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Analogia Entis: Metaphysics: Original Structure and Universal Rhythm
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Analogia Entis: Metaphysics: Original Structure and Universal Rhythm

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Eerdmans 2014

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Overview

This volume includes Erich Pryzwara’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 certain currency in philosophical and theological circles today.

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Contents

  • Meta-Noetics and Meta-Ontics
  • Metaphysical Transcendentalism and Transcendental Metaphysics
  • A Priori and A Posteriori Metaphysics
  • Philosophical and Theological Metaphysics
  • Logos, Logic, Dialectic, Analogy
  • The Grounding of Analogy as Analogia Entis in the Principle of Non-Contradiction
  • The Scope of the Problem of the Analogia Entis
  • The Analogia Entis as a Principle
  • Philosophies of Essence and Existence
  • The Scope of Analogy as a Fundamental Catholic Form
  • Philosophy as a Problem
  • Metaphysics, Religion, Analogy
  • Image, Likeness, Symbol, Mythos, Mysterium, Logos
  • Phenomenology, Realogy, Relationology
  • Man, World, God, Symbol
  • The Religious Gnoseology of St. Augustine
  • Between Metaphysics and Christianity
  • Beautiful, Sacred, Christian
  • Imago Dei: On the Theological Message of Max Picard
  • Primal Christian Terms: Kerygma, Mysterium, Kairos, Oikonomia
  • Time, Space, Eternity
  • Edith Stein and Simone Weil: Two Fundamental Philosophical Themes
  • Husserl and Heidegger

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About Erich Przywara

Erich Przywara (1889–1972) was a German theologian who was highly influential in Europe. A Jesuit, he was strongly influenced by Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Newman, and phenomenological philosophy of Edmund Husserl and Max Scheler.