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by Dale M. Schlitt

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9004070516
Author:
Dale M. Schlitt
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Philosophy
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In Hegel s Trinitarian Claim, Dale M. Schlitt provides a careful, detailed presentation of this claim in Hegel s major published works and in his lectures on the philosophy of religion, taking a critical look at how Hegel presents his claim that to think of God as subject and person one must.

In Hegel s Trinitarian Claim, Dale M. Schlitt provides a careful, detailed presentation of this claim in Hegel s major published works and in his lectures on the philosophy of religion, taking a critical look at how Hegel presents his claim that to think of God as subject and person one must think of God as Trinity.

A prolific writer, Mancuso has written almost one book per year for the .

Download Citation Hegels trinitarian claim: A critical reflection Landmark study of Hegel's arguments for God as Trinity. A prolific writer, Mancuso has written almost one book per year for the past decade or so, while he is also very active in the media by giving interviews and writing short articles for famous Italian newspapers, such as La repubblica. Textual ProblemsThe Trinitarian Structure within the Introduction to the Philosophy of HistoryThe Trinitarian Structure in HistoryThe Role of Race in HistoryList of Abbreviations of Works by HegelReferences.

Schlitt’s book has a comprehensive depth that makes it a worthy successor to Jörg Splett’s 1965 monograph, Die .

Schlitt’s book has a comprehensive depth that makes it a worthy successor to Jörg Splett’s 1965 monograph, Die Trinitätslehre G. W. F. Hegels. Its massive supply of footnotes is almost a second book, a Literaturbericht that is especially thorough in its treatment of the German materials of the last several decades. Journal of the American Academy of Religion. His books include Divine Subjectivity: Understanding Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion and Experience and Spirit: A Post-Hegelian Philosophical Theology.

In Hegels Trinitarian Claim, Dale M. Schlitt provides a careful, detailed presentation of this claim in Hegels major published works and in his lectures on the philosophy of religion, taking a critical look at how Hegel presents his claim that to think of God as subject and person one must. Schlitt provides a careful, detailed presentation of this claim in Hegels major published works and in his lectures on the philosophy of religion, taking a critical look at how Hegel presents his claim that to think of God as subject and person one must think of God as Trinity

Hegel's Trinitarian Claim: A Critical Reflection. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2012.

Hegel's Trinitarian Claim: A Critical Reflection. ISBN-13: 978-1438443744. Kristin Gissberg (a1). University of Memphiskgissbrghis.

In Hegel’s Trinitarian Claim, Dale M. Schlitt provides a careful, detailed presentation of this claim in Hegel’s . Schlitt provides a careful, detailed presentation of this claim in Hegel’s major published works and in his lectures on the philosophy of religion, taking a critical look at how Hegel presents his claim that to think of God as subject and person one must think of God as Trinity.

In Hegel's Trinitarian Claim, Dale M. Schlitt provides a careful, detailed presentation of this claim in Hegel's major published works and in his lectures on the philosophy of religion, taking a critical look at how Hegel presents his claim that to think of God as subject and person on. .

Hegel’s Trinitarian Claim A Critical Reflection.

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