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"If God is sovereign, then his lordship must extend over all of life, and it cannot be restricted to the walls of the church or within the Christian orbit." Abraham Kuyper Common Grace 1.1.

Monday, 27 March 2006

Vincent Brümmer on Dooyeweerd in new book


Vincent Brümmer the author of a critical study of Dooyeweerd, Transcendental Criticism and Christian Philosophy: A Presentation and Evaluation of Herman Dooyeweerd’s “Philosophy of the Cosmonomic Idea” (Franeker: T. Wever, 1961), has a new compilation of essays out: Brümmer on Meaning and the Christian Faith: Collected Writings of Vincent Brümmer Ashgate, 2006.

The full table of contents is here. There are two chapters on Dooyeweerd: 'Dooyeweerd and the role of religion in philosophy' and 'Dooyeweerd and the neutrality of a transcendental criticism'. Unfortunatley, the books costs £70.

2 comments:

Rudi said...

There is a third article "The dilemma of a Christian Philosophy" which first appeared in the book "Philosophy and Christianity" dedicated to Dooyeweerd which also deals with Dooyeweerd's philosophy. Looks like a worth while book. Just need to find £70 and some time to read it. Not likely at the moment.

Steve Bishop said...

Hi Rudi,

Thanks for that. I will be ordering it through my local libraries inter-library loan system - costs me few pence!