3 edition of Religious experience in the thought of Friedrich von Hügel found in the catalog.
Religious experience in the thought of Friedrich von Hügel
Written in English
|Statement||by Victoria Ries.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 84/2002 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 315 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||84139438|
Buy Mysticism and Ethics in Friedrich Von Hugel by David L. Johns from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Through her first important book, Mysticism (), she made the acquaintance of Baron Friedrich von Hugel to whom “under God, ” she wrote, “I owe my whole spiritual life.” Ten years later she formally put herself under his spiritual direction and she remained his pupil until his in
For roughly half a century serious scholars pursuing the truth about the Roman Catholic Modernist crisis or about the life and thought of Baron Friedrich von Hügel have had access to von Hügel's manuscript letters to Maude Dominica Petre and the one complete remaining letter of Petre to von Hügel, first in the British Museum and now in the new British by: 1. For roughly half a century serious scholars pursuing the truth about the Roman Catholic Modernist crisis or about the life and thought of Baron Friedrich von Hügel have had access to von Hügel's manuscript letters to Maude Dominica Petre and the one complete remaining letter of Petre to von Hügel, first in the British Museum and now in the.
3 quotes from Friedrich von Hügel: 'The golden rule is, to help those we love to escape from us.', 'The deeper we get into reality, the more numerous will be the questions we cannot answer.', and 'You want to grow in virtue, to serve God, to love Christ? Well, you will grow in and attain to these things if you will make them a slow and sure, an utterly real, a mountain step-plod and ascent. "Relying on John Henry Newman, Friedrich von Hugel, Martin Buber and, more briefly, Hegel, Kant, Schleiermacher, J. F. Fries, and Karl Rahner, and writing from a Christian perspective-Lash argues that mysticism should not be reduced to 'feelings' and that the experience of God is not something other than the general experiences had in ordinary life/5(5).
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Baron Friedrich von Hügel () wrote extensively on issues in the philosophy of religion. He was particularly concerned with questions relating to the importance of the truth—claims of modern science to believing Christians.
As a religious scholar, von Hügel sought to interpret the relationships between theological dogma and history, Christ and humanity, free will and church control, and Roman Catholicism and contemporary scientific reasoning. Von Hugel, himself a Catholic, was a Florentine who inherited an Austrian title but lived most of his life in England.
His most important work were: The Mystical Element of Religion (), Essays and Addresses (), and The Reality of God (). Friedrich von Hugel was one of the great but now mostly unknown Catholic writers of the early twentieth century, and also one of the last barons of the Holy Roman Empire.
A man of wide friendships and intellectual sympathies, and widely influential, he was notably concerned with religious experience and the relation of experience to the Church and her dogma.
Buddhism is poorer in such elements than is Hindooism; Hindooism is in general considerably less true than Mohammedanism; Judaism is much more tender, rich and spiritual than Mohammedanism; and finally Christianity markedly exceeds Judaism Author: Leonard J.
Biallas. ‘Cette grande personnalité chrétienne’: the phrase, applied to him by a Swiss theologian, M. Guiran, is rightly fixed upon by M. Loisy in his Mémoires as the mot juste in describing Friedrich von Hügel.
In language no less well chosen the same writer has gone on to speak of those ‘valeurs intimes et profondes que M. von Hügel a si magnifiquement et si humblement incarnées.’Cited by: 1. Essays and Addresses on the Philosophy of Religion by Baron Friedrich von Hugel (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: Baron Friedrich Von Hugel. the Roman Catholic interpreter of religion, always said everything he could in praise of a book he was reviewing before he went on to indicate the errors or inadequacies in the volume.
2 We may well follow his example in our consideration of a most interesting book by Dr. Ernest J. Chave entitled, A Functional. Readings from Friedrich von Hugel / selected by Algar Thorald, with an introductory essay on his philosophy of religion.
BL 51 H85 L'histoire naturelle de la religion, et autres essais sur la religion / Introduction, traduction et notes par Michel Malherbe.
King chose books on the early stages of personality development, reflecting the course's concentration on the development of religious experience in children.
In this first review, he agrees with the author, Ernest Chave, on the importance of a religion informed by scientific insight and discipline, echoing previous comments King had made in.
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The Life of Prayer by Baron Frederick von Hugel Friday, PM This book is a jewel, a spiritual classic on prayer. I have at present in mind what I regard as a flaw appearing at the end of the book, but I don't want that to unduly color my view of the book as a whole, nor to hinder my appropriation of the author's better counsels/5.
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Publication date Topics PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind. Baron Friedrich von Hügel, cited in John Baillie, A Diary of Readings (New York: Scribner’s Sons, ), Day 1.
The goal is not quantity, nor is it the intellectual mastery of content. Spiritual reading could also be compared to taking a vitamin tablet. Typescripts and letters of Underhill to Baron Friedrich von Hugel were given to King's College Library by Agatha Norman in Letters from Mabel Merrix to Evelyn Underhill,and letters from Lucy Menzies to Mabel Merrix, , were given to King's College Library by Paula M Sporck (Mrs Merrix's daughter) via Mrs F S Telfer.
Among C. Lewis’s countless quotations from books he had read in the books he wrote, those from the Austrian-born English theologian Friedrich von Hügel () do not seem very prominent.
As will appear from the following sequence of quotations, however, von Hügel’s influence on Lewis’s thought may have been greater than has been. AUDEN reminds us that the theologian ‐ philosopher, Friedrich von Hugel (–) saw religion as tension‐in‐unity between the institutional, the intellectual and the mystical.
Von Hugel's use of the idea is different but more fundamental. " Religious experience," he repeats, " possesses a double polarity -of Otherworldliness and detachment, and of This-worldliness and attachment." (Eternal Life, ) But whereas Medley saw this.
Von Hügel's writings help us to see why today's church is full of intellectuals and simpletons, says Nick Jowett Nick Jowett Fri 14 Nov EST First published on Author: Nick Jowett.
The book explores the interconnecting themes of embodiment and incarnation, faith and imagination, and the similarities and differences between art and theology.
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