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Philo: Foundations of Religious Philosophy in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Volume 1: Structure and Growth of Philosophical Systems from Plato to Spinoza

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$105.00 • £84.95 • €94.50

ISBN 9780674021143

Publication Date: 01/01/1962

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  • 1. Hellenistic Judaism and Philo
    • Hellenistic Jewish Attitude toward Greek Religion and Philosophy
    • Phio on Polytheism, Mythology, and Mysteries
    • Discordance, Conformity, Apostasy
  • 2. Handmaid of Scripture
    • Behind the Allegorical Method
    • The Allegorical Method
    • Origin of Scripture and Origin of Philosophy
    • Faith and Reason
    • Conclusion, Influence, Anticipation
  • 3. Scriptural Presuppositions
  • 4. God, the World of Ideas, and the Logos
    • God and the Ideas
    • Ideas
    • Powers
    • The Intelligible World and the Logos
    • Relations between God, the Logos, and the Ideas
    • Logos and Wisdom
    • The Instrumentality of the Logos, Powers, and Wisdom
    • The Fiction of Intermediaries
    • Conclusion, Influence, Anticipation
  • 5. Creation and the Structure of the World
    • Criticism of Aristotle and the Stoics
    • Plato’s Timaeus and the Book of Genesis
    • Place, Time, Eternity
    • Conclusion, Influence, Anticipation
  • 6. The Immanent Logos, Laws of Nature, Miracles
    • Immanent Logos
    • Laws of Nature
    • Miracles
    • Conclusion, Influence, Anticipation
  • 7. Souls, Angels, Immortality
    • Living Beings
    • Unbodied Souls or Angels
    • Animals and the Irrational Soul of Man
    • The Rational Soul of Man
    • Immortality of the Soul
    • Conclusion, Influence, Anticipation
  • 8. Free Will
    • Miracles and Freedom
    • The Choice of Good and Evil
    • Conclusion, Influence, Anticipation

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