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Date of Publication: 1985
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Description: 8vo 0915138751 173pp. Pittsburgh Reprint series Number 2. Mild shelfwear otherwise internally very clean looking little used.
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Anselm, Fides Quaerens Intellectum: Anselm's Proof of the Existence of God in the Context of His Theological Scheme (Pittsburgh Reprint Series 2) Paperback – 1 Jan 1975


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Why Anselm is Not Irrelevant 1 April 2007
By Rev. John D. White - Published on Amazon.com
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Despite its small size and stature, this is the book that cemented Reformed theologian Karl Barth's theological direction towards the twentieth century's "Summa" --the Church Dogmatics. While one may argue with Barth's exegesis of what Anselm is "really" trying to say, one does so with a master interpreter and at one's peril. Here, Barth creatively reads Anselm. And in the meanwhile, does so brilliantly. This is not an easy read--but it is well worth the time spent pondering over Barth's remarks, while wondering what it might have been like to have been in that memorable class where these words were first uttered. The only drawback for a majority of English readers is that some of the book is in Latin (and when I was in high school, that, sadly, was no longer a language we had the option of learning). But for those patient enough to slowly work through the book, Barth's remarks are priceless.
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My Experience 3 Jan. 2008
By David Ross - Published on Amazon.com
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I borrowed this book from my local library; I was simply unable to follow the arguments due to my lack of the necessary Latin knowledge (also mentioned by another reviewer). As I am very interested in Anselm's philosophical argument for the existence of God and the response of philosophers and theologians to Anselm's work I was disappointed that I just couldn't figure it out. Perhaps with a Latin Dictionary or an annotated version of Barth's work I could decipher it as I too think it could be worth the effort. I have high school French but no Latin and I am a beginner at philosophy so perhaps others will be more successful if they are willing to work at it.
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