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This book surveys the major theological writings of Hans Urs von Balthasar from the perspective of the relationship between finite and infinite freedom. The first part examines Balthasar's early treatment of the question in the context of the analogy of being. The second part concentrates on the Theological Dramatics.
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Thomas G. Dalzell is Editor of "The Letter: Irish Journal for Lacanian Psychoanalysis". An analyst member of L Association Lacanienne Internationale (Paris), and a member of the Irish School for Lacanian Psychoanalysis, he practises psychoanalysis in Dublin. He teaches at All Hallows, Dublin City University, and at the School of Psychotherapy, St Vincent 's University Hospital, in Dublin.Review:
«Whoever wishes to study Balthasar's theology of freedom in depth would be well repaid by D.'s book.» (John O'Donnell, Theological Studies)
«Die Arbeit von Thomas G. Dalzell ist für eine fruchtbare Auseinandersetzung mit dem Werk Hans Urs von Balthasars sehr anregend.» (W. Löser, Theologie und Philosophie)
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