No One Could Have Known Josef Pieper

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Published: June 17th 2011

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227 pages


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No One Could Have Known  by  Josef Pieper

No One Could Have Known by Josef Pieper
June 17th 2011 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 227 pages | ISBN: | 8.51 Mb

From one of the most popular and perceptive philosophers of the 20th century comes this engaging and illustrated autobiography of a life that grew in and through momentous times. Josef Piepers early years are traced through his involvement in theMoreFrom one of the most popular and perceptive philosophers of the 20th century comes this engaging and illustrated autobiography of a life that grew in and through momentous times.

Josef Piepers early years are traced through his involvement in the vigorous student movements in the first part of this century, his contact with some of the great intellectual leaders of our century (for example, Romano Guardini), the student academic and social vacations that Pieper participated in, and the development of friendships that proved to be very influential in Catholic intellectual history.This book portrays the struggles of the young philosopher, his experiences during World War II, the evils of Nazism, and the difficulties of being an intellectual Christian during that period in history.

Josef Pieper, well known as a lay philosopher who has popularized St. Thomas Aquinas, is respected throughout the world for his penetrating analysis and clear explanations of the most crucial Christian concepts.



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