The Names of Christ

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Paulist Press, 1984 - 385 páginas
The Names of Christ, a masterpiece of the Golden Age of Spain, was written by Luis de Leon (1527-1591), an Augustinian friar, a professor and a poet. Written in the style of a pastoral dialogue, it is a meditation on the significance of Christ's names.

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Introduction
1
Dedication
35
On Names in General
42
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Manuel Duran is professor of Spanish literature (emeritus), Yale University. Fay R. Rogg is chairman and professor of Spanish, Modern Languages Department, Borough of Manhattan Community College, The City University of New York.

William Kluback was Professor of Philosophy specializing in Hermann Cohen and neo-Kantians. In his passionate quest for a «dwelling for the spiritual,» he abandoned the philosophers, and toward the end of his life, turned to poets or poet-philosophers such as Paul Valery and Benjamin Fondane.

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