
Analogia Entis - (Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by  Erich Przywara (Paperback)
100% SECURE CHECKOUT
Number of Pages: 628
Genre: Religion + Beliefs
Sub-Genre: Christian Theology
Series Title: Resourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought
Format: Paperback
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Age Range: Adult
Book theme: General
Author: Erich Przywara
Featured book lists: Adopted Trade Books
Language: English



Book Synopsis



Although Erich Przywara (1889-1972) was one of the preeminent Catholic theologians of his time and a profound influence on such people as Hans Urs von Balthasar and Joseph Ratzinger, he has remained virtually unknown in North America. This volume includes Przywara's groundbreaking Analogia Entis, originally published in 1932, and his subsequent essays on the concept analogia entis -- the analogy between God and creation -- which has currency in philosophical and theological circles today.



Review Quotes




Alasdair MacIntyre
-- University of Notre Dame
"The publication of this excellent translation of Erich Przywara's difficult and contentious book is an important event. Analogia Entis poses an inescapable problem for theologians, that of how we must understand the relationship of God's being to human beings in order for us to be able to talk about God. Przywara was a notable influence on some of the greatest Protestant and Catholic theologians of the twentieth century. We need to learn from him if we are to understand them."

John Milbank
-- University of Nottingham
"At last English readers have available a translation of one of the great masterworks of twentieth-century theology and philosophy, giving them a much better sense of the course of both Catholic and Protestant thought since the inter-war period. John Betz and David Bentley Hart have done a remarkable job of rendering Przywara's Analogia Entis into highly readable English without losing any of the sense or nuances of the German original."

Reinhard Hütter
-- Duke Divinity School
"Arguably the most brilliant and simultaneously most enigmatic Catholic intellectual of the earlier part of the twentieth century, Erich Przywara argued eye to eye with Edmund Husserl, Max Scheler, and Martin Heidegger, challenged Karl Barth, and through his famous lectures inspired a host of influential Catholic thinkers. . . . Finally, his magnum opus, Analogia Entis, is available in lucid English prose -- an intellectual event of the first order. We are deeply indebted to John Betz and David Bentley Hart for this splendid labor of love."

David Burrell
-- University of Notre Dame
"Be prepared to let a predilection for poetry spice austere argument, to retrieve the pristine dynamic of analogy as Aquinas invariably used it to render philosophy as a handmaid of faith."

Oliva Blanchette
-- Horizons
"The translators are to be congratulated for having resurrected this treasure of a book so well and for giving it a new life in English at the junction of philosophy and theology we have come to. One can only hope that it will be read and studied as widely as it deserves."


Related Products

  See More