Hope: Claremont Studies in Philosophy of Religion, Conference 2014

Hope is a fundamental but controversial human phenomenon. For some it is Pandora's most mischievous evil, for others it is a divine gift and one of the highest human virtues. It is difficult to pin down but its traces seem to be present everywhere in human life and practice. Christianity as a c...

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Published in:Religion in philosophy and theology
Corporate Authors: Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference 35. 2014, Claremont, Calif. (Author) ; Claremont Graduate University (Organizer)
Contributors: Dalferth, Ingolf U. 1948- (Editor) ; Block, Marlene A. (Editor)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Tübingen Mohr Siebeck [2016]
In:Religion in philosophy and theology
Enclosed titles:Preface ; Introduction : from the grammar of 'Hope' to the practice of hope  (Ingolf U. Dalferth)
Hope and the virtues : the classical tradition ; Hope and the virtues  (John Cottingham)
Hope, epistemology, and passion : a response to John Cottingham  (Bruce Paolozzi)
Hope and metaphysics  (Alan Mittleman)
A two-faced hope : a response to Alan Mittleman  (Richard T. Livingston)
A passion and its virtue : aquinas on hope and magnanimity  (Michael Lamb)
Hope and epistemic virtue  (Aaron D. Cobb)
Hope, possibility, and the future : philosophical problems ; Kant and Kierkegaard on hope  (M. Jamie Ferreira)
The sublation of hope into love : a response to Jamie Ferreira  (Raymond E. Perrier)
Future of hope : history of hope  (Arne Grøn)
The temporality of hope and its existential implications : a response to Arne Grøn  (Friederike Rass)
Gabriel Marcel : hope and love in time of death  (Tyler Viale)
Hopeful ambiguity : beauvoir's existential ethics and Kierkegaard's Kenotic theology  (Deidre Nicole Green)
Is there still hope for hope?  (Bernard N. Schumacher)
Hope in god : theological reflection ; "Thinking means transcending" on the philosophy and theology of hope  (Jürgen Moltmann)
With love, hope is reborn : with hope, love is reborn  (Nancy Elizabeth Bedford)
The unity of love and hope : a response to Nancy Bedford  (Yi Shen Ma)
From content to enactment : towards a theological hermeneutics of hope in discussion with contemporary philosophy  (Michael Ulrich Braunschweig)
Eschatology of humor : on hope and comedy in theological reasoning  (Ola Sigurdson)
Hope is no laughing matter (Unless it's funny) : a response to Ola Sigurdson  (Duncan Gale)
Hope, suffering and healing : the ethics and politics of hope ; Hope with a small 'h'  (William J. Abraham)
Hope with a very small 'h' : a response to William Abraham  (Hartmut Von Sass)
What hope remains? Leo Baeck as a reader of job  (Yaniv Feller)
Hope in the crack of the social : reading the book of job in post-fukushima Japan  (Hirokazu Miyazaki)
Undecidability of hope : a response to Hirokazu Miyazaki  (Kirsten Gerdes)
Healing through hope? Trauma, memory, and mental imaging  (Claudia Welz)
Hope, meaning, and the perils of theodicy : a response to Claudia Welz  (Daniel W. Ambord)
Information about authors ; Index of names ; Index of terms.
Volumes / Articles:Show volumes/articles.
Series/Journal:Religion in philosophy and theology 84
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Hope / Theology / Religious philosophy
Further subjects:B Hope Religious aspects Christianity Congresses
B Conference program 2014 (Claremont)
B Conference program
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Summary:Hope is a fundamental but controversial human phenomenon. For some it is Pandora's most mischievous evil, for others it is a divine gift and one of the highest human virtues. It is difficult to pin down but its traces seem to be present everywhere in human life and practice. Christianity as a comprehensive practice of hope cannot be imagined without it: Christians are not believers in dogmas but practitioners of hope. In other religious traditions the topic of hope is virtually absent or even critically rejected and opposed. Half a century ago hope was at the center of attention in philosophy and theology. However, in recent years the discussion has shifted to positive psychology and psychotherapy, utopian studies and cultural anthropology, politics and economics. This has opened up interesting new vistas
ISBN:3161537149