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Anthony O'Hear is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Bradford and Director of the Royal Institute of Philosophy.

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Obres de Anthony O'Hear

Introducing Jesus (1993) 85 exemplars
What Philosophy Is (1985) 69 exemplars
Philosophy in the New Century (2001) 14 exemplars
Plato's Children (2005) 12 exemplars
Philosophy, biology and life (2005) 8 exemplars
Philosophy and the environment (2011) 3 exemplars
NonSense About Nature (1997) 2 exemplars
Philosophy and religion (2011) — Editor — 2 exemplars
Jesús: Una guía ilustrada (2023) 1 exemplars
Os Grandes Livros 1 exemplars
Philosophy and the arts (2013) 1 exemplars
The Great Books 1 exemplars

Obres associades

Philosophy, religion, and the spiritual life (1992) — Col·laborador — 12 exemplars
Philosophers and God: At the Frontiers of Faith and Reason (2009) — Col·laborador — 10 exemplars


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This book provides an exceptional overview of some of the classic "great books" that everyone should read. I found it was a useful adjunct to reading the classics themselves in that it helped to highlight the main points in each book.
jwhenderson | Jul 1, 2023 |
Twelve contributors write plainly and without lots of academic buzzwords as they discuss various arts.
LanceTait | Dec 18, 2022 |
A very clear and concise historical look at the beginnings of Christianity. I liked that the book took no sides on the issue and just presented a straightforward essay on the how's and what's of Christianity and the different ways and views of its different sects.
LouCypher | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | May 5, 2010 |
Christianity depends on the belief that the Jesus of history is identical with the Christ of Faith and that God in the person of Jesus intervened finally and decisively in human history. But is the historical Jesus the same as the Christian Saviour? And how did an obscure provincial religion based on the paradox of a crucified saviour conquer the Roman Empire and outlive it?
Jesus for Beginners confronts the enigmas. It sets Jesus in the perspective of his time - within Judaism and its expectations of a Messiah, in the atmosphere of Greek philosophy and the Roman deification of emperors. It traces the development of Christianity from St. Paul and the Romanization of the Church, to modern liberation theology. Beautifully illustrated by Judy Groves, Jesus for Beginners is a lucid and exciting investigation that will appeal to all readers, whether Christian or not.… (més)
rajendran | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Jul 20, 2008 |

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