Dewi Zephaniah Phillips (24 November 1934 – 25 July 2006), known as D. Z. Phillips, Dewi Z, Dizzy, or simply DZ, was a Welsh philosopher. He was a leading proponent of the Wittgensteinian philosophy of religion.
Dewi Zephaniah Phillips (24 November 1934 – 25 July 2006), known as D. He had an academic career spanning five decades, and at the time of his death he held the Danforth Chair in Philosophy of Religion at Claremont Graduate University, California, and was Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Swansea University.
Philosophy's Cool Place. D. Phillips explores this position, focusing on its implications for philosophical authorship and the philosophical investigation of the nature of reality.
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Phillip’s Philosophy’s Cool Place. Article · January 2012 with 3 Reads. This book argues that these positions are in fact internally inconsistent, and so a new theological model for life after death is required. How we measure 'reads'. The opening arguments of the book aim to show that The Intermediate State actually undermines the necessity of bodily resurrection. Additionally, substance dualism, a principle The Intermediate State requires, is shown to be equally untenable in this context.
Locating Philosophys Cool Place A Reply to Stephen Mulhall. 29. Philosophy Theology and Heresy DZ Phillips and the Grammar of Religious Belief. 55. Pictures of Eternity A Reply to Mario von der Ruhr. 75. Internal Realism A Joint Feature by Dewi Z Phillips and Paul Tillich? 95. Philosophy and Theology Too Close for Comfort A Reply to Tage Kurtén.
Locating Philosophy’s Cool Place – A Reply to Stephen Mulhall. Philosophy, Theology and Heresy: . Phillips and the Grammar of Religious Belief. Pictures of Eternity – A Reply to Mario von der Ruhr. Internal Realism: A Joint Feature by Dewi Z. Phillips and Paul Tillich? ByTage Kurtén. It is a problem that can arise from many different directions, and this book explores simply one of them-the problem of philosophical authorship. Published by: Cornell University Press. What is a philosopher trying to do?
Phillips D. (1999) Philosophy’s cool place. Cornell University Press, IthacaGoogle Scholar. Phillips D. (2007) Locating philosophy’s cool place-a reply to Stephen Mulhall.
Phillips D. (2004) The problem of evil and the problem of God. SCM Press, LondonGoogle Scholar. (2006) From fantasy to faith: morality, religion and twentieth-century literature (2nd ed. In: Sanders A. F. (eds) D. Phillips’ contemplative philosophy of religion: questions and responses. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp 29–54Google Scholar.
Philosophy's Cool Place by . Phillips PDF version. A provocative and challenging work, Philosophy's Cool Place is one of the few books that addresses the discipline as an enterprise and explores its relation to moral values, religious belief, and the nature of Reality. 1668 downloads at 25 mb/s. By advancing the cause of neutrality, it will stimulate debate and foster discussion of what philosophy is to become in the postmodern era. Download Philosophy's Cool Place by . Philosophy's Cool Place by . Phillips fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.
Ludwig Wittgenstein established a "cool" stance for philosophy, contemplating the world without meddling in it. D. Z. Phillips explores this position, focusing on its implications for philosophical authorship and the philosophical investigation of the nature of reality.
Influenced by the views of Wittgenstein and his pupil Rush Rhees, Phillips―who is one of Rhees's own students―first contrasts Wittgenstein's methods with Kierkegaard's religiously oriented dialectic. He describes the difficulty in sustaining a contemplative view of philosophy and discusses efforts to go beyond it in the work of Richard Rorty, Stanley Cavell, Annette Baier, and Martha Nussbaum, who, in different ways, propose to make philosophy a guide to living. A provocative and challenging work, Philosophy's Cool Place is one of the few books that addresses the discipline as an enterprise and explores its relation to moral values, religious belief, and the nature of Reality. By advancing the cause of neutrality, it will stimulate debate and foster discussion of what philosophy is to become in the postmodern era.