Bibliography of American personalism by BogumiЕ‚ Gacka

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Published by Oficyna Wydawnicza,,Czas" in Lublin .

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  • Philosophy -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Bibliography.

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Statementcompiled and edited by Rev. Bogumił Gacka, MIC.
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LC ClassificationsZ7128.P47 G33 1994, B944.P4 G33 1994
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Pagination226 p. ;
Number of Pages226
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Open LibraryOL582208M
ISBN 108385614087
LC Control Number96171420
OCLC/WorldCa32425019

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Bibliography of American personalismAuthor: Bogumił Gacka. Personalism is an intellectual stance that emphasizes the importance of human s conceptualizations have been explored, so personalism exists in many different versions, and this makes it somewhat difficult to define as a philosophical and theological movement.

The term "personalism" was used in print first by F. Schleiermacher in the last year of the 18th. century. Board President of the Board: Rev. prof. Bogumił Gacka Bogumił Gacka (), founder of the biannual Personalism, Chairman of Christian Personalism, Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński,Warsaw.

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