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Mellan ängel och best. Människans värdighet och gåta i europeisk tradition

Piltz, Anders LU (2002)
Abstract
A collection of studies on different theories and metaphors on the nature of man in his ambivalence (with Pascals words "neither angel nor beast"), its constants and variables, from antiquity to the Middle Ages and pre-modern times. The focus is on the concept "person".

Third, revised edition.
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love as sacrament, death., history as theater, horison, book, man as writing, body, Concept of person
categories
Popular Science
pages
267 pages
publisher
Artos & Norma
ISBN
91-7217-040-9
language
Swedish
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yes
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821e983b-9854-4a6a-bc16-391c0683eade (old id 1026526)
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2008-02-08 10:45:33
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Third, revised edition.},
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