Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Anscombe in August
Julia Driver has written a useful article on Elizabeth Anscombe for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (HT: Siris) Imprint Academic recently published Faith in a Hard Ground: Essays on Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics by G. E. M. Anscombe, an anthology devoted to Anscombe’s work on theological topics (and a fascinating one, judging from the parts I’ve had time to read so far). If you’ve got a spare eighty bucks, Roger Teichmann’s The Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe also appeared recently. If you’ve been looking for some reading material for the last month of the summer, now you’ve got it.
Posted by Edward Feser at 12:38 PM
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I liked Faith in a Hard Ground, especially the essay on Transubstantiation, just out of curiosity Ed but do you have any idea of when you might put Part 2 of your Scholastic bookshelf series up?ReplyDelete
Is any of this stuff duplicated in her collected papers?ReplyDelete