The Boston personalist tradition in philosophy, social ethics, and theology

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Published by Peeters, Mercer in [Louvain? Belgium], Macon, Ga .

Written in English

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  • Boston University.,
  • Personalism.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Statementedited by Paul Deats and Carol Robb.
ContributionsDeats, Paul., Robb, Carol, 1945-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsB828.5 .B65 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 295 p. :
Number of Pages295
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Open LibraryOL2544092M
ISBN 100865541779
LC Control Number85025863

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Personalism is a distinctly American philosophy but it is not as well-known as the pragmatism which developed slightly later through William James, Charles Peirce, John Dewey, and s: 5.

Personalism, a school of philosophy, usually idealist, which asserts that the real is the personal, i.e., that the basic features of personality—consciousness, free self-determination, directedness toward ends, self-identity through time, and value retentiveness—make it the pattern of all the theistic form that it has often assumed, personalism has sometimes become specifically.

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Second, Bonhoeffer was heavily influenced by the personalist-existentialist revolution in philosophy and theology, to which he was introduced by Karl Heim in Tübingen ().

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