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The Metaphysics of Night: Recovering Soul, Renewing Humanism

by Matthew Del Nevo Transaction Publishers (April 18, 2014)

Arguing for strong aesthetic values, Matthew Del Nevo defends and explains soul and soulful experience, the creation of depth, the ineffable, real presence, beauty, and saving words, noting that the sources...

Mircea Eliade: Myth, Religion, and History

by Nicolae Babuts Transaction Publishers (April 18, 2014)

Mircea Eliade was one of the twentieth century’s foremost scholars of religion and cultural environments. This book examines the emergence, function, and value of religion and myth in Eliade’s work. Each...

Being and Knowing: Reflections of a Thomist

by Frederick D. Wilhelmsen & William Marshner Transaction Publishers (October 27, 2015)

Frederick D. Wilhelmsen’s Being and Knowing, rooted in the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, rests on two basic assertions: first, metaphysics is the science of being in its first and ultimate act, existence...

The Metaphysics of Love

by Frederick D. Wilhelmsen & Patrick Lee Transaction Publishers (October 28, 2015)

The Metaphysics of Love develops the existential metaphysics of St. Thomas Aquinas, applying it to explore the ontological structure of the human person. Published first in 1962, this book demonstrates the fertility...

Theology on Trial: Kierkegaard and Tillich on the Status of Theology

by John Losee Transaction Publishers (January 07, 2015)

Søren Kierkegaard sought to clarify what it means to be a Christian. His dim view of systematic Christian theology includes preoccupation with theological exposition that distracts from the essential task of...