2 edition of Von Hugel and Tyrrell found in the catalog.
Von Hugel and Tyrrell
Maude Dominica Petre
|Statement||[by] M. D. Petre ; preface by Canon Littey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii,  203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
Intellectually, Tyrrell was influenced by John Henry Newman, Maurice Blondel, Baron Friedrich von Hugel, and other Modernists who had proposed departing from the scholastic forms of theology dominant until that time so as to allow for more historical development in the interpretation of both scripture and doctrinal theology. Friedrich von Hügel was an influential Austrian Roman Catholic religious writer, Modernist theologian.
Lanham, Maryland.: University Press of America.. Near Fine. Softcover. 8vo - x cm.; viii - pp. Footnotes, Bibliography, Index. Petre () was an aristocratic Victorian English woman who was involved in what has co. interpretation of von H?gel vis-?-vis Modernism which has been written since. In her Von H?gel and Tyrrell: The Story of a Friendship Maude Petre wrote that "this is the point on which I have ever maintained against many?the friends of von H?gel and some friends of Tyrrell?that their friendship was a misfortune for the latter."2 And in her.
The Modernist as Mystic: Baron Friedrich von Hügel Lawrence Barmann The questions a historian puts to his evidence determine the quality of the history he writes. Of equal importance to this quality is the level of analytic consciousness attained by the historian concerning the assumptions underlying his questions. To ask what the Roman Catholic modernist crisis was and why it occurred when. Yeats's blessings on von Hügel: essays on literature and religion by Martin Green (Book) Selected letters, by Friedrich Hügel (Book).
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Petre (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : M.D. Petre. Between and the Roman Catholic Church underwent a severe moral and intellectual crisis. A group of Von Hugel and Tyrrell book Catholic scholars, later dubbed the 'modernists', challenged the authority of official Catholic teaching in many areas, basing their ideas on contemporary movements generally.
The official reaction was at first discouraging and then openly hostile - most of the modernists. Friedrich von Hügel, baron von Hügel, (born May 5,Florence [Italy]—died Jan. 27,London, Eng.), Roman Catholic philosopher and author who was the forerunner of the realist revival in philosophy and the theological study of religious feeling.
Of Austrian descent, von Hügel inherited his father’s baronial title in but lived most of his life (–) in England. Baron Friedrich von Hügel () wrote extensively on issues in the philosophy of religion.
He was particularly concerned with questions relating to the importance of the truth—claims of modern science to believing Christians.
Baron Friedrich von Hügel was born in Florence, Italy, on May 5. In addition, there are two early references to von Hügel in private writings: – an unpublished portion of Lewis’s diary for 17 June “ I went and sat for an hour reading Baron von Hügel and a very silly book called Shelley and the Unromantics ” (The Lewis Papers, vol.
VIII, p. A man of considerable pastoral gifts and possessed of a penetrating intellect, Tyrrell was held in high esteem both among the English Jesuits of his day, and by his wide circle of friends which included all the leading Modernists: Baron Frederick von Hugel, Maude Petre, and Alfred Loisy, to name but a few.
THE surviving personal friends either of Baron von Hugel or of Father Tyrrell, and all who were in any way concerned in the religious crisis in which they played so great a part, will approach this book with an eagerness not-untouched by apprehension.
Only a few of the long and numerous letters addressed by the Baron to Tyrrell in the course of their friend- ship were allowed to appear in the volu. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Petre, Maude Dominica Mary, Von Hugel and Tyrrell.
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George Tyrrell. George Tyrrell () was an Irish-English Jesuit priest best known for his contributions to the Catholic "Modernist" movement that sought to revise traditional views of revelation and church teaching so as to bring out better their historical dimensions.
George Tyrrell was born February 6,in Dublin, Ireland. Von Hugel and Tyrrell: The story of a friendship [Maude Dominica Mary Petre] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
First published inthis volume is a collection of letters from von Hügel to his niece, Gwendolen Greene, who edited these letters. One of the most brilliant and influential Christian thinkers of the early 20 th century, von Hügel () was an Austrian born Roman Catholic. days, disinterested in books and studies, given to Idleness, yet he could 'pass muster1.
He was low in scholarship, yet in student gather ings, conversations, and arguments, he was never disregarded. 4 And in later life this power did 5 not diminish. Gout, L1 Affaire Tyrrell (Paris, ), p. 20; Personal letter of von Hugel as quoted in. There he launched his career as a writer and was introduced by his great friend von Hugel to the work of men like Loisy and Blondel.
Tyrrell's increasingly radical critique of orthodox theology. George Tyrrell () was the posthumous son of an Anglican journalist in Dublin. Raised in poverty, he converted in and joined the Jesuits the following year. After being ordained.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Item #47 First book edition of the American Jesuit's doctoral thesis, done at the University of London.
Von Hügel was "an Anglo-Austrian scholar who, like Lord Acton, had a private income and an inexhaustible intellectual appetite for Catholic theology and history" (Patrick Allitt, Catholic Converts).
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