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1 Personalism - Emmanuel Mounier
Auteur : Emmanuel Mounier
Genre : Philosophy
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

2 Personalism - Emmanuel Mounier
Auteur : Emmanuel Mounier
Genre : Philosophy
This volume is Mounier's final definition of personalism. First published less than a year before his death in 1950, it is a beautifully written, clear yet unsystematic statement of personalism.

Providence
3 Providence and Personalism - Darren M. Kennedy
Auteur : Darren M. Kennedy
Genre : Christianity
Karl Barth of fered ‘Church Dogmatics ’III.3 as a 'radical correction' of Reformed Orthodoxy's doctrine of providence. This book assesses this claim and argues that III.3 represents a personalist' revision of providence which can only be understood through Barth's ad hoc use of philosophical resources. Barth's doctrine of providence remains theology proper, and not philosophy, but cannot be understood without philosophy. Setting Barth in conversation with three philosophical theologians, Vincent Brümmer, John Macmurray and Austin Farrer, this book shows Barth's distance from pre-modern understandings of providence. The conversations equip the reader to discern the continuities and discontinuities between III.3 and twentieth-century personal, relational philosophy, thereby making sense of many of Barth's counterintuitive claims. Through contrast with the philosophical theologians, Ba

Economic
4 The Need for Economic Personalism. - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Introduction For the past few years, a select group of Christian social thinkers have engaged in dialogue with free-market economists concerning the morality of market activity. This friendly interdisciplinary exchange inspired the conception of a new subdiscipline that sought to synthesize central aspects of theology and economics, thereby giving rise to a new body of scholarship termed economic personalism. This essay introduces economic personalism in its historical, philosophical, and practical components.

Ethical
Foundation
Economy
Reflection
Economic
Thought
5 The Ethical Foundation of the Market Economy: A Reflection on Economic Personalism in the Thought of Luigi Sturzo (Essay) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Luigi Sturzo (1871-1959)--Sicilian priest, intellectual, and founder of the Italian Popular Party--produced a corpus of serious reflection on the moral foundation of the free economy. My intent here is to discuss four theoretical foundations that enable a link to be developed between classical liberalism, the market economy, and Catholic social thought: methodological personalism; the interdependence of moral, political, economic, and cultural liberty; the separation of powers; and the creative subjectivity of the human person. Each of these elements are found in the thought of Luigi Sturzo and John Paul II, who, in my view, contribute substantially to the development of economic personalism. "What is liberalism? It is 'humanistic,' which means: It starts from the premise that the nature of man is capable of good and that it fulfills itself in 'community,' that his destination stretches

Economic
Phenomenological
Analysis
6 What is Economic Personalism? A Phenomenological Analysis (Essay) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Much like phenomenology, the philosophical movement of economic personalism has preceded its complete and clear awareness of itself as a philosophical position. This article attempts to articulate what exactly this position is by employing a phenomenological analysis. The organization of this investigation consists of three parts. The first is a linguistic analysis of the names economics and personalism that attempts to arrive at a joint meaning of these terms. The second is a regressive inquiry from meaning to a priori apprehension, and this examination is aimed at making the essential nature of economic personalism perspicuous. The third presents the necessary and sufficient conditions for either conduct or a situation to qualify as an object in the domain of economic personalism. Introduction
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Influence
Christian
Theology
Dignity
Christian
Controversy
Immanuel
8 The Influence of Kant on Christian Theology: A Debate About Human Dignity and Christian Personalism (Controversy) (Immanuel Kant) (Essay) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Introduction In recent writings, Robert Kraynak indicts modern liberalism, arguing that it is incompatible with the Christian faith. The modern language of human rights, he believes, undermines Christian virtues, producing a dangerous individualism. Kraynak suggests that constitutional monarchy comports best with Christianity but recognizes that it is unlikely to reappear on the historical scene anytime soon. He advises us, therefore, to embrace democracy on prudential grounds, tempering it by firmly distinguishing between spiritual and temporal realms.

Economic
9 The Social Nature of the Human Person in Economic Personalism (Essay) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
"I ask you, how can God's love survive in a man who has enough of this world's goods yet closes his heart to his brother when he sees him in need?" (1 John 3:17) In this single quote from the New Testament we understand that human beings are social and have economic obligations to one another, and especially to the least advantaged. To better understand what this means to us today, I will look first at our liberal dilemma, and then at a Christian personalist response.

Shakespearean
Wojtyla
10 Shakespearean Personalism (Karol Wojtyla) - Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture
Auteur : Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
Literature was such a love of the young Karol Wojtyka that it nearly kept him from the priesthood. Describing the period of his life before his vocation matured, Wojtyla writes that it was not the desire for marriage that kept him from the seminary, but a different passion: "Certainly, I knew many girls from school and, involved as I was in the school drama club, I had many opportunities to get together with other young people. But this was not the issue. At that time I was completely absorbed by a passion for literature, especially dramatic literature, and the theater." (1) That passion for dramatic literature led to an interest in Shakespeare. Years after becoming a priest, as auxiliary bishop of Krakow, Wojtyla delivered a meditation to university students on the theme of conscience and conversion--one that included a brief, though telling, assessment of Shakespeare. In that meditatio

Proceedings
Interdisciplinary
Congress
Development
Economic
Michigan
Moderator
Opening
Remarks
11 Proceedings of the Interdisciplinary Congress for the Development of Economic Personalism August 9-12, 2001 Grand Rapids, Michigan: Moderator's Opening Remarks (Samuel Gregg) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Ladies and Gentlemen, May I begin by thanking you for joining us in what I hope will be the first of many annual conferences conducted under the auspices of the Acton Institute and focused on themes and ideas associated with economic personalism. Gathered here today are philosophers, jurists, economists, historians, and theologians--all of whom are committed to facilitating a meaningful conversation between Christian social thought and the modern discipline of economics.

Context
Economic
12 The Context of Economic Personalism (Essay) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Economic personalism can benefit by viewing itself in relation to other contemporary and historical efforts to understand the relationship between theology and economics. This essay summarizes some of those efforts, focusing on themes that are pivotal to the economic personalist enterprise. In particular, the views of social economists, Kuyperians, Christian mainstream economists, and Christian solidarists are treated. The article concludes by suggesting that economic personalism must reflect the best insights of each of these groups, offering a truly interdisciplinary approach to economics and social thought. Introduction

Influence
Christian
Theology
Dignity
Christian
Response
Jeffreys
Controversy
Immanuel
13 The Influence of Kant on Christian Theology: A Debate About Human Dignity and Christian Personalism: A Response to Derek S. Jeffreys (Controversy) (Immanuel Kant) (Essay) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Introduction Christian theology is a synthesis of revelation and reason. It seeks to combine the revealed Word of God with knowledge derived from unassisted human reason, especially from philosophy and science. Since its inception two thousand years ago, Christian theology has gone through several distinct phases by allying itself with different schools of philosophy.

Provisioning
Russian
History
14 Power, Personalism, And Provisioning in Russian History (Book Review) - Kritika
Auteur : Kritika
Genre : History
Tamara Kondratieva, Gouverner et nourrir: Du pouvoir en Russie (XVIe-XXe siecles) [Govern and Feed: Power in Russia from the 16th to the 20th Centuries]. 273 pp. Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2002. ISBN 2251380574. C21.00. Translated as Tamara Kondrat'eva, Kormit' i pravit': O vlasti v Rossii XVI-XX vv. 207 pp. Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2006. ISBN 5824307105. Alena V. Ledeneva, How Russia Really Works: The Informal Practices That Shaped Post-Soviet Politics and Business. 270 pp. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2006. ISBN 080147352Z $22.95 (paper).

Economic
Neither
Critical
15 The Economic Personalism of John Paul II: Neither Right Nor Left (Critical Essay) - Journal of Markets & Morality
Auteur : Journal of Markets & Morality
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Introduction In a helpful essay in the inaugural issue of this journal, (1) Gregory Gronbacher describes economic personalism as "an attempt to analyze the moral ramifications of economic activity in light of a theological vision of the human person." (2) This absolutely essential interplay is generally neglected in the dialogue over the ethics of economic life. As he phrases it, this exercise will require a careful interaction between two independent disciplines: "A true synthesis cannot afford to be reductionistic but must respect the genuine claims of both economics and moral theology." (3)

Particularism
Competitive
Behaviors
Advantages
Introduction
16 Personalism, Particularism, And the Competitive Behaviors and Advantages of Family Firms: An Introduction. - Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice
Auteur : Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice
Genre : Business & Personal Finance
Fundamental assumptions of any theory of the family firm are that family firms will behave in ways that differ from nonfamily firms, and that the behaviors of family firms will also exhibit substantial variations. This special issue includes a set of articles and commentaries that study such differences. This introduction synthesizes these articles using the concepts of personalism and particularism. We argue that the set of articles contained in this special issue contributes to the literature by explaining how the ability and willingness of family firms to behave in an idiosyncratic fashion leads to advantages and disadvantages that distinguish between family and nonfamily firms and between different types of family firms. Introduction

Chalcedonian
17 Chalcedonian Personalism - Colin Patterson
Auteur : Colin Patterson
Genre : Religion & Spirituality
We all have a sense of what it means to be a person, but how do we conceptualize that intuition? What is the connection between a person and their human nature? Where does mind fit in to the picture? This book draws upon the work of Joseph Ratzinger and Hans Urs von Balthasar, both of whom developed a perspective on these questions that is grounded in the early Church’s teaching on Christ and the Trinity. The possibilities of that teaching for understanding human personhood were generally lost for about fifteen centuries, but Ratzinger, in a bold assertion, believes that its retrieval has the power to challenge and reshape the whole of human thought. The first part of the book offers an account of how von Balthasar and Ratzinger arrived at their theological understanding of personhood, paying particular attention to nineteenth- and early twentieth-century personalist thought. The secon

Justice
Development
18 The Justice and Development Party in Turkey - Toygar Sinan Baykan
Auteur : Toygar Sinan Baykan
Genre : Politics & Current Events
Turkish politics were remarkably reshaped in the early 2000s following the decline of the Islamist National View and the electoral breakthrough of the new Justice and Development Party (JDP) headed by Erdoğan. Beside its Islamist credentials, Erdoğan's JDP consistently and convincingly presented itself as the 'populist' defender of the downtrodden sectors of Turkish society. However, with Erdoğan's rise as the popularly elected president in 2014, Turkey's already fragile democratic system was driven in a more authoritarian direction. Shifting the focus away from structural factors, this book analyzes the political appeal and organisation of the JDP that granted them such unprecedented electoral resilience. With critical but accessible theoretical discussions, Toygar Sinan Baykan locates the JDP within the wider literature of populism, Islamist party politics, party organisations and a

19 Each Other's Angels - Toni Kathleen Flynn
Auteur : Toni Kathleen Flynn
Genre : Religion & Spirituality
Each Other's Angels: Practicing Personalism in the Catholic Worker Tradition introduces readers to author Toni Flynn's vision of justice and compassion, informed by the Scriptures and inspired by the Catholic Worker Movement of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin. Part memoir and part tribute to various people she encountered on the margins of society, this book shows readers how seemingly insignificant and ineffectual efforts to be an angel to others can turn out to be signs of God's grace. Following Jesus, going to places of cultural darkness and brokenness, Toni inevitably takes us through troubling and troublesome terrain--the desert, homeless encampments, jails and prisons, and seedy hotels. As you will see, Toni fearlessly exposes her flaws while forging a conduit of compassion that connects her to the wounded human condition and allows her--and her readers--to hope for a better worl

Dignity
20 God and Human Dignity - Rufus Burrow Jr.
Auteur : Rufus Burrow Jr.
Genre : Religion & Spirituality
Although countless books have been devoted to the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr., few, if any, have focused on King's appropriation of, and contribution to, the intellectual tradition of personalism. Emerging as a philosophical movement in the early 1900s, personalism is a type of philosophical idealism that has a number of affinities with Christianity, such as a focus on a personal God and the sanctity of persons. Burrow points to similarities and dissimilarities between personalism and the social gospel movement with its call to churchgoers to involve themselves in the welfare of both individuals and society. He argues that King's adoption of personalism represented the fusion of his black Christian faith and his commitment not only to the social gospel of Rauschenbusch, but most especially to the social gospelism practiced by his grandfather, father, and black preach

Thyself
21 Know Thyself - Thomas O. Buford
Auteur : Thomas O. Buford
Genre : Philosophy
Know Thyself: An Essay in Social Personalism proposes that social Personalism can best provide for self-knowledge. In the West, self-knowledge has been sought within the framework of two dominant intellectual traditions, order and the emerging self. On the one hand, ancient and medieval philosophers living in an orderly hierarchical society, governed by honor and shame, and bolstered by the metaphysics of being and rationalism, believed persons gain self-knowledge through uniting with the ground of their being; once united they would understand what they are, what they are to be, and what they are to do. On the other hand, Renaissance and modern thinkers such as Pico della Mirandola, Copernicus, Descartes, Locke, and Kant shattered the great achievement of the high middle ages and bequeathed to posterity an emerging self in a splintered world. Continuing their search for self-knowledge,

Christian
Footings
22 Christian Footings - Robert Imperato
Auteur : Robert Imperato
Genre : Religion & Spirituality
This book examines presuppositions for Catholic thought, as well as an introduction to the most important Catholic thinkers of our time. This text will introduce students to the writings of such key Catholic authors as Teilhard, Merton, Balthasar, Panikkar, Schillebeeckx, and others with an anthology of selections from their writing.
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