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The Philosophy of Human Nature in Christian Perspective


Edited By Peter Weigel and Joseph Prud’homme

In this work, leading contemporary philosophers discuss key facets of the human person from a variety of perspectives in Christian thought. This closely woven volume includes chapters by Nicholas Wolterstorff on the distinction between humans and other animals; Robert Sokolowski on language; Marilyn McCord Adams on the presence of the Holy Spirit in human beings; Roland Teske on the soul and soteriology; Nicolas Austriaco on bioethics and human nature; J. Hayes Hurley on consciousness; and Germain Grisez on death and immortality. An excellent source for scholars, this book is also ideal for courses in philosophy, theology, and psychology.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

The philosophy of human nature in Christian perspective / edited by Peter J. Weigel, Joseph G. Prud’homme. pages cm. — (Washington College studies in religion, politics, and culture; Vol. 7) Includes bibliographical references. 1. Theological anthropology—Christianity. 2. Theological anthropology— Catholic Church. I. Weigel, Peter J., editor. BT701.3.P54 233’.5—dc23 2014033110 ISBN 978-1-4331-2869-1 (hardcover) ISBN 978-1-4539-1454-0 (e-book) ISSN 2151-7010

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