Human existence: contradiction and hope: existential reflections past and present. Translated by Elizabeth Reinecke and Paul C. Bailey.


Notre Dame, Ind. University of Notre Dame Press [1967] .

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Standard Title Widerspruch und Hoffnung des Daseins. English
Subjects Philosophie.
Philosophy.
Description ix, 171 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Translation of Widerspruch und Hoffnung des Daseins.
"Notes" (bibliographical) pages 167-168.
Contents The boundaries of knowledge in natural science: Pascal -- The experience of Biblical truth: Johann Georg Hamann -- Indestructible hope: Ernst Bloch -- Modern atheism: Descartes to Kafka -- Human fear and the Christian message -- Human existence: mystery -- Myth and demythologizing: Bultmann -- The humor of mortal man: the Book of Ecclesiastes -- The revolt of the pious: the Book of Job -- The truth of music -- Childhood: the basic pattern of existence.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)294789
(OCoLC)ocm00294789
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WorldCat Identities Strolz, Walter, 1927-
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