Scattering the Seed Hardback

A Guide Through Balthasar's Early Writings on Philosophy and the Arts

by Aidan Nichols OP;


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Scattering the Seed

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This book investigates Balthasar's early explorations of music and the other arts, before launching into a ramifying but controlled survey of his - often highly original - interpretations of major philosophers and literary figures in the European tradition from the early modern period until the 1930s. Balthasar seeks not only to discover elements of truth, goodness and beauty generally in a rich range of figures, where especial attention is given to the classical German philosophers (Fichte, Schelling, Hegel) and Nietzsche, as well as to dramatists and novelists (notably Goethe, Schiller and Dostoevsky), as well as to intellectual giants of his own century, such as Bergson, Scheler and Barth. He also intends to prove that writers who had lost a living contact with the biblical revelation carried by Christianity were incapable of reconstituting a synthesis of ideas about the goal of man and the universe which could be taken for granted in the high Medieval epoch.;At the same time, the modern writers he investigates add, in his view, crucial enhancements of human understanding - particularly in relation to history and the human subject - which must be factored into any new overall vision of the future of the human soul and indeed the human species in its cosmic environment.

Scattering the Seed by Aidan Nichols OP was published by Continuum in April 2006. The ISBN for Scattering the Seed is 9780567031013.

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Page last updated 8th December 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formathardback
PublisherContinuum (April 2006)
Weight562g
Number of Pages288
Thickness20 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
ISBN9780567031013
ISBN-100567031012
Product Code119173
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