De Gruyter, 1992 - Philosophy - 446 pages
Learning lessons from having compiled a complete-works of the German- turned-American philosopher Tillich (1886-1965), the editors are producing a series only of his major works; presenting them only in the language (German or English) he originally published them in, with notes to changes in other versions; and prefacing each topical volume with a substantial essay in both languages characterizing Tillich's approach to the topic. Among the 24 works in the theology volume are "Systematische Theologie" (1913), "History as the Problem of our Period" (1939), and "The God above God" (1961). No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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