By Rudolf Bernet
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This can be the 4th quantity of Tillich's amassed works, on Philosophy of faith. Chapters indexed less than. Tillich wrote in either German and English and there are essays/books in either languages here.
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I. Kairos, 1922
2. Die Oberwindung des Religionsbegriffs in der Religionsphilosophie, 1922
3. Kritisches und positives Paradox, 1923
4. Religionsphilosophie, 1925
5. Kairos: ldeen zur Geisteslage der Gegenwart, 1926
6. GliiubigerRealismus, 1927
7. Ober g! iiubigen Realism us, 1928
8. Das religiose image, 1928
9. Mythus und Mythologie, 1930
10. Offenbarung: Religionsphilosophisch, 1930
II. Philosophie und faith, 19 30
12. Theonomie, 1931
13. The non secular image I image and information, 1940-1941
14. Philosophy and Theology, 1941
15. the 2 varieties of Philosophy of faith, 1946
16. the matter of Theological procedure, 1947
17. ancient and Nonhistorical Interpretations of heritage, 1948 
18. Kairos, 1948
19. Realism and religion, 1948 . .. .
20. Biblical faith and the hunt for final truth, 1955
21. faith and its highbrow Critics, 19 fifty five
22. spiritual Symbols and Our wisdom of God, 1955
23. The be aware of God, 1957
24. The which means and Justification of non secular Symbols, 1961
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And just as of the grandest kingdoms and empires of mankind and the marvellous things achieved therein, very famous in their own times, no vestige or memory remains today, so, in like manner, of the entire world and of the vicissitudes and calamities of all created things there will not remain a single trace, but a naked silence and a most profound stillness will fill the immensity of space. 1 The peculiar liability of twentieth-century man to the anguish of being is in part a legacy of the traditional Christian-Hebraic belief in creation ex nihilo and the Christian eschatological doctrine of the Last Judgment.
There would be a purposive economy wherein . . the needs of all would be supplied. . Without struggle . . the joys of life would be provided for all in unalterable allotments, with the expenditure of little labor and with ample scope for pastime. 43 In truth, however, such a condition of affairs is impossible. It is prevented by the working of incalculable natural forces. . There may be the specific misfortune of a failure of technique. Perhaps the persistence of the campaign against diseases, temporarily to all appearances overwhelming in its success, will rob human beings of their immunity, will deprive them of it so completely that an unanticipated pestilence will sweep away the whole race.
As Kierkegaard put it, he wants a value by which he is prepared to live and for which, if necessary, he is willing to die. ” It is not blindness to danger, but the intense awareness of danger which makes the blood mount. In sum, existentialist values have a common source, a common function, and a common identifying characteristic. Their common source is an acute awareness of the tragedy inherent in the human condition. Their common function is to liberate us from the fears and frustrations of everyday life or the tedium of philosophical daydreaming.
An introduction to Husserlian phenomenology by Rudolf Bernet