Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Modern Theology issue: Faith, rationality, and the passions

Modern Theology has just released a cracking good special issue on faith, rationality, and the passions, edited by Sarah Coakley:

  • Sarah Coakley, INTRODUCTION: FAITH, RATIONALITY AND THE PASSIONS (pages 217–225)
  • William T. Cavanaugh, THE INVENTION OF FANATICISM (pages 226–237)
  • Catherine Pickstock, THE LATE ARRIVAL OF LANGUAGE: WORD, NATURE AND THE DIVINE IN PLATO'S CRATYLUS (pages 238–262)
  • Columba Stewart, EVAGRIUS PONTICUS AND THE EASTERN MONASTIC TRADITION ON THE INTELLECT AND THE PASSIONS (pages 263–275)
  • John Milbank, HUME VERSUS KANT: FAITH, REASON AND FEELING (pages 276–297)
  • Thomas Dixon, REVOLTING PASSIONS (pages 298–312)
  • Stephen Mulhall, WITTGENSTEIN ON FAITH, RATIONALITY AND THE PASSIONS (pages 313–324)
  • Gerald L. Clore, PSYCHOLOGY AND THE RATIONALITY OF EMOTION (pages 325–338)
  • Michael L. Spezio, THE NEUROSCIENCE OF EMOTION AND REASONING IN SOCIAL CONTEXTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MORAL THEOLOGY (pages 339–356)
  • Sarah Coakley, POSTSCRIPT: WHAT (IF ANYTHING) CAN THE SCIENCES TELL PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY ABOUT FAITH, RATIONALITY AND THE PASSIONS? (pages 357–361)
And speaking of special issues, the journal Theology in Scotland has a new issue devoted to the life and theology of T. F. Torrance: Jason has all the details.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks good! But where's a paper Kierkegaard?

Anonymous said...

Merold Westphal's got a paper on “Kierkegaard on Faith, Reason, and Passion” in an upcoming issue of Faith and Philosophy, which will include the other half of the papers given at Sarah Coakley's conference on “Faith, Rationality and the Passions.”

Sccye said...

Sadly, I can't get access to the journal and this sounds like a very exciting edition. Is there a way to get free readership of it?

Anonymous said...

Obviously not

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