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Faith and beauty : a theological aesthetic, Edward Farley

Label
Faith and beauty : a theological aesthetic
Title
Faith and beauty
Title remainder
a theological aesthetic
Statement of responsibility
Edward Farley
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Farley (theology, Vanderbilt U.) offers in this slim volume a satisfyingly profound exegesis on the question of beauty's relation to faith within the Christian tradition. No stranger to contemporary theory, and well versed in philosophy, Farley writes from a Christian perspective as he examines faith and beauty's tumultuous relationship to build a case for the innate presence of the divine within the beautiful
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
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1929-2014
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Farley, Edward
Index
index present
LC call number
BR115.A8
LC item number
F37 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Aesthetics
  • Aesthetics
  • Esthetica
  • Geloof
  • Religieuze aspecten
Label
Faith and beauty : a theological aesthetic, Edward Farley
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The Great Theory in the Middle Ages
  • The Process Transmutation of the Great Theory of Beauty
  • Beauty as Being
  • Beauty as Sensibility
  • Precursors of the Eighteenth-century Turn
  • The New Problematic of Beauty in the Eighteenth Century
  • The Psychological Relocation of Beauty
  • The Problem of Taste
  • The Sublime
  • Legacies and Ambiguities
  • Beauty as the Beast : Traditional and Postmodern Expressions
  • Beauty as Benevolence
  • Primary and Secondary Beauty
  • Beauty as Community
  • Beauty and God
  • The Problem of Objectivity
  • Beauty and Self-transcendence
  • Beauty in Human Self-transcendence
  • Human Self-transcendence without Beauty
  • Self-transcendence as Passionate Subjectivity
  • Self-transcendence as Intentional Meaning
  • Beauty and the Postmodern
  • Self-transcendence as Radical Responsibility
  • The Aesthetic Aspect of Self-transcendence
  • Beauty as a Transcendental Condition of Experience
  • Beyond Self-preoccupation through Beauty
  • The Beauty of the Graceful Body
  • Paths to Beauty in Twentieth-century Theology
  • Anti-Aesthetic Protestant Approaches to Beauty
  • Twentieth-century Catholic Theologies of Beauty
  • The Beauty of Human Redemption
  • The Image of God as Self-transcendence
  • Beauty as the Beast in Christian Traditions
  • Formal and Ethical Self-transcendence
  • The Image of God as Potentiality and Actuality
  • Hebraic and Christian Iconoclasms
  • Beauty as Being : The Irrepressible Character of Beauty
  • The 'Great Theory of Beauty'
  • The Olympian Cosmogonies
  • The Platonic Tradition
Control code
45667844
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 122 p.
Isbn
9780754604532
Isbn Type
(hb)
Lccn
00054278
System control number
(OCoLC)45667844
Label
Faith and beauty : a theological aesthetic, Edward Farley
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The Great Theory in the Middle Ages
  • The Process Transmutation of the Great Theory of Beauty
  • Beauty as Being
  • Beauty as Sensibility
  • Precursors of the Eighteenth-century Turn
  • The New Problematic of Beauty in the Eighteenth Century
  • The Psychological Relocation of Beauty
  • The Problem of Taste
  • The Sublime
  • Legacies and Ambiguities
  • Beauty as the Beast : Traditional and Postmodern Expressions
  • Beauty as Benevolence
  • Primary and Secondary Beauty
  • Beauty as Community
  • Beauty and God
  • The Problem of Objectivity
  • Beauty and Self-transcendence
  • Beauty in Human Self-transcendence
  • Human Self-transcendence without Beauty
  • Self-transcendence as Passionate Subjectivity
  • Self-transcendence as Intentional Meaning
  • Beauty and the Postmodern
  • Self-transcendence as Radical Responsibility
  • The Aesthetic Aspect of Self-transcendence
  • Beauty as a Transcendental Condition of Experience
  • Beyond Self-preoccupation through Beauty
  • The Beauty of the Graceful Body
  • Paths to Beauty in Twentieth-century Theology
  • Anti-Aesthetic Protestant Approaches to Beauty
  • Twentieth-century Catholic Theologies of Beauty
  • The Beauty of Human Redemption
  • The Image of God as Self-transcendence
  • Beauty as the Beast in Christian Traditions
  • Formal and Ethical Self-transcendence
  • The Image of God as Potentiality and Actuality
  • Hebraic and Christian Iconoclasms
  • Beauty as Being : The Irrepressible Character of Beauty
  • The 'Great Theory of Beauty'
  • The Olympian Cosmogonies
  • The Platonic Tradition
Control code
45667844
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 122 p.
Isbn
9780754604532
Isbn Type
(hb)
Lccn
00054278
System control number
(OCoLC)45667844

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