Man and GodeBook - 2009
Man and God is the first of three major works by Xavier Zubiri (1898-1983) on the subject of theology. All three books are posthumous publications, based on lectures given by Zubiri, a famous contemporary Spanish philosopher. Man and God is divided into three parts; the first part serving as an essential introduction to the core of the work. This section, together with the introductions by translators Joaqu'n Redondo and Dr. Thomas B. Fowler provide the reader with the necessary preparation to enjoy the philosophical riches of this book. Here, Zubiri suggests that God is transcendent in all things; therefore, by experiencing the world man has the fundamental experience of God. Translators Redondo, Fowler, and Dr. Nelson Orringer have sought to render the original text into natural and readable English while maintaining fidelity to the original work. This translation is the product of three experts in the thought of Zubiri, with the final revision given here collaboration between Dr. Fowler and Dr. Orringer. This translation was made possible by a grant from the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, c2009
Branch Call Number: ebook
Characteristics: 315 p
Alternative Title: Public Library Complete