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Evil: A Challenge to Philosophy and Theology
by Paul Ricoeur
Binding: Paperback, 72 pages
Publisher: Continuum
Weight: 0.22 pound
Dimension: H: 0.31 x L: 7.72 x W: 4.96 inches
ISBN 10: 0826494765
ISBN 13: 9780826494764
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What is the origin of evil? Where does what we term evil come from? According to Paul Ricoeur, to think through evil is to think through fallibility; because human freedom is summed up as existence prior to evil. Deriving from a lecture given in Lausanne in 1985, this small text adds to the immense ouevre of this philosopher who is not regarded as a theologian but whose thinking readily shares some kinship with certain characteristics of Protestantism. The problem of evil was a question which dogged Paul Ricoeur throughout his reflection and his philosophical works. This is a man who has thought about vulnerability in moral evil with both an exemplary profundity and sensitivity.

Evil: A Challenge to Philosophy and Theology contains a new extended introduction by Graham Ward which reflects on the significance of Paul Ricoeur's approach to philosophy and to the question of evil for 20th century theology and philosophy, and a preface by Pierre Gisel.

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