Oxford University Press (2012)

This book is an analysis of Karl Barth's understanding of the relationship between theology and philosophy. Kenneth Oakes shows the complexity and variability of Barth's thoughts on theology and philosophy and challenges the typical views that Barth was either too hostile towards philosophy or too indebted to it
Keywords Theology  Philosophy and religion
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Call number BX4827.B3.O22 2012
ISBN(s) 9780199661169   0199661162
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