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Leeuwen, Arend Th. van (Arend Theodoor van Leeuwen)

Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York USA (1972)

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About this Item: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, New York USA, 1972. Black Cloth Gold Title ... Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 205 +1 pages. First Edition With the "A" on the copyrite page. The book has no marks or lables from past owners, only damage is a dent [from impact] on theback board 1 1/2" from the outside corner, and a correspondingindentation on the jacket in the same location, The jacket is not clipped. Black cloth-covered boards, gilt lettering on spine (hardcover binding). Not indexed. "In this volume containing the Gifford Lectures for the year 1970 the eminent Dutch theologian Arend Theodoor van Leeuwen provides a searching examination of the thought of the young Karl Marx that will be of importance both to those who are concerned primarily with Marx himself and to those who are concerned with the Marxist-Christian dialogue. Christian philosophy occupied a key position in Marx's view of world history and his confrontation with it played an important role in his development as a thinker. Arend van Leeuwen has written a thoughtful account of this confrontation and of Marx's critique of religion which was one of the major themes of his early thought.". Seller Inventory # 003966

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