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The Mystical Element of Religion (Vol. 1&2)

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    Hügel's The Mystical Element of Religion features a critical but largely appreciative philosophy of mysticism. The author's "three elements of religion" are his most enduring contribution to theological thinking. The human soul, the movements of western civilization, and the phenomena of religion itself he characterized by these three elements: the historical/institutional element, the intellectual/speculative element, and the mystical/experiential element. This typology provided for him an understanding of the balance, tension, and 'friction' that exists in religious thinking and in the complexity of reality and existence. It was an organizing paradigm that remained central to his project. The effort to hold these sometimes disparate dimensions together was structurally and theologically dominant throughout his writing. The main subject of Hügel's study are the life and teaching of Catherine of Genoa (1447-1510), the Italian Roman Catholic saint and mystic, admired for her work among the sick and the poor and remembered because of various writings describing both these actions and her mystical experiences.
    The Three Chief Forces of Western Civilization
    The Three Elements of Religion
    Catherine Fiesca Adorna's Life, up to her Conversion; and the Chief Peculiarities predominant throughout her Convert Years
    Catherine's Life from 1473 to 1506, and its Main Changes and Growth
    Catherine's Last Four Years, 1506-1510
    Catherine's Doctrine
    Catherine's Remains and Cultus
    Battista Vernazza's Life
    Psycho-physical and Temperamental Questions
    The Main Literary Sources of Catherine's Conceptions
    Catherine's Less Ultimate This-World Doctrines
    The After-Life Problems and Doctrines
    The First Three Ultimate Questions
    The Two Final Problems: Mysticism and Pantheism, the Immanence of God, And Spiritual Personality, Human and Divine
    Back Through Asceticism, Social Religion, and the Scientific Habit of Mind, to the Mystical Element of Religion

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    Formato Electrónico (Virtual)EPUB
    Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)1.2
    Peso (Físico)0
    Núm. Páginas896
    Año de Edición2020
    Biografía del Autor

    Friedrich von Hügel (1852-1925) was an influential Austrian Roman Catholic layman, religious writer, Modernist theologian and Christian apologist. He was deeply engaged in theological discussions with a wide group of scholars associated with the turn-of-the-century Modernist controversy. Von Hügel\'s scholarly concerns included the relationship of Christianity to history, ecumenism, mysticism, the philosophy of religion, and the rejection of much of the immanentism in 19th-century theology. His major work was The Mystical Element of Religion, first published in 1908.

    AutorFriedrich von Hügel
    SubtítuloAs Studied in Saint Catherine of Genoa and Her Friends (Complete Edition)
    TítuloThe Mystical Element of Religion (Vol. 1&2)

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