3 edition of The Philosophy of Monotheism found in the catalog.
July 27, 2006
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||448|
Overview. The Cambridge Elements Series in Religion and Monotheism publishes original concise volumes on monotheism and its significance. As the commitment to just one God, monotheism has occupied inquirers at least since the time of the Biblical patriarchs, and it continues to attract interdisciplinary academic work today. Includes the previously published articles "The Theological Interpretation of Myth" and "Polycentric Polytheism and the Philosophy of Religion", as well as the previously unpublished essays "Neoplatonism and Polytheism" and "A Theological Exegesis of the Iliad, Book One".
Digication ePortfolio:: Timeline in Philosophy and Religion by Mikhail Sergeev at The University of the Arts. BEFORE COMMON ERA c. Age of Biblical Patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac and Jacob In the religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam Abraham is revered as the pioneer of monotheism. Abraham’s son Ishmael from the Egyptian slave woman Hagar, became the forefather of the Arab. Tracing a dialectical path, The Maturing of Monotheism emphasises the plausibility of Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and kindred forms of monotheism and responds to anti-theistic challenges of our day. These include materialism, determinism, the denial of objective value, the pervasiveness of evil, and predictions of human individual and collective extinction. The book reviews traditional.
THE PROBLEM OF EARLY MONOTHEISM. The Bible teaches that monotheism was the earliest conception of God. The very first verse of Genesis is monotheistic: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Gen. ). All the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, reflect an early monotheism (Gen. ). Philosophy Talk relies on the support of listeners like you to stay on the air and online. Any contribution, large or small, helps us produce intelligent, reflective radio that questions everything, including our most deeply-held beliefs about science, morality, culture, and the human condition.
Monotheism is the belief in the existence of one deity, or in the oneness or uniqueness of God. It is a The Philosophy of Monotheism book of Theism, and is usually contrasted with Polytheism (the belief in multiple gods) and Atheism (the absence of any belief in gods).
The Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity and Islam), as well as Plato's concept of God, all affirm monotheism, and this is the usual conception debated. God’s self-identification also points to the real, anthropological, meaning of the ism called "monotheism." A portion of Glouberman’s book is devoted to illustrating the Bible’s live relevance in many of the areas where modern philosophers congregate, including moral philosophy, political philosophy, metaphysics, and : Mark Glouberman.
This book is both a decisive departure from such discussions and an attempt to add a further, post-modern, statement to their ongoing development. As departure, it refuses to take for granted a philosophical conception of Religion of Reason as the standard for Ethical Monotheism according to which Judaism was to be evaluated or reformed.
Erlewine articulates his thesis of the religion of reason trajectory, which fuses the integrity of monotheism with the intellectual sustainability of the Enlightenment. The religio-philosophical tradition that he traces, derived from Moses Mendelssohn, Immanuel Kant, and Hermann Cohen, seeks to ameliorate monotheistic intolerance without Cited by: 4.
Moses and Monotheism () was Sigmund Freud's final book on the topic of religion in which presented himself as a “godless Jew." The book provides a critique of traditional Judaism by way of an Oedipal analysis of a deified Moses and a defense of a modern humanistic Judaism.
According to scholar R. Friedman, “It. Ethical Monotheism offers a new way to think about Judaism as a religion and as a coherent philosophical debate, and demonstrates the need to integrate philosophy, history, cognitive psychology, anthropology, theology, and history of science in the study of "religion.".
End of the many: The roots of monotheism in Greek philosophy The story of Israel’s slow and sometimes traumatized movement toward a doctrine of monotheism is not the only source for eventual Christian development of the One-God idea. In his book The Price of Monotheism, published in German inJan Assmann argues that monotheism changes the shape of religion by construing the one god as the only true god among false gods.
Assmann argues that a certain kind of monotheism–revolutionary monotheism–finds its one god incompatible with any other god, because the god is not only superior but true, real.
The polytheistic religions agree with monotheism, for the most part, in construing the gods in personalistic terms, but they acknowledge a plurality of gods. Pantheists, on the other hand, usually accept the singularity of the deity, but reject the transcendence, identifying the deity more closely with the ordinary universe, perhaps as a.
Associated further for the purpose of studies with Catholic, Unification and Coptic churches and followed an inquisitive path of holistic studies, which led him to write two books; The Satanic Diseases, The Philosophy of Monotheism. Western monotheism proves itself to be multi-significant and heterogeneous, producing boundary-setting as well as boundary-crossing tendencies, is the common thesis of the authors of this book, who have been collectively debating this theme for two years in an interdisciplinary scholarly setting.
Book: The Philosophy of Monotheism by Author Qamrul Khanson. likes. Buy this book from. Monotheism - Monotheism - The spectrum of views: monotheisms and quasi-monotheisms: The God of monotheism is the one real god that is believed to exist or, in any case, that is acknowledged as such.
God’s essence and character are believed to be unique and fundamentally different from all other beings that can be considered more or less comparable—e.g., the gods of other religions. This book is both a decisive departure from such discussions and an attempt to add a further, post-modern, statement to their ongoing development.
As departure, it refuses to take for granted a philosophical conception of Religion of Reason as the standard for Ethical Monotheism according to which Judaism was to be evaluated or reformed.
Digication ePortfolio:: Timeline in Philosophy and Religion by Mikhail Sergeev at The University of the Arts. BEFORE COMMON ERA c. Moses, founder of Judaism, leads Israelites from Egypt Moses is the founding father of Judaism and its most important prophet to whom God reveals his Law on Mount Sinai.
The sacred law that Moses delivers to the Israelites as a sign of the covenant between. Monotheism, belief in the existence of one god, or in the oneness of such, it is distinguished from polytheism, the belief in the existence of many gods, from atheism, the belief that there is no god, and from agnosticism, the belief that the existence or nonexistence of a god or of gods is unknown or eism characterizes the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Jan Assmann’s Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism. Richard J. Bernstein - - Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 21 (2) Monotheism & Ethics: Historical and Contemporary Intersections Among Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Book Description: The Bible is philosophy.
God's "I AM WHO I AM" asserts its principle, an ontological principle having to do with the nature of persons.
Western religion, confusing the principle for a person, rests on a mistake. Greek-based philosophy, missing the principle, is deficient. God\'s self-identification also points to the real, anthropological, meaning of the ism called \'monotheism.\' A portion of Glouberman\'s book is devoted to illustrating the Bible\'s live relevance in many of the areas where modern philosophers congregate, including moral philosophy, political philosophy, metaphysics, and epistemology.
The Book of Monotheism Kitaab at-Tawheed God and the Universe A Manual of Sunni Theology By Shaykh Abu Mansoor al-Maturidi Translation & Commentary By Sulaiman Ahmed Hardback Pages ISBN: Publisher: Maturidi Publication First ever English translation - with commentary - of the First Half of 'Kitaab at-Tawheed'.
A few years ago Dr. Carol Copp (retired professor of sociology, CSUF) presented an overview of a book Rodney Stark entitled One True God: The Historical Consequences of Monotheism to an audience of humanists.
Stark’s book and Dr. Copp’s lecture raise a number of questions regarding the sociological and historical effects of monotheism, which many of her secular audience tended to see in a. The monotheist turn made philosophy and science possible.
This was the move of most of the Presocratic philosophers and of Socrates himself, probably Plato, and certainly Aristotle.Hiroaki Inami, a blogger and professor of philosophy at the University of Tokyo, uses the term "post-monotheism" to describe the religious viewpoints of the writers D.
H. Lawrence and Shinobu interprets Lawrence’s The Escaped Cock () and Orikuchi’s The Book of the Dead () as presenting "a vision and a possibility of a new universal religion, which is, in a sense, a.