In the Twilight of Western Thought: Studies in the Pretended Autonomy of Philosophical Thought

Philadelphia,: Presbyterian and Reformed Pub. Co. (1975)
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Dooyeweerd discusses in this work the pretended autonomy of theoretical thought; the sense of history and the historicistic world- and life-view; the relationship between philosophy and theology; and concludes with a chapter on the question: What is a human person.

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