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Amor Amicitiae: On the Love That is Friendship : Essays in Medieval Thought and Beyond in Honor of the Rev. Professor James McEvoy - P. W. Rosemann

Amor Amicitiae: On the Love That is Friendship

Essays in Medieval Thought and Beyond in Honor of the Rev. Professor James McEvoy

By: P. W. Rosemann (Editor), T. A. F. Kelly (Editor)

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This volume honors the Rev. Professor James McEvoy on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. The theory of friendship, which has been one of McEvoy's major fields of research and publication, used to be at the heart of the philosophical project, and indissociable from it. For Socrates, philosophy was possible only as the pursuit of wisdom, virtue, and beauty in a community of friends engaged in an "erotic" quest for the good. The present volume wants to make a contribution to the recovery of the friendship theme in its central importance to philosophy. It contains eighteen contributions by colleagues and pupils of Professor McEvoy from three different continents, who approach the topics of friendship, love, and charity from a variety of different angles. Several contributions are devoted to the theory of friendship in ancient and medieval thought, including its Christian appropriation. Others analyze friendship in modern and contemporary philosophy, while two contributors introduce cross-cultural perspectives (Hinduism and traditional African thought). This volume will help to throw into higher relief the importance of the philosophy of friendship, as well as stimulating further discussion on this intriguing topic.

Prefacep. 1
James McEvoy : an appreciationp. 5
Bibliography of James McEvoy
Doctoral theses supervised by Professor McEvoyp. 11
Tabula gratulatoriap. 25
Corpore divisos sed mentis amore ligatos : a diaspora reflection on a friend as "home" in Helen Waddell's Medieval Latin lyricsp. 27
The significance of friendship : reconciling the classical ideals of friendship and self-sufficiencyp. 39
The Telos of modern enlightenment : universal and total lovep. 63
Tyranny and the recess of friendshipp. 99
Death of a friend in Confessions 4 : the rhetoric of Godp. 127
Good friends or bad friends? : the Amicitia of Boncompagno da Signap. 147
"Certes, sans cela" : Uber einige Grenzbestimmungen der Freundschaft bei Montaignep. 167
Towards an ontology of lovep. 195
Personal friendsp. 225
What both the bad and the good bring to friendships in their strange varietyp. 241
Mas alla de uno mismo : sentido de la vida y amistad segun Aristotelesp. 257
The problem of empathy : Lipps, Scheler, Husserl and Steinp. 269
Friendship in St. Augustine and in Igbo traditional thoughtp. 313
Buridan et l'amitiep. 337
Amor amicitiae in the Bhagavad Gitap. 347
Clement d'Alexandrie et la [actual symbol not reproducible] "chretienne"p. 379
Fraterna dilectio est Deus : Peter Lombard's thesis on charity as the Holy Spiritp. 409
Thomas Aquinas on preferential lovep. 437
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ISBN: 9789042913950
ISBN-10: 9042913959
Series: Recherches de Theologie et Philosophie Medievales - Bibliotheca
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 465
Published: 24th June 2004
Country of Publication: BE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.77