5 edition of History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination found in the catalog.
History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination
October 1, 1999
by Philosophy Documentation Center
Written in English
|Contributions||Allan Fitzgerald (Editor), Mark Vessey (Editor), Karla Pollmann (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||334|
If you think of Apocalypse as a pop-culture-obsessed cousin to James K. A. Smith’s How (Not) To Be Secular, you have a good feel for the book. Both texts lean heavily on Charles Taylor but whereas Smith’s book is chiefly a condensation of A Secular Age, Wilkinson and Joustra review Taylor’s corpus more broadly while also linking it with. Books shelved as secularism: Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism by Susan Jacoby, The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, A Secular Age by Charle.
Conflicts between the religious and the secular have given way to confrontations between sacred and profane. Apocalypse has entered fully into modern history, and it may be here to stay." Jeffrey C. Alexander, Yale University "The apocalyptic imagination, the idea that historical time could come to an end is indeed a fascinating : $ apocalypse 의미, 정의, apocalypse의 정의: 1. a very serious event resulting in great destruction and change: 2. in the Bible, the total. 자세히 알아보기.
What have notions of apocalypse come to mean for the secular – or post-secular – imagination, particularly in the contexts of genocide, nuclear threat, global terrorism and environmental catastrophe? The biblical Apocalypse concludes with a vision of a ‘new heaven and a new earth’. Continuing a Tradition. Illustrating the apocalypse has been a long lasting artistic tradition since Medieval times. The creators behind The Apocalypse: The Revelation of Saint John the Divine mention German Renaissance artist, Albrecht Dürer, and his Apocalypse illustrations as an influence for their project. As such, both the Girona Beatus and The Apocalypse are part of the same rich.
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: History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination: New Essays on Augustine's City of God (): Allan Fitzgerald, Mark Vessey, Karla Pollmann: Books. Against a volume that includes Hannah Arendt and the Late Antique grammarian Servius, the accusation of disjointedness might be legitimately leveled.
Such a criticism, however, fails to appreciate the bold attempt at interdisciplinary dialogue inherent in History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination. The editors have admirably selected a varied cast of classicists, patristic scholars, medievalists, early.
Buy History, Apocalypse & the Secular Imagination: New Essays on Augustine's City of God by Allan Fitzgerald, Mark Vessey, Karla Pollmann (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Abstract This volume contains the select proceedings of the conference, "History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Augustine's City of God, which was held at the University of British Columbia in September Cited by: 7.
History, Apocalypse, and the Secular History New Essays on Augustine's City of GodCited by: 7. Vol Issue 2, History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination.
Michael J. Hollerich. Pages Cited by: 4. History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination:New Essays on Augustine's City of God. Surviving Secular Apocalypse: A “How-To” Book for the End of the World. Justin Bailey general public and the Secular Imagination book lose interest after awhile.
But, there’s something about the end of the world that captures the imagination. selling almost 30 million copies. Lindsey’s book – the first of its kind to be published by a mainstream press.
The Book of Revelation (often called the Revelation to John, Apocalypse of John, the Revelation from Jesus Christ (from its opening words), the Apocalypse, The Revelation, or simply Revelation) is the final book of the New Testament, and consequently is also the final book of the Christian title is derived from the first word of the Koine Greek text: apokalypsis, meaning "unveiling.
The posts in this series, Confronting Our Environmental Apocalypse, consider various traditions, ideas, and/or authors in the search for imaginative ways to give voice to our current ecological disaster. Attending a Catholic middle school and high school, I was nonetheless raised to think for myself and question everything.
A Secular Apocalypse. By Rev. Robert Barron. A wise professor of mine, Msgr. Robert Sokolowski, once commented that, with the rise of Protestantism and modernity, an integrated Catholicism blew up and its twisted pieces now litter the contemporary intellectual landscape.
Apocalyptic literature, literary genre that foretells supernaturally inspired cataclysmic events that will transpire at the end of the world. A product of the Judeo-Christian tradition, apocalyptic literature is characteristically pseudonymous; it takes narrative form, employs esoteric language, expresses a pessimistic view of the present, and treats the final events as imminent.
Secular, atheistic visions of the End appeared early in that century, but after Darwin published The Origin of Species inscientific ideas about the destiny of humanity dominated secular apocalypticism, especially in the United States.
The Apocalyptic Imagination Paranoia, History, and Violence Charles B. Strozier “Apocalypsis” is a transliteration of the Greek word apokalypsis meaning “to uncover or disclose.” Within the Judeo-Christian tradition it means the specific ways in which God reveals himself or herself to humans.
For nonliteral Christians, suchFile Size: KB. History, apocalypse, and the secular imagination: new essays on Augustine's City of God: proceedings of a colloquium held at Green College, the University of British Columbia, September Author.
ANTICHRIST SUPERSTAR AND THE PAPERBACK APOCALYPSE. Ever since Chicken Little started the trend, it hasn't taken much to set people going with cries of “The sky is falling!”The deciding factor seems to be more the psychological state of the doom-criers than the apparent proximity of doom.
For Christians, the primary resource for the apocalyptic imagination is the last book of the New Testament, the Book of Revelation. This and other texts have given rise to a set of extremely influential conceptions that are related together within various apocalyptic narratives, religious and secular.
In History and Eschatology: Jesus and the Promise of Natural Theology (SPCK, ), the book based on his Gifford Lectures, N. Wright helps us recover the historical meaning of.
From Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, which was finished into Gogol’s Dead Souls, published inthe Emperor-horseman of the Apocalypse took a long journey through Europe to Russia and back, in order to end up, after one century, celebrated in a secular apocalypse by Kojève.
The battle of Jena was a kind of Kojèvian Armageddon. Conflicts between the religious and the secular have given way to confrontations between sacred and profane.
Apocalypse has entered fully into modern history, and it may be here to stay." Jeffrey C. Alexander, Yale University "The apocalyptic imagination, the idea that historical time could come to an end is indeed a fascinating by:.
The Book of Revelation becomes for Christians the most prominent example of that kind of view of history, but certainly not unique. [There are] at least a dozen or so other books that are very.Since its inception, the story of the apocalypse has been used as a means by which to understand the world and one's place in it.
The appeal of the apocalyptic myth is largely rooted in its ability to make sense of instances of crisis by incorporating those crises into a larger plan for history and an end of time that God has planned.Vol Issue 2, History, Apocalypse, and the Secular Imagination.
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