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contemplative dimension of rationality in the thought of Karl Rahner

Christopher Francis Schiavone

contemplative dimension of rationality in the thought of Karl Rahner

a condition of possibility for revelation

by Christopher Francis Schiavone

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rahner, Karl, -- 1904- -- Contributions in theory of rationality.,
  • Rationalism.,
  • Revelation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Christopher Francis Schiavone.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 431 p.
    Number of Pages431
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18063698M

    Rationality and revelation in Rahner: the contemplative dimension / by: Schiavone, Christopher F. Published: () The theology of Karl Rahner / by: McCool, Gerald A. Published: (). Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Rahner, Heidegger, and truth: Karl Rahner's notion of Christian truth, the influence of Heidegger / an introduction to his life and thought / by: Vorgrimler, Herbert. Published: () The ecclesiology of Karl Rahner / by Eine Auseinandersetzung mit Karl Rahner. by: Wess, Paul,

      And this is the Third Movement––the Music, which Bruno saw in this age, tthe age of the Spirit, when “thought becomes fire.” He was one of those rare people who were still giddy about Karl Rahner and the 2 nd Vatican Council, and along with folks like Ewert Cousins was optimistic enough to think that we were entering into a 2 nd Axial. Karl Rahner is one of Catholicism’s most influential, and yet difficult to understand, theologians. This remarkably comprehensive volume gives a page by page explanation of Rahner’s great summary Foundations of Christian an excellent introduction and helpful indices, this book is an indispensable addition to every theological library/5(22).

      Prevot proposes that prayer, thought in terms of doxology and liberation, can provide an effective protest against secularity and violence. This is an unusually good book that should be widely read and discussed." -Bradford Hinze, Karl Rahner, S.J., Professor of Theology, Fordham University "Thinking Prayer is a passionate manifesto. \/ Karl Rahner -- The biblical idea of God -- God as the ineffable, \"A hymn to God\": from the Patrologia Graeca -- The transcendence of God: from On the Trinity \/ St. Augustine -- The attributes of God: from Summa theologiae \/ St. Thomas Aquinas -- God as the \"holy mystery\": from Foundations of Christian faith \/ Karl Rahner.


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Contemplative dimension of rationality in the thought of Karl Rahner by Christopher Francis Schiavone Download PDF EPUB FB2

Perhaps most valuable is Schiavone's insightful retrieval of the roots of the so-called 'contemplative dimension' of Rahner's thought in its richly diverse relation to the Christian tradition and his careful attempt to situate it in relation to the philosophical project of Heidegger's early work.5/5(1).

The Contemplative Dimension of Rationality in the Thought of Karl Rahner: A Condition of Possibility for Revelation. Christopher Francis Schiavone Dissertation, Georgetown University ().

Rationality and Revelation in Rahner The Contemplative Dimension (Book): Schiavone, Christopher F.: The ancient problem of working out the relationship between reason and revelation has assumed a new form in the contemporary context as philosophers debate the very concept of rationality.

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Karl Rahner: The philosophical foundations T. Sheehan The contemplative dimension of rationality in the thought of Karl Rahner: a condition of possibility for revelation /Author: Harvey Egan. A renowned 20 th-century theologian, Karl Rahner, said, "The Christian of the future will be a mystic or will not exist at all." I think his words are prophetic.

I think his words are prophetic. The Contemplative Dimension of Rationality in the Thought of Karl Rahner: A Condition of Possibility for Revelation (Volumes 1 & 2) Frank Ambrosio: Virginia Ashby Sharpe: How the Liberal Idea Fails as a Foundation for Medical Ethics, or, Medical Ethics “In a Different Voice” Edmund Pellegrino: Mary Louise Wessell: Karl Rahner showed the truth in Schaeffer’s prediction when he wrote “The Christian of the future will be a mystic or he or she will not exist at all By mysticism we mean a genuine experience of God emerging from the very heart of our existence.” 10 But Schaeffer had a different definition of mysticism than Rahner’s: “Mysticism is.

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Karl Rahner did not say “The Christian of the future will tithe or will not exist at all.” Clearly, Rahner saw mysticism (which includes contemplative prayer) as more vital to the ongoing.

Prevot proposes that prayer, thought in terms of doxology and liberation, can provide an effective protest against secularity and violence. This is an unusually good book that should be widely read and discussed." ―Bradford Hinze, Karl Rahner, S.J., Professor of Theology, Fordham University "Thinking Prayer is a passionate manifesto.

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Christopher Francis Schiavone - - Dissertation, Georgetown University Reason and Rationality. The Big Book of Christian Mysticism explores this rich tradition and shows how it can be a powerful tool for transformation and the experience of the Divine. One of the greatest Christian theologians of the twentieth century, Karl Rahner, once said "The Christian of the future will be a.

"This thesis explores the broad outlines of Ibn Taymiyya's attempt to resolve the "conflict" between reason and revelation in late medieval Islam in his volume, 4,page magnum opus, Dar' ta'arud al-'aql wa-l-naql, or The Refutation of the Contradiction of Reason and Revelation, by breaking down and systematically reconstituting the basic categories in terms of which the debate was framed.

Some years back Karl Rahner spoke of the dearth of real spirituality in the Church. To his mind “we are to a terrifying extent a spiritually lifeless people. Even today we are dominated to a terrifying extent by ritualism, legalism, administration and a boring and resigned.

The Theology of Karl Rahner Atila Sinke Guimarães Book review of A Critical Examination of the Theology of Karl Rahner, by Robert C. McCarthy Buchanan Dam, TX: Carthay Ventures,64 pp. This review became the Foreword of the book. reflective engagement with the writings of Karl Rahner is found in its affective influence.

Rahner’s writings have the potential to draw the reader into the very spiritual life from which the writings emerge. To read Karl Rahner may well enlighten and inspire the intellect but ultimately will warm the heart.

Prevot proposes that prayer, thought in terms of doxology and liberation, can provide an effective protest against secularity and violence.

This is an unusually good book that should be widely read and discussed." -Bradford Hinze, Karl Rahner, S.J., Professor of Theology, Fordham University "Thinking Prayer is a passionate manifesto.

Through. Description. In Thinking Prayer, Andrew Prevot presents a new, integrated approach to Christian theology and spirituality, focusing on the centrality of prayer to theology in the modern age.

Prevot's clear and in-depth analysis of notable philosophical and theological thinkers' responses to modernity through the theme of prayer charts a new spiritual path through the crises of modernity. pages: 29 cm "Basics of Christian thought"--Page [6] Includes bibliographical references Karl Rahner: finding God in daily life -- Bernard Lonergan: achieving personal development -- Yves Congar: revitalizing the ecumenical movement -- Hans Urs von Balthasar: a contemplative spirit -- Edward Schillebeeckx: deepening our relationship with Jesus -- John Macquarrie: probing human.He earned his PhD in Philosophy at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he wrote his doctoral dissertation on The Contemplative Dimension of Rationality in the Thought of Karl Rahner.

He also holds the MA in Pastoral Theology from Saint John's Seminary in Brighton, where he also earned his AB in Philosophy and taught for several years.Christopher F. Schiavone, Rationality and Revelation in Rahner: The Contemplative Dimension (New York: Peter Lang, ),– I am indebted to Schiavone’s account of Rahner’s view on revelation and rationality.

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