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作者 Fraenkel, Carlos, 1971-
書名 Philosophical religions from Plato to Spinoza : reason, religion, and autonomy / Carlos Fraenkel
出版項 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012
國際標準書號 9780521194570 (hardback)
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館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 民族所圖書館  BL51 .F64 2012    在架上    30520020770914
 人社中心  BL51 F64 2013    在架上    30560400490402
 文哲所  210.11 F799    在架上    30580003039745
說明 xxvii, 328 pages ; 24 cm
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附註 "For many thinkers from Antiquity until the Enlightenment, no meaningful distinction between philosophy and religion was possible. Instead, the concept of a philosophical religion was strongly influential on pagan, Jewish, Christian and Muslim philosophers alike. Carlos Fraenkel provides the first account of this concept and traces its history back to Plato, the Jewish Philo of Alexandria and the Christians Clement of Alexandria and Origen. He then follows it through the medieval period in both Islamic and Jewish forms; he closely analyses its appearance in the work of Spinoza in the early modern period; and he shows how it largely disappeared after the Enlightenment, when religion began to be increasingly regarded as a promoter of ignorance and superstition from which philosophy needed to be liberated. His rich and wide-ranging book will appeal to anyone interested in how philosophy has interacted with Jewish, Christian, and Muslim religious traditions over the centuries"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references (p. 301-317) and index
Reason, divine nomoi, and self-rule in Plato; 2. Moses, Christ and the universal rule of reason in antiquity; 3. Communities of reason in the Islamic world; 4. Christianity as a philosophical religion in Spinoza
Lib. has: Reprinted 2013. ISSP.
主題 Philosophy and religion
Philosophy -- History
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