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100 1  Janz, Paul D 
245 10 God, the Mind's Desire :|bReference, Reason and Christian 
       Thinking 
264  1 Cambridge :|bCambridge University Press,|c2004 
264  4 |c©2004 
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490 1  Cambridge Studies in Christian Doctrine ;|vv.11 
505 0  Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright 
       -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- 1 A 
       reconnaissance of theology and epistemology -- 1 
       Theological integrity between reductionism and positivism 
       -- 2 Theology and rational obligation within the basic 
       structure of this book -- 2.1 A spectrum of obligation in 
       thinking -- 2.2 Philosophy's perpetual polarities: anti-
       realism and realism -- 2.3 Philosophy's perpetual 
       polarities: act and being -- 2.4 The Kantian inversion of 
       all of these polarities -- 2.5 Tragedy and .nality -- 2.6 
       Penultimacy and Christology -- 2 Theology and the lure of 
       obscurity -- 1 'Post-subject' thinking: post-structuralism
       and ultra-pragmatism -- 1.1 Ideological historiography and
       the problem of authentication -- 1.2 Intentional reference,
       'dualism' and the 'feel' of meaning -- 1.3 Reason as 
       'ruse' -- 2 Consequences of anti-rationalism -- 2.1 Post-
       structuralism and the haemorrhaging of subjectivity -- 2.2
       Post-subject thinking and the forsaking of intellectual 
       virtue -- 3 Philosophy's perpetual polarities: anti-
       realism and realism -- 1 Anti-realism and realism present 
       and past -- 1.1 Two ironies of empiricism -- 1.2 Anti-
       realism and realism: an old controversy renewed -- 2 
       Hilary Putnam's anti-realist ('internalist' ) account of 
       rational obligation -- 2.1 Conceptual relativity -- 2.2 
       Rational acceptability and fallibilism -- 3 Thomas Nagel' 
       s realist ('externalist' ) account of rational obligation 
       -- 3.1 Reality, objective reality and non-completeness -- 
       3.2 Scepticism, self-transcendence and objective advance -
       - 3.3 The objective self -- 4 Philosophy's perpetual 
       polarities: making and finding -- 1 Donald MacKinnon's 
       conciliatory realism -- 1.1 MacKinnon's realism: against 
       atomism -- 1.2 MacKinnon's realism: openness to holism 
505 8  2 An integrated theory of correspondence: .nality on four 
       levels, from 'common sense' to 'focal sense' -- 2.1 
       Finality in empirical externality -- 2.2 Finality in 
       observational science -- 2.3 Finality in theoretical 
       science -- 2.4 Finality in logic, pure mathematics, 
       metaphysics -- 3 Assessment -- 5 Philosophy's perpetual 
       polarities: act and being -- 1 Bonhoeffer's 
       'transcendental attempt': thinking (i.e., act) enquires 
       into subjective 'being' -- 2 Bonhoeffer's 'ontological 
       attempt': thinking (i.e., act) enquires into objective 
       being (the world) -- 3 Assessment -- 3.1 'Act and being' 
       and rational integrity -- 3.2 Act and being in the 
       interpretation of revelation -- 6 The Kantian inversion of
       'all previous philosophy' -- 1 Standardmisconstruals of 
       the Critique of Pure Reason -- 1.1 The Critique of Pure 
       Reason misconstrued as the thoroughgoing defence of pure 
       reason -- 1.2 The Critique of Pure Reason misconstrued as 
       an assault on metaphysics per se -- 2 Kant's 'Copernican 
       revolution': the inversion of anti-realism (idealism) and 
       realism -- 2.1 From 'things' to 'appearances' -- 2.2 
       'Empirical reality' means 'transcendental ideality' -- 3 
       Empirical realism -- 3.1 Demythologizing the myth of the 
       given: Kant's 'empirical given' versus the critiques of 
       mediacy, immediacy and presence -- 3.2 Appearance 
       (Erscheinung) just is the 'empirically given' -- 3.3 
       Appearance and illusion -- 4 Rational integrity and Kant's
       doctrine of noumena -- 4.1 The Critique as answer to the 
       'Humean problem' -- 4.2 Noumena as regulative entities -- 
       7 Tragedy, empirical history and .nality -- 1 Tragedy and 
       transcendence -- 1.1 Tragedy-as-discourse and tragedy in 
       empirical history -- 1.2 Two .nalities -- 1.3 Attending to
       the tragic (in the narrative of Jesus) -- 2 Theological 
       reference as empirical reference -- 3 The Eucharist as 
       empirical referent -- 8 Penultimacy and Christology 
505 8  1 Penultimacy -- 2 Autonomous and creaturely ways of being
       human -- 3 A 'derivation' of penultimacy as creaturely 
       human being -- 3.1 The human classifying logos and the 
       Logos of God -- 3.2 'Who are you?' as the question of 
       transcendence -- 3.3 'Who are you?' as a question of 
       despair -- 4 Penultimacy and Christian thinking -- 
       Bibliography -- Index 
520    This 2004 book argues for both integrity of reason and 
       integrity of transcendence in discourse about God 
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