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New in the Veritas series by Caitlin Smith Gilson: Subordinated Ethics

Now available in the Veritas series from Cascade Books (Wipf & Stock): Subordinated Ethics: Natural Law and Moral Miscellany in Aquinas and Dostoyevsky, by Caitlin Smith Gilson, with a foreword by Eric Austin Lee. Purchase: Cascade Books | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Book description: With Dostoyevsky’s Idiot and Aquinas’ Dumb Ox as guides, this book seeks to […]

Now available in Veritas: Hide and Seek: The Sacred Art of Indirect Communication, by Benson P. Fraser

Now available in the Veritas series: Hide and Seek: The Sacred Art of Indirect Communication, by Benson P. Fraser. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock] Book description: As bearers of the divine image, all of us are storytellers and artists. However, few people today believe in truth that is not empirically knowable or verifiable, the sort of […]

Now available in Veritas: Exorcising Philosophical Modernity, ed. Philip John Paul Gonzales

Now available in the Veritas series: Exorcising Philosophical Modernity: Cyril O’Regan and Christian Discourse after Modernity, edited by Philip John Paul Gonzales. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk ] What should Christian discourse look like after philosophical modernity? In one manner or another the essays in this volume seek to confront and intellectually exorcise […]

New in the Veritas series: Cosmology without God?, by David Alcalde

Now available in the Veritas series: Cosmology without God?: The Problematic Theology Inherent in Modern Cosmology, by Fr. David Alcalde, with a foreword by Michael Hanby. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock] Is God a superfluous hypothesis for modern cosmology? According to the normal understanding of modern science, the answer should be affirmative because modern science is supposed […]

New in Veritas: by Charles Péguy: Notes on Bergson and Descartes

Now out in the Veritas series: Notes on Bergson and Descartes: Philosophy, Christianity, and Modernity in Contestation by Charles Péguy translated by Bruce K. Ward with a foreword by John Milbank Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Charles Péguy (1873–1914) was a French religious poet, philosophical essayist, publisher, social activist, Dreyfusard, and Catholic […]

New and forthcoming in the INTERVENTIONS series

New from Philipp W. Rosemann in the Interventions series, with a foreword from John Milbank: Charred root of Meaning: Continuity, Transgression, and the Other in Christian Tradition Purchase: Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Description: Ecologists tell us that periodic wildfires, though devastating, are necessary to the rhythm of nature. The death of the old allows something new to […]

Veritas Series: Love, Friendship, Beauty, and the Good

Highlighting publications in the Veritas series from the last year: Love, Friendship, Beauty, and the Good Plato, Aristotle, and the Later Tradition By Kevin Corrigan Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Description: This book tells a compelling story about love, friendship, and the Divine that took over a thousand years to unfold. It […]

Veritas Series: The Gift of Beauty and the Passion of Being

Highlighting publications in the Veritas series from the last year: The Gift of Beauty and the Passion of Being On the Threshold between the Aesthetic and the Religious By William Desmond Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Description: This book gathers a set of reflections on the gift of beauty and the passion […]

Veritas Series: Embracing Our Finitude

Highlighting publications in the Veritas series from the last year: Embracing Our Finitude: Exercises in a Christian Anthropology between Dependence and Gratitude By Stephan Kampowski Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Description: Memento mori—remember death—this is how the medieval monks exhort us. Our life, given in birth and taken by death, is radically […]

Veritas Series: Love and the Postmodern Predicament:

Highlighting publications in the Veritas series from the last year: Love and the Postmodern Predicament: Rediscovering the Real in Beauty, Goodness, and Truth By D. C. Schindler Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Description: The computer has increasingly become the principal model for the mind, which means our most basic experience of “reality” […]

Veritas Series: The Social Philosophy of Gillian Rose

Highlighting publications in the Veritas series from the last year: The Social Philosophy of Gillian Rose By Andrew Brower Latz Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Description: Gillian Rose was one of the most important social philosophers of the twentieth century. This is the first book to present her social philosophy as a […]

Veritas Series: Maximus the Confessor as a European Philosopher

Highlighting publications in the Veritas series from the last year: Maximus the Confessor as a European Philosopher EDITED BY Sotiris Mitralexis, Georgios Steiris, Marcin Podbielski, Sebastian Lalla Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk Description: The study of Maximus the Confessor’s thought has flourished in recent years: international conferences, publications and articles, new critical […]

New in the Veritas series: Human and Divine Being: A Study on the Theological Anthropology of Edith Stein

New in the Veritas series: Human and Divine Being: A Study on the Theological Anthropology of Edith Stein, by Donald Wallenfang, with a foreword by John C. Cavadini. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock] Nothing is more dangerous to be misunderstood than the question, “What is the human being?” In an era when this question is not only […]

New in Veritas: Ever-Moving Repose A Contemporary Reading of Maximus the Confessor’s Theory of Time

New in the Veritas series: Ever-Moving Repose: A Contemporary Reading of Maximus the Confessor’s Theory of Time, by Sotiris Mitralexis, with a foreword by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock] Sotiris Mitralexis offers a contemporary look at Maximus the Confessor’s (580-662 CE) understanding of temporality, logoi, and deification, through the perspective of contemporary philosopher and theologian Christos […]

Available in the Veritas series: Wealth of Persons: Economics with a Human Face

Available in the Veritas series: Wealth of Persons: Economics with a Human Face, by John McNerney, with a foreword by David Walsh. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock] Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century initiated a great debate not just about inequality but also regarding the failures found in the economic models used by theoreticians and practitioners alike. […]

Just released: Socrates and Other Saints, by Darius Karłowicz

Just released in the KALOS book series: Socrates and Other Saints: Early Christian Understandings of Reason and Philosophy, by Darius Karłowicz, translated by Artur Sebastian Rosman and with a foreword by Rémi Brague. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock] Many contemporary writers misunderstand early Christian views on philosophy because they identify the critical stances of the ante-Nicene fathers […]

Available in the Veritas series: Being the Body of Christ in the Age of Management, by Lyndon Shakespeare

Available in the Veritas series: Being the Body of Christ in the Age of Management, by Lyndon Shakespeare. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk] “The church needs effective leaders.” “We must be more missional.” “Better organization is required.” Such sentiments are commonplace among Christians concerned with the health and sustainability of their local […]

Available in the Veritas series: Seeing Things as They Are: G. K. Chesterton and the Drama of Meaning

Available in the Veritas series: Seeing Things as They Are: G. K. Chesterton and the Drama of Meaning, by Duncan Bruce Reyburn. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk] The jovial journalist, philosopher, and theologian G. K. Chesterton felt that the world was almost always in permanent danger of being misjudged or even overlooked, and so […]

Available from Veritas: Things Seen and Unseen: The Logic of Incarnation in Merleau-Ponty’s Metaphysics of Flesh, by Orion Edgar

Available in the Veritas series: Things Seen and Unseen: The Logic of Incarnation in Merleau-Ponty’s Metaphysics of Flesh, by Orion Edgar. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk] The philosophy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty was developing into a radical ontology when he died prematurely in 1961. Merleau-Ponty identified this nascent ontology as a philosophy of incarnation […]

Available in the Veritas series: Owen Barfield: Philosophy, Poetry, and Theology, by Michael Vincent Di Fuccia

Available in the Veritas series: Owen Barfield: Philosophy, Poetry, and Theology, by Michael Vincent Di Fuccia. This book contains a foreword by Owen A. Barfield, the grandson of the Inkling Owen Barfield. [Purchase: Wipf & Stock | Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk] In this book Michael Di Fuccia examines the theological import of Owen Barfield’s poetic philosophy. He argues […]

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