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The History of Religious Imagination in Christian Platonism

Exploring the Philosophy of Douglas Hedley

Dr Christian Hengstermann (Redaktør)

Introduces Douglas Hedley's doctrine of the religious imagination and charts its development from Late Antiquity to British Romanticism. Les mer
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Introduces Douglas Hedley's doctrine of the religious imagination and charts its development from Late Antiquity to British Romanticism.

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Preface
Introduction: "Devout Contemplation and Sublime Fancy" of the Cambridge Platonists and their Legacy, Douglas Hedley (Cambridge University, UK)
Part I: The Religious Philosophy of Douglas Hedley
1. The Chariot, the Temple and the City: The Imaginative Idealism of Douglas Hedley, Christian Hengstermann (Munster University, Germany)
Part II: Spiritual Sensation in Ancient and Early Modern Christian Platonism
2. Origen's Epistemological Concept of Spiritual Sensation, Alfons Furst (Munster University, Germany)
3. Cogitatione Attingere: Divine Sensation in Rene Descartes and the Cambridge Platonists, Christian Hengstermann (Munster University, Germany)
4. Aids to Reflection and Imagining God: Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Concept of the Imagination, Friedrich A. Uehlein (Freiburg University, Germany)
Part III: The Religious Imagination in Contemporary Philosophy of Religion
5. God in World and Ourselves in God: Panentheistic Speculation in the young Karl Rahner, Klaus E. Muller (Munster University, Germany)
6. Rene Girard and Douglas Hedley on Violence, Sacrifice and Imagination, Per Bjornar Grande (Bergen University, Norway)
7. Perceptions of God: Reflections on William P. Alston's Theory of Religious Experience, Margit Wasmaier-Sailer (Lucerne University, Switzerland)
Part IV: The World Religions: Spiritual Sensation in Christian Platonism and Hinduism
8. From Cambridge to Calcutta: The Presence of Indian Thought in Douglas Hedley's Christian Platonism, Daniel Soars (Cambridge University, UK)
Epilogue: Concluding Shakespearean Reflections, Douglas Hedley (Cambridge University, UK)
Index

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Christian Hengstermann is Associate Lecturer in the Department of Classics at the University of Wuppertal, Germany, and Fellow of the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism at the University of Cambridge, UK.