➷ Karl Rahner Free ➭ Author Karen Kilby – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Karl Rahner
  • Karen Kilby
  • English
  • 22 June 2019
  • 9780415259651

10 thoughts on “Karl Rahner

  1. says:

    Karen Kilby is an incredible authority on Karl Rahner Despite the complexity of her subject, she writes with great clarity, and her arguments progress in a very cogent manner That being said, I wouldn t recommen...

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    Kilby aims to provide a non foundationalist reading of Rahner What she means by this is a reading of Rahner whereby his theology is not epistemologically based upon his philosophy She pursues this objective by a arguing that Rahner s transcendental argument fails as do transcendental arguments generally and b that Rahner s philosophy is, in key aspects, incompatible with his theology Does Kilby succeed In part, she does, by providing a compelling reading of Rahner s theology but by failing to appreciate the role of Rahner s philosophy, she offers an equally one sided reading Kilby s critique of Rahner s philosophy centers upon the notion of the Vorgriff or pre apprehension of being Rahner argues that the use of concepts within judgments presuppose an implicit knowledge of the space of possibilities This knowledge allows the agent to appreciate the universality of concepts and their applicability to multiple objects According to Rahner, this an implicit knowledge of esse This argument fails, according to Kilby, because it either merely restates the problem or misses the point It restates the problem because it says that we understand universal concepts as applicable to multiple objects because we understand the space of possibilities in which such concepts can be applied to multiple objects It misses the point because it says we must know being in order to know that men can...

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    A short and concise introduction, not so much to the thought, but to the person of Karl Rahner While not personally attracted to Rahner the theologian, this brief introduction has renewed my interest in Rahner the person If you have any interest in Karl Rahne...

  4. says:

    A good, concise intro to Karl Rahner, the author and the man Kilby has done an excellent job of peaking my interest in Rahner s work and I look forward to investigating of his thoughts and writings.

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Karl Rahner Karl Rahner Is One Of The Great Theologians Of The Twentieth Century, Known For His Systematic, Foundationalist Approach This Bold And Original Book Explores The Relationship Between His Theology And His Philosophy, And Argues For The Possibility Of A Nonfoundationalist Reading Of Rahner Karen Kilby Calls Into Question Both The Admiration Of Rahner S Disciples For The Overarching Unity Of His Though, And The Too Easy Dismissals Of Critics Who Object To His Flawed Philosophical Staring Point Or To His Supposedly Modern And Liberal Appeal To Experience Through A Lucid And Critical Exposition Of Key Texts Including Spirit In The World And Hearer Of The Word, And Of Themes Such As The Vorgriff Auf Esse, The Supernatural Existential And The Anonymous Christian, Karen Kilby Reaffirms Rahner S Significance For Modern Theology And Offers A Clear Exposition Of His Thought.

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