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Karl Rahner's Theological Aesthetics

Fritz, Peter Joseph

Verlag: The Catholic University of America Press, 2014
ISBN 10: 0813225930 / ISBN 13: 9780813225937
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Titel: Karl Rahner's Theological Aesthetics

Verlag: The Catholic University of America Press

Erscheinungsdatum: 2014

Einband: Hardcover

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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: This innovative book discloses Karl Rahner's foremost achievement: discovering and delineating an ethos of Catholicism, a multi-faceted and comprehensive approach to life in Christ. Karl Rahner's Theological Aesthetics does so by placing the German Jesuit and his teacher, philosopher Martin Heidegger, into a richly detailed dialogue on aesthetics. The book treats classic Rahner topics such as anthropology and Christology. But it breaks new ground by exploring themes such as angels, Mary, and the apocalypse, juxtaposed with analogous philosophical topics in Heidegger. Peter Joseph Fritz reveals that Rahner, contrary to a widespread opinion, did not "turn to the subject." Rather, Rahner meticulously avoided the spirit of modern subjectivity. In doing so, Rahner follows paths cleared by Heidegger. The counter-subjective thrust of Rahner's thought has aesthetic implications. In fact, Rahner's turn away from modern subjectivity begins with his philosophical dissertation, Spirit in the World, which this work shows to be an aesthetic text through and through. Rahner's aesthetics in Spirit in the World and other works prove distinctive because of its resonance with a Heideggerian variety of the sublime, which Rahner first encounters during Heidegger's lectures on the poetry of Friedrich Hlderlin. Rahner's improvement upon the Heideggerian sublime gradually matures over the course of Rahner's career into a complex strategy of resistance toward Heideggerian thinking. This becomes most clear in Rahner's eschatology, which is an apocalyptic discourse that rejects Heidegger's own apocalypse of being's history. Karl Rahner's Theological Aesthetics offers a fresh and innovative re- consideration of the classic pairing of Rahner and Heidegger. By doing so, it contributes to ongoing conversations on theological aesthetics, the interfacing of postmodernity and theology, and, most of all, on the enduring legacy of Rahner himself. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_new_0813225930

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This innovative book discloses Karl Rahner's foremost achievement:
discovering and delineating an ethos of Catholicism, a multi-faceted
and comprehensive approach to life in Christ. Karl Rahner's Theological
Aesthetics
does so by placing the German Jesuit and his teacher, philosopher Martin Heidegger, into a richly detailed dialogue on aesthetics.
The book treats classic Rahner topics such as anthropology and Christology. But it breaks new ground by exploring themes such as angels,
Mary, and the apocalypse, juxtaposed with analogous philosophical
topics in Heidegger.


Peter Joseph Fritz reveals that Rahner, contrary to a widespread
opinion, did not "turn to the subject." Rather, Rahner meticulously
avoided the spirit of modern subjectivity. In doing so, Rahner follows
paths cleared by Heidegger. The counter-subjective thrust of Rahner's
thought has aesthetic implications. In fact, Rahner's turn away from
modern subjectivity begins with his philosophical dissertation, Spirit
in the World
, which this work shows to be an aesthetic text through
and through. Rahner's aesthetics in Spirit in the World and other works
prove distinctive because of its resonance with a Heideggerian variety
of the sublime, which Rahner first encounters during Heidegger's lectures on the poetry of Friedrich Hölderlin.


Rahner's improvement upon the Heideggerian sublime gradually
matures over the course of Rahner's career into a complex strategy of
resistance toward Heideggerian thinking. This becomes most clear in
Rahner's eschatology, which is an apocalyptic discourse that rejects
Heidegger's own apocalypse of being's history.

Karl Rahner's Theological Aesthetics offers a fresh and innovative reconsideration of the classic pairing of Rahner and Heidegger. By doing
so, it contributes to ongoing conversations on theological aesthetics,
the interfacing of postmodernity and theology, and, most of all, on the
enduring legacy of Rahner himself.




ABOUT THE AUTHOR



Peter Joseph Fritz is assistant professor of theology and Edward Bennett Williams Fellow at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.




PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


"A very ambitious book, offering a new reading of Karl Rahner which engages closely with
his relationship to Heidegger and which seeks
through Rahner to present a distinctive version of what one might call a Catholic voice
in postmodern discussions."


-Karen Kilby, Bede Professor of Catholic Theology, Durham University

Über den Autor: PETER JOSEPH FRITZ is assistant professor of theology and Edward Bennett Williams Fellow at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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