The Philosophy of Jesus

The Philosophy of Jesus

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Baker & Taylor
Looking at Jesus as a complete human being and philosopher, explores the most radical revolution in the history of philosophy--the differences Jesus made to metaphysics, epistemology, anthropology, and philosophical ethics and politics.

Blackwell North Amer
This book (1) looks at Jesus as a complete human being (as well as divine), therefore also as a philosopher; (2) looks at philosophy as Jesus' pre-modern contemporaries did, as a wisdom, a world-view, and a way of life rather than as a super-science (Descartes, Hegel) or as a servant-science (Hobbes, Hume); and (3) looks at philosophy in light of Jesus rather than at Jesus in light of philosophy.
This work explores the most radical revolution in the history of philosophy, the differences Jesus made to metaphysics (the philosophy of being), to epistemology (the philosophy of knowing), to anthropology (the philosophy of man), and to philosophical ethics and politics. And, besides, it has the greatest ending of any philosophy book in a century.

Baker
& Taylor

Looks at Jesus as a complete human being and philosopher, and explores the most radical revolution in the history of philosophy--the differences Jesus made to metaphysics, epistemology, anthropology, and philosophical ethics and politics.

Publisher: South Bend, Ind. : St. Augustine's Press, 2007
ISBN: 9781587316357
1587316358
Characteristics: vi, 162 p. ; 19 cm

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Greg GAUDET
Mar 02, 2012

As usual Peter Kreeft has provided an excellent explanation of his subject. This book should be read by all Christians and anyone else who is interested in understanding the man's search for meaning.

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