An examination of C.S. Lewis's ethical thought, in particular his critique of subjectivism, as explored through his fictional writings.
An analysis of the ecological and theological dimensions of the economic world order, requiring rethinking of conceptions of life and death, wealth and work.
An erudite post-Hegelian exploration of the metaphysics of human desire and its significance for philosophical issues of difference and otherness.
A selection of the most important writings of the great French sociologist on ethics and education, including many pieces previously unavailable in English.
A single resource containing all three of W.S.F. Pickering's classic guides to the thought and writings of the great French sociologist Émile Durkheim.
An examination of the subtleties of Kierkegaard's understanding of philosophical truth by one of the twentieth century's leading Kierkegaard scholars. .
Series: The Paul L. Holmer Papers
A selection of essays that explore the role and importance of wonder in the development in science, philosophy and theology during the early modern era.
A multidisciplinary collection of essays exploring the concept of wonder and its significance in religion, philosophy, the arts and the sciences.
A fastinating analysis of Descartes' epistemology setting forth a viable theistic approach to the problems of knowledge, in particular of the external world.
An able defence of Alvin Plantinga's Reformed Epistemology against criticisms based on the existence of religious diversity and disagreement.
A timely and fascinating examination of the decline in religious faith and rise of secular thought in western intellectual society.
The standard critical work on the Anthroposophical movement, this penetrating study of Rudolf Steiner's esoteric legacy is an invaluable guide.