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Index




Asad, Talal 3, 11, 12, 69, 111, 227
Abraham, William J. 25
ascesis:
accommodationists 3
of faithful engagement 210“13
Adorno, T. W. 35, 197, 287
of hopeful engagement 221“56
agonists:
of loving engagement 303“6
as alternative to liberal political
asceticism, ascesis 2“3, 10“12, 21, 26, 33,
theory 266“74
47, 79, 131, 146, 166“7, 172“3, 181,
attractions of 267“9
188, 196“9, 208, 210“13, 235, 245,
moral psychology of 271
248, 256“60, 286“95, 303“6
ontological assumptions of 272“3
Augustine™s thought on 188
political thought of 265
ascetics
problems with 269“74
of faithful Christian citizenship 2“3,
Alexander, Jeffrey 158
172
Alison, James 39
Auden, W. H. 105
Allen, Danielle 265, 317
Audi, Robert 55
Alston, William 55
Augustine 14
Alypius 190
account of evil of 218
American Founders 176
account of freedom of 51, 63“8
Ammerman, Nancy 8, 9
account of human action/agency of
Amos 226
57“73">44, 57“73
Anderson, Victor 206
ad Gal. 82
Anscombe, G. E. M. 103
as resource for dogmatics of public
Anselm 65
life 18“23
antinomianism 41
conf. 19, 51“61, 123, 126, 131, 190
apartheid 299
contra acad. 51“61
apatheism 114
criticism of Donatism of 87
apocalypticism 12, 15, 18, 24, 27, 34,
critique of ideology in 231“5
37“42, 43, 64, 99, 127, 159, 166, 173,
de civitate Dei 19, 92, 96, 126, 132, 143,
179“80, 191, 194, 196, 199, 205“8,
163, 179, 191, 218, 230, 232, 290,
212, 237, 240, 241, 253, 255, 256, 278,
308, 316
284, 294, 311“15
de doctrina Christiana 100, 101, 233
contemporary cultural criticism as
de magistro 53, 54, 188
apocalyptic 217“25
de Trinitate 19, 47, 52, 53, 60, 74, 82,
civic republicanism as apocalyptic
88, 126, 129, 131
179“80
deconstruction of 94“9
apocalyptic imagination 39“41.
ennar. 60
Aquino, Frederick D. 51, 63“7
epistemological critique of
Arato, Andrew 174
Platonism of 51, 52“5
Arendt, Hannah 163, 176, 185, 252




[357]
358 Index


Bauman, Zygmunt 147, 152, 155
Augustine (cont.)
Bavel, Tarcisius J. van, O.S.A. 14, 22,
epistemology of 45, 47“58
44, 76
Gen. ad litt. 51“64, 83
Beauchamp, Richard 15
hermeneutics of charity of 235“8
Beck, Ulrich 150, 226
in Io. ep. 13, 81, 87, 236
Beckett, Samuel 35
Letter to Diognetus 143
Beem, Chris 174
on authority 187“90
Beiner, Ronald 154, 156
on autonomy 47“59
Bell, Daniel 147, 150, 152
on escapism 32
Bell, Daniel M., Jr. 240, 257
on freedom 46“59
Bellah, Robert 175
on love 80“8, 274“307
Beloved Community 121, 161, 302
on the pilgrimage of our affections
Benhabib, Seyla 200
12
Bennett, Oliver 148
on pluralism 108“9
Berger, Peter 3, 43, 193, 293
on reason 56“71
Berkowitz, Peter 152, 173
on sin 188
Berlin, Isaiah 215
on ˜˜using™™ and ˜˜enjoying™™ 76“8
Bernard of Clairvaux 19
ontological critique of Platonism of
Berry, Wendell 288
46, 48“9
Berstein, Michael Andre 42
ontology of Creation of 78“88 ´
Berstein, Richard J. 126
philosophy of mind of 49“57
Bertram, Christopher 153, 209
political thinking of 20“3, 54“70
Bettenson, Henry 233, 235
pref. 234
Betz, Hans Dieter 14
sermo. 8, 85, 189
Bewes, Timothy 148, 193, 228, 301
theological anthropology of 33, 44,
Binder, Amy J. 150
46, 75, 126
Bird, Colin 153
theology of citizenship of 145, 172,
Bivins, Jason C. 4, 160, 171, 200
180, 217
Black, Anthony 146, 191
theology of engagement of 31“3, 145
Blankenhorn, David 174
thought of, and its obstruction by
Bloch, Ernst 248
contemporary thinkers 44“7
Bloch, Ruth H. 191
tradition of 19
Block, James 69
worldliness in 18
Bloomsbury 288
Augustinian:
Bonaventure, St. 19
analysis of Empire 219“22
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich 18
cosmology 276“82
Bowlin, John 108, 283
cultural criticism 230“8
Boyarin, Daniel 205, 207
psychology 282“5
Boyer, Paul 39, 42, 312
autonomy, after Augustine 51, 68“70
Boyle, Marjorie O™Rourke 35
Ayres, Lewis 19, 51“69, 129, 130
Boyle, Nicholas 150, 286
Boyte, Harry C. 201
Baer, Helmut David 76
Bramadat, Paul A. 5
Baier, Annette 78, 85
Bright, Pamela 95
Baker, C. Edwin 150
Brinkley, Alan 152, 156
Balthasar, Hans Urs von 18, 245, 246,
Brint, Steven 149, 228
293, 303“5
British Raj 299
Barber, Benjamin 146, 156, 205“7, 311
Brodsky, Joseph 252
Barnes, Michael, SJ 38, 115, 118, 119, 120,
Brooks, David 151
134
Brown, Michael 10, 226
Barney, Darin 150
Brown, Peter 14, 57, 90, 92, 253
Barth, Karl 77, 137, 195, 262, 293
Brown, Wendy 11, 216
Bartov, Omar 227
Bruns, Gerald 98, 99, 103
Bass, Dorothy 10
Buchanan, Allen 201
Bathory, Peter Dennis 235
Buford, Bill 301
Batnitsky, Leora 15
Bull, Malcolm 39
Baudrillard, Jean 17, 289
359
Index


Collinge, William J. 51, 62
Burke, Edmund 301
communion 295“303
Burnaby, John 57, 60, 80
communism 299
Burnell, Peter 21, 44“58, 163
communitarians 56“72, 170
Burnyeat, Miles 53“4, 54“70, 70“2
proposal for politics 173“5
Burrell, David 22, 68
communitarianism 172
Burton-Christie, Douglas 198
community
eschatological realization of 106,
Calvin, John 19, 89, 293
122
Cameron, Michael 19, 97
confession 25, 32, 55, 65, 75, 87, 106,
Campbell, Colin 13, 150
132“6, 145, 190, 198“9, 207, 211“12,
Camus, Albert 102, 252
235, 244, 317
Canning, Robert 82, 92
practice of 198“210
caritas see love
Connolly, William 4, 45, 58, 59, 108, 113,
Carney, Frederick S. 20
114, 124, 133, 157, 267, 271, 311
Carruthers, Mary 98
Constable, Giles 12
Carter, Steven 154, 193
Constantinianism 56“72
Cary, Philip 48
consumer culture 12
Casanova, Jose 3, 4, 149, 154, 299
´
consumerism 27
Castelli, Jim 202
contingency 225
Cavadini, John 14, 129, 131, 188, 189
conversion 122
Cavanaugh, William 14, 23, 40, 103, 111,
Conybeare, Catherine 46, 59, 97, 232
146, 155, 224
Cook, Martin 42, 312
Torture and Eucharist 223“4
Cooper, Kate, and Conrad Leyser 188
Cavell, Stanley 35, 44
cosmopolitans 264
Chaloupka, William 148, 193, 228
critics of 264
Chambers, Simone
Cowen, Tyler 166, 262, 306
and Will Kymlica 174
Cox, Jeffrey 4
Chambers, Simone
Cranz, F. Edward 163
and Jeffrey Kapstein 174
Chappell, T. D. J. 49, 61 creation, the
as gift 319
charity 25, 92 see also love
as liturgy 293
charity, hermeneutics of 94“102, 218,
as site of Sabbath 320
230“8
Charry, Ellen 10, 11 Crenson, Matthew A.150
Cronon, William 81, 226
Christian citizenship 193“5
Crouse, R. D. 47, 60
of hope 238“60
and eschatology 249“56 culture:
critique of 218“24
of charity 285“307
of academic cynicism 224“30
Christian Realism 165, 239, 264
Cushman, Thomas 227
Church, the 316
cynicism 238, 301
Cicero 176, 232
civic republicanism 172, 175“80
Dagger, Richard 157
thought of 190“3
Dalton, Russell J. 150, 151
civil rights movement
Davies, Oliver 14, 80, 115, 197
in USA 6, 217, 240, 299
on kenosis 128
Clark, Randolph 58
on self and dialogue 127
Claussen, M. A. 14
D™Agostino, Fred 268
Cloeren, Herman J. 54, 70
Daley, Brian 253
Coakley, Sarah 12
Darsey, James 216, 228, 229
Cohen, Diane 202
Davis, Scott 19, 92, 253
Cohen, Jean 174
Dawson, John David 95
Cohen, Lizabeth 150
De Certeau, Michel 12
Cohen, Mitchell 221, 256
De Lubac, Henri 22
Colburn, Forrest 148
Deane, Herbert A. 163
Coleman, John J. 150
Delbanco, Andrew 229
Coles, Romand 4, 17, 115, 181, 267, 272
360 Index


Eucharist 294“5, 303“5, 315
democracy:
euergetism 92
apology for 23
Eusebius of Caesarea 40
secular critics of 311
evangelism 25
Deneen, Patrick 157, 175, 178
Evans, Sara 149, 201
Derrida, Jacques 288
Everett, William Johnson 150
Descartes, Rene 51, 69, 226
´
evil 47“60, 229“30
philosophy of mind of 46
exegesis 103
account of understanding as
representation 98
faith 43“4, 47, 132, 167
determinism 59
in public life 169“213
dialogue 117
political grammar of 158“68
Dickstein, Morris 216
role of suffering in 195“9
DiIulio, John J. 10
family values 6
DiNoia, J. A. 116, 118, 119, 139
fanaticism 179
Dionne, E. J. 10, 147
Farkas, Steve 170
Djuth, Marianne 57
Ferree, Myra Marx 150
Dodaro, Robert 19, 20, 164, 231, 232
Ferreira, M. Jamie 278
Donatists 87, 96, 283
Fiedrowicz, Michael 19
Dorff, Elliot 108
Fish, Stanley 170, 171, 268, 270, 271, 280
Doughtery, Richard J. 163
Fitzgerald, Allan D. 232
Doyle, Daniel Edward 189
Flanagan, Scott C. 150
Drake, Hal 170
Flathman, Richard 270
Dreyfus, Hubert 58
Flood, Gavin 11
Dumont, Louis 226
Fodor, James 131
Dunn, Richard 155, 174
Foleno, Tony 170
˜˜during the world™™ 15
Foley, Richard 44, 49, 56, 58, 72, 174
Dyas, Dee 12
Ford, David 294, 305, 316, 317
Forsyth, Neil 277
Eberle, Christopher 4, 113
Foucault, Michel 301
Eck, Diana 7
Fowler, Robert Booth 8, 130, 152, 153
Edmundson, Mark 229
Frank, Thomas 148, 151
Edwards, Bob, and Michael Foley 174
Frankfurt, Harry G. 47, 51, 60, 65, 271
Edwards, Jonathan 19, 293
Fredriksen, Paula 64
Ehrenberg, John 174
free will 44“58
Eisenhower, strategy 170
Friedman, Lawrence Meir 69
Eliasoph, Nina 148, 149, 151, 158
frivolity 288
Ellacura, Ignacio 246
as opposed to amusement 289“90
Elshtain, Jean Bethke 4, 112
Frykholm, Amy Johnson 42, 210, 312
Elster, Jon 51, 64, 195
Fukuyama, Francis 147, 201, 226
Emerson, Ralph 45, 47“58
endurance 10, 11“15
Gainsborough, Juliet F. 150
engagement 53, 70“2, 123
Galston, William 152, 153, 157, 178, 203
epistemology:
on lack of belief 170
externalism 49, 50, 55
Gamson 150
internalism 49, 54“5
Gamwell, Franklin I. 78, 111, 115
Ertman, Thomas 155
Gardella, Peter 7
eschatology 14, 15, 18, 26“7, 34, 36, 38, 44,
Gary, Brett 156
63“4, 104“6, 109, 119, 122, 126, 133,
Geach, Peter 78
134“5, 159, 182“6, 187“93, 195“201,
Gergen, Kenneth 193
211“12, 217“18, 234, 236, 237“8, 241“2,
Gerhards, Jurgen 150
249“52, 254“5, 277“8, 283, 285“6, ¨
Geuss, Raymond 226
294“6, 306, 308“9, 313“21
Gibson, Alan 4, 176
eschatological imagination 38,
Giddens, Anthony 225, 226
39“41, 284
Gilkey, Langdon 284
Augustine™s use of eschatology 39,
Gill, Robin 8, 24, 201
97
361
Index


Heschel, Abraham 251
Ginsberg, Benjamin 150
Heyd, David 111
Glendon, Mary Ann 174, 254
Hick, John 137
Glenn, John K. 158
Hill, Christopher 36, 191
gnosticism 120
Hillygus, Sunshine D. 158
Goldfarb, Jeffrey 148
Hirota, Janet M. 150
Goodheart, Eugene 288
Hirschman, Albert O. 111, 148, 226, 261,
grace 36, 51“64, 309
271
Graff, Gerald 228
Hoffman, Stefan-Ludwig 174
Gramsci, Antonio 158
Hofrenning, Daniel J. 7
Greeley, Andrew 6, 12
Hollenbach, David 5, 246
Green, Donald P. 226
Holman, Susan R. 253
Greer, Rowan 10
Holmes, George 15, 156
Gregory of Nyssa 245
hope 74, 133“4, 167, 197
Gregory, Eric 278
in public life 214“17
Grif¬ths, Paul 95, 117, 118, 131, 137, 139,
Hopkins, Gerard Manley 293
189, 320
Hout, Michael A. 8
Guinn, David E. 171
Hubbard, Moyer V. 33
Gunn, Giles 216, 227
Hughes, Graham 5, 224
Gunneman, Jon 178
Hughes, Kevin 20, 163, 314
Gus¬eld, Joseph R. 159
Hulliung, Mark 226
Gutierrez, Gustavo 240
´
Hunter, James Davison 4, 147, 152
Hutter, Reinhard 126
Habermas, Jurgen 149 ¨
¨
Hadot, Pierre 10
Ignatieff, Michael 254
Halberstam, Michael 156
immanentists 37
Hall, Amy Laura 278
Hall, Peter Dobkin 149 immigration
effect on American religion 7
Halliburton, R. 14
Incarnation, the 315
Halter, Marilyn 150
Independent Sector, the 202
Hammond, Phillip 152
Inglebert, Herve 187, 233
Hann, Chris 174 ´
Inglehart, Ronald 3, 151
Harding, Susan Friend 7, 39
Innes, Stephen 92
Hardt, Michael 219
intellectuals 227
and Antonio Negri 219, 238, 302
Inwagen, Peter van 58, 59
Hariman, Robert 78
Irvin, Dale T. 117
Harmless, William 99, 189
Irwine, Martin 99
Harpham, Geoffrey Halt 11
Isaac, Jeffrey 146, 147, 148, 152, 156, 158,
Harris, Daniel 289
166, 208, 228, 229, 311
Harrison, Carol 13
Hart, Stephen 4, 7, 149, 150, 156, 158
Jackall, Robert 150
Harvey, David 17, 39, 226
Jackson, Timothy 19
Hatch, Nathan O. 178, 191, 203
Jacobs, Alan 95
Hauerwas, Stanley 8, 12, 24, 162, 290
Jacobsen, Eric 201
Hauptmann, Emily 226
Jaeger, A Robert 202
Havel, Vaclav 194, 195, 239, 242, 243,
´
Jameson, Frederic 225
244, 250“60
Jasper, James M. 159
Healey, Nicholas 18, 121
Jeffreys, Derek 67
heaven 308“21
Jenkins, Philip 253
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 152,
Jenson, Robert 17
174
criticism of George Lindbeck 120
Heim, Mark 118
Johnston, David 4, 170
Henry, Patrick 170
Johnston, Larana 152, 159
Herbert, George 74 ˜
Jones, L. Gregory 130, 130
Herbert, Zbigniew 149
and Stephanie Paulsell 237
Hertzke, Allen 6, 8, 253
Jones, Serene 12
Herzog, Don 153
362 Index


of citizenship 146
joy 33, 76, 91, 99, 100, 121, 146, 193, 199,
love 11, 20“3, 36“7, 51, 57, 60“7, 75“6,
236, 248, 256“8, 262, 286“95, 306,
79“93, 95“6, 100“4, 105“6, 108,
316, 320“1
118“19, 121“3, 129“30, 135“6, 138,
Judaism 38
141, 142, 145, 148, 159, 161, 166, 168,
Juergensmeyer, Mark 154, 155
190, 196, 198“9, 201, 203, 211, 230“6,
Jungel, Eberhard 39
¨
261“6, 274“307, 316“21
and play 279“82
Kahn, Paul 153, 156, 166, 262
Lovibond, Sabina 75, 112
Kant, Immanuel 226
Lovin, Robin 173, 209, 278“9
Kantorowicz, Ernst Hartwig 163
Luther, Martin 46
Kapstein, Jeffrey 174
Lyotard, J. F. 115
Keller, Catherine 75, 77
Kenney, Radraic 158, 249
McCann, Dennis 284
Kim, Sunhyuk 174
McCarraher, Eugene 7, 216, 231
kingdom of God 121, 277, 285
McCarthy, John 202
feast of 316, 316“20
McClay, Wilfred 152, 223
Kirk, Kenneth 21
McCloskey, Deirdre 78
Konrad, George 23
´
McDowell, John 51“69, 55“71
Krasner, Stephen D. 201
Macedo, Stephen 4, 157, 270
Kraynak, Robert P. 171
McGreevy, John T.8, 201
Krupnick, Mark 216

Machiavelli, Niccolo 179, 311
Kumar, Krishan 158, 174
MacIntyre, Alasdair 118, 127, 137, 237,
Kuttner, Robert 226
280, 288
Kymlicka, Will 174
McLynn, Neil 163
MacQueen, D.J. 92
LaHaye, Tim 312“13
McRoberts, Omar M. 17
and Jerry B. Jenkins 313
McWilliams, Wilson Carey 170, 201
Lakoff, George 150
Mahmood, Saba 4, 154, 160
Lambert, David 234
Malcolm X 160
Lamberton, Robert 98
Manicheanism 90, 188, 222, 312“13
Lane, Robert E. 150
Manichees 190
Lasch, Christopher 240
Marcel, Gabriel 243, 244, 246, 247
Lash, Nicholas 56, 71, 101, 212, 226, 292,
Markell, Patchen 207, 265
293
Markham, Ian 32, 110
Laursen, John Christian 189
Lawless, George 11, 233 on strategies for theological
engagement 137
Layman, Geoffrey 4
Markus, R. A. 14, 31, 90, 97, 98, 99, 101,
Lear, Jonathan 51, 58, 66, 194, 288,
162“3, 188, 234, 237, 242
292
Leege, David 5 on Augustine™s theology of grace
188
˜˜Left Behind™™ novels 312“15
Marsh, Charles 7, 161, 217, 299, 303
Lendon, J. E. 231
Martin, Thomas 19, 92, 99, 155,
Levene, Nancy 4
189
Lewis, C. S. 262, 318, 320
Marx 298
Leyerle, Blake 103
Marxism 240
Leyser, Conrad 188, 189
Mathewes, Charles T. 4, 19, 24, 34, 36,
liberation theology 165
51, 64, 123, 125, 149, 162, 188, 189,
and hope 240
190, 229, 237, 277, 295
libertarian 58
Mayer, Arno J. 301
Lichterman, Paul 151, 158, 159, 202
Mehta, Uday Singh 153, 155
Lieberman, Marcel 226, 271
Meilander, Gilbert 19
Lilla, Mark 216
Mele, Alfred 57, 73
Lincoln, Abraham 177, 259
Melucci, Alberto 159
Lindbeck, George 120
Mendus, Susan 262
liturgy 103
Mennell, Susan 65
citizenship as 26
363
Index


Novak, David 38, 108, 117, 252, 256
Merton, Thomas 24
Micheletti, Michele 150 on Jewish“Christian dialogue
140
Michnik, Adam 158, 252, 299
Nussbaum, Martha 77
Milbank, John 22, 33, 51“64, 81, 109, 118,
Nygren, Anders 80
133, 212
Augustinian response to pluralism
O™Connor, William Riordan 80
of 124“7
O™Daly, G. J. P. 14
critique of policing of the sublime
O™Donovan, Oliver 19, 25, 69, 76, 163,
273
182, 193, 262, 265, 297
distinction between negative and
on Christian worship 190
positive sublime 288
on conversion 134 vision of Christian commitment to
political life of 181“7
on dialectical reason 134
objectivism 55, 70
Theology and Social Theory 126
Ochs, Peter 4, 56, 71
Truth in Aquinas 127
O™Donnell, James J. 129, 232
Millar, Fergus 176
O™Leary, Joseph S. 39, 65
Miller, Patrick 13, 39, 151, 279, 315, 316,
Okin, Susan Moller 206
317
Oliver, Catherine 150, 178
Milosz, Czeslaw 249
Olson, Laura 8
modernity
Orlie, Melissa 115, 157, 205“7
jeremiads against 24
otherworldliness 54, 70, 75“7
problem of 125
of project 35“7
Moltmann, Jurgen 38, 197, 214, 242, 243,
¨
Owens, Erik 4
246, 247, 248
Montaigne, Michel de 226
particularism 135
Moore, R. Laurence 228
Pascal, Blaise 288
Morone, James A. 149, 150, 178
Pater, Walter 288
Morse, Christopher 196
Patterson, Thomas E. 147
Mouffe, Chantal 153, 267, 268, 270
Paul, St. 56, 125, 245, 300
Mueller, Paul 5
Paul, T. V. 201
Muers, Rachel 120
Paulsell, Stephanie 237
Murdoch, Iris 91
Peacock, Molly 261
Murnion, Philip 5
Pelagians 44, 58, 90, 188
Murphy, Andrew R. 111, 155
Pels, Dick 228
Murray, John Courtney 25
Perl, Jeffrey M. 228
Perry, Michael 4, 150
Nagel, Robert 150
Pettit, Philip 157, 176, 198
Nectarius 187
Pharr, Susan 147
Nederman, Cary J. 111
Phillips, Adam 23, 194, 195
Negri, Antonio 219
Philpott, Daniel 155
neighbor 318“20
Pichardo, Nelson 159
Nelson, Eric 78, 175
Pickstock, Catherine 16, 51, 65, 125, 127,
Newey, Glen 156
146
Newton, Isaac 17
Pieper, Joseph 244, 279, 293
Nicholls, David 7, 170
Pinches, Charles 130
Nie, Norman 158
Pinochet, Augusto 299
Niebuhr, H. Richard 8, 19, 41, 66, 211,
Placher, William 4, 33
292
Plantinga, Alvin 44, 58“73, 137
Niebuhr, Reinhold 19, 40, 163, 239“40,
277, 294 Plato:
critique of poets in The Republic 226
Nietzsche, Friedrich 14, 77, 227, 266
on ˜˜serious play™™ 288
Nolan, James L. 150
The Republic 51, 69
Noll, Mark 5, 7
Platonism 45“8
non-believers, Christians™ relations with
107“8 Augustine™s ontological critique of
46, 48, 49
Norris, Kathleen 3, 198
364 Index


Rawls, John 6, 115, 267, 270
play 97, 192, 276, 279, 285“99, 305“6
egalitarian interventionism of 157
pluralism 108“42
fear of religion of 154
Augustinian tradition and 121“42
theory of justice of 113
exclusivism 117
Raz, Joseph 157
inclusivism 117
relativism 55, 70
secular approaches to 110“15
Pocock, J. G. A. 179, 191 religion, as source of civic commitment
170“3
politics 309
Rescher, Nicholas 118, 153, 216
cultural forces in¬‚uencing 150
Revelation, book of 38
Lutheran proposals for 162
Ricoeur, Paul 14, 302
managerial bureaucratization of
Rist, John 88
149
Roberts, Tyler T. 11
mobilization of conservative
Robinson, Marilynne 20
Christians 200
Rohr, John 108
of identity 204“10
recovery of 157“68 Roman Catholic Church
statements of 6
Thomist proposals for 162
travail under Pinochet regime 223
political liberalism 152“7, 173“80, 267,
vision of 201, 203
298, 311
Romantic nationalists 174
on privacy 298
Roof, Wade Clark 10, 226
political life 146
Rorty, Richard 280, 288
Polkinghorne, John 245
Rose, Gillian 222
Polletta, Francesca 192
Rosen, Stanley 288
Pollmann, Karla 38, 95, 232
Rosenblum, Nancy 154, 169, 174
Polsgrove, Carol 240
Rosenzweig, Franz 15, 38, 315
Polsky, Andrew J. 150

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