2 edition of Gabriel Marcel found in the catalog.
|Series||Makers of contemporary theology|
|LC Classifications||B2430.M254 K4|
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|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||67-76645|
havetheir uestion whatontology is:theyhavetheir formulae. Marcel probes beneath these answers; Jprhimontology ismuchmorethanabodyofdoctrine. Itistheintellectual ex- pression ofthehumansituation; whatisexpressed inthesyllogisms of,forinstance, PereGarrigou-Lagrange, isvalid onlyinsofar asitcatches andsummarises thevery being ofmanandthe universe, . The Philosophy of Gabriel Marcel (Volume XVII, ) The "theistic existentialism" of the French Catholic philosopher Gabriel Marcel is too little known in the English-speaking parts of the world, and too often assimilated uncritically to the philosophy of Sartre, to which it is in many respects diametrically opposed.
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In his introduction to The Philosophy of Existentialism, Gabriel Marcel describes the first three essays, which make up most of the book. The first, “On the Ontological Mystery,” gives the. Reviews “This book brings a new perspective to the philosophy of Gabriel Marcel. Relying on many new sources, Jill Graper Hernandez's analysis and application of Marcel's ethical thinking, especially his critique of materialism and his cautions about technology, are timely and articulation of Marcel's rich philosophy of the human person in .
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Gabriel Marcel (gäbrēĕl´ märsĕl´) –, French philosopher, dramatist, and critic, b. Paris. A leading Christian existentialist, he became a Roman Catholic in He called himself a "concrete philosopher," indicating a reaction to his early idealism.
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Gabriel Honoré Marcel () was a French philosopher, playwright, music critic and Christian existentialist. He wrote many other books, such as Mystery of Being: tion and Mystery,Mystery of Being: 2. Faith and Reality,Metaphysical Journal,Man Against Mass Society,Being and Having - An Existentialist Diary,Philosophical Fragmentsby: Gabriel Marcel, in full Gabriel-Honoré Marcel, (born December 7,Paris, France—died October 8,Paris), French philosopher, dramatist, and critic who was associated with the phenomenological and existentialist movements in 20th-century European philosophy and whose work and style are often characterized as theistic or Christian existentialism (a term Marcel Written: BOOK REVIEW: Gabriel Marcel, HOMO VIATOR.
ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recycled packaging with free standard shipping on U.S. orders over $ The first contact I had with the writings of Gabriel Marcel was inhis book, Being and Having.
The book had the effect of cooling me toward Marcel because so often I really had to struggle to get what he was saying. Next, Homo Viator came a little more easily but was still difficult, especially the parts about hope and Size: KB. "Gabriel Marcel," writes Professor Seymour Cain in this exceptionally penetrating study of the French existential philosopher, "belongs in the illustrious company of Martin Buber, Nicolas Berdyaev, and others who have struggled to renew and reintegrate the shattered human spirit in this terrible century.".
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Rome n'est plus dans Rome by Marcel Gabriel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Marcel's philosophical search for being begins from no other existen tial experience than his own. His whole philosophical method derives its origin from his own personality, his love of music and his artistic vision of drama.
Marcel himself is convinced "that it is in drama and through drama. Gabriel Marcel has been described as a theistic or Christian existentialist. Born in Paris of Protestant parents, he converted to Roman Catholicism in.
On Reading Marcel for the first time in 30 years. I bought a copy of Gabriel Marcel’s The Existential Background of Human Dignity at a used-book store and have started reading it.
I don’t remember if The Mystery of Being was this frustrating to read or not (I last read it over 30 years ago), but this “stream-of-consciousness“ style is frustrating, at times even infuriating, in a. Read this book on Questia. The Mystery of Being - Vol. 1 by Gabriel Marcel, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Mystery of Being - Vol.
1 (). French existentialist philosopher Gabriel Marcel (–) is one of the most influential thinkers of the twentieth century. The central themes of his philosophy, which are developed with a blend of realism, concreteness, and common sense, continue to be relevant for the plight of humanity in the twentieth-first century.
Gabriel Marcel and American Philosophy: The Religious Dimension of Experience examines the philosophy of Gabriel Marcel and its relationship to key figures in classical American Philosophy, in particular Josiah Royce, William Ernest Hocking, and Henry Bugbee.
Few scholars have taken Brand: Marcel Press. The Mystery of Being contains the most systematic exposition of the philosophical thought of Gabriel Marcel, a convert to Catholicism and the most distinguished twentieth-century exponent of Christian existentialism.
Its two volumes are the Gifford lectures which Marcel delivered in Aberdeen, Scotland, in and Brand: St. Augustine's Press.
Gabriel Marcel was born on December 7,into a Parisian bourgeois family. His father had a distinguished career as a government official, diplomat, and curator, holding the rank of councillor.
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Marcel observed (in Being and Having) that “Cartesianism implies a severance between intellect and life; its result is a depreciation of the one, and an exaltation of the other, both arbitrary.”Descartes is famous for having purposefully doubted all of his ideas and for splitting the interior self off.