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by Kenneth L. Schmitz

eBook At the Center of the Human Drama: The Philosophy of Karol Wojtyla/Pope John Paul II (Michael J. Mcgivney Lectures of the John Paul II Institute) download ISBN: 0813207800
Author: Kenneth L. Schmitz
Publisher: The Catholic University of America Press (January 1, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 182
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Kenneth L. Schmitz is professor of philosophy emeritus at Trinity College, University of Toronto, and professor of philosophy at the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, .

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As Pope John Paul II continues to make his mark in the history of the Roman Catholic Church and of the world, this book will prove invaluable to philosophers, theologians, and the educated reader who wishes learn more.

As Pope John Paul II continues to make his mark in the history of the Roman Catholic Church and of the world, this book will prove invaluable to philosophers, theologians, and the educated reader who wishes learn more about his thought. Paperback, 182 pages. Published December 1st 1993 by Catholic University of America Press (first published October 1993). At the Center of the Human Drama: The Philosophical Anthropology of Karol Wojtyla/Pope John Paul II (Michael J. Mcgivney Lectures of the John Paul I). ISBN. 0813207800 (ISBN13: 9780813207803).

As Pope John Paul II continues to make his mark in the history of the Roman Catholic Church and of the world, this book . Wojtyla's primary philosophical interest lies in the field of ethics, but Schmitz also points out that Wojtyla's interest is worked out in the context of an understanding of the nature and destiny of human beings.

Drawing on Pope John Paul II's work on ethics and suffering, I argue that Singer's utilitarian theory of value is impoverished. After introducing the Pope's ethic based on the imago dei, I discuss love as self-gift ) in which spiritual goods. After introducing the Pope's ethic based on the imago dei, I discuss love as self-gift ) in which spiritual goods are preeminent over material goods. I then describe how suffering reveals spiritual goods, discussing how participation in Christ's suffering can alter our perception of value.

9780813207803 Series: Michael J. McGivney Lectures of the John Paul II Institute Stock No: WW207809. Kenneth L. Schmitz examines the writings of Karol Wojtyla, from his early dramas to his later theological works.

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INTRODUCTION: The Christian Philosophy of John Paul I. In the year 1994, Time magazine chose Pope John Paul II as its Man of the Year. The subject of this book, the human person as the efficient cause of his own action, locates the very center of Wojtyła’s philosophy.

INTRODUCTION: The Christian Philosophy of John Paul II. (pp. xi-xxvi). Time explained its choice, noting that the Pope’s. One reason for this is the intrinsic unity and constant interrelation of anthropology and ethics in the thought of Wojtyła. Schmitz examines the writings of Karol Wojtyla, from his early dramas to his later theological works

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John Paul II/Karol Wojtyla, The Story of Jesuits. Polish translation of: "Persona est sui iuris: Reflections on the foundations of Karol Wojtyla's philosophy of the person", by John F. Crosby.

Relying upon many translations of Wojtyla's work (some not available in English), Schmitz locates Wojtyla's philosophy of human nature in the broad tradition of Christian personalism. This book will prove invaluable to scholars and educated readers who wish to learn more about the thought of the leader of one of the world's major religions.