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Two Theological Langua. by George Parkin Grant. He is best known for his Canadian nationalism, political conservatism, and his views on technology, pacifism and Christian faith.
Two Theological Langua. He is often seen as one of Canada's most original thinkers.
He is best known for his Canadian nationalism, political conservatism, and his views on technology, pacifism, and Christian faith.
God is the indirect creator of evil in that he has persuaded creation to bring forth entities that have the potential for evil. Reference: Theodicy and End-of-Life Care.
George Parkin Grant OC, P., FRSC (Toronto, November 13, 1918 .
His D. Phil was in theology though he later taught in departments of Philosophy (Dalhousie), Religion (McMaster), and Political Science (Dalhousie).
name George Parkin Grant birth 1 November, 1918 Toronto, Ontario, Canada . Arms to communications: Idealist and pragmatist strains of Canadian thought on technology and nationalism. Canadian Journal of Communication, 28"(2), 167-84.
by George Parkin Grant.
George Parkin Grant was born in Toronto (November 13, 1918) and .
George Parkin Grant was born in Toronto (November 13, 1918) and died in Halifax, Nova Scotia (September 27, 1988). His D. Phil was in theology but he later taught in departments of philosophy (Dalhousie), religion (McMaster), and political science (Dalhousie). Politics & Philosophy.
During his lifetime, George Grant influenced a broad cross-section of Canadians, urging them to. .49. Philosophy and Adult Education.
During his lifetime, George Grant influenced a broad cross-section of Canadians, urging them to think more deeply about matters of social justice and individual responsibility. He wrote on subjects as diverse as technology, abortion, Canadian politics and nationalism, and the war in Vietnam, and was claimed equally by rightist and leftist causes. Now, more than a decade after his death, George Grant's writings continue to stimulate, challenge, and inspire.
George Grant was an unusual combination of public intellectual and cloistered scholar George Grant died in September 1988, six weeks shy of his seventieth birthday.
George Grant was an unusual combination of public intellectual and cloistered scholar. As a young man, he made a strong impression on his contemporaries; in later life, he became a symbol of Canadian nationalism; and today, almost twenty years after his death, his major writings, though few in number and limited in scope, conforming to the conventions neither of popular nor of academic authorship, continue to engage readers and to provoke discussion. George Grant died in September 1988, six weeks shy of his seventieth birthday.
Collected Works of George Grant George Grant's Platonic Rejoinder to Heidegger Contemporary Political Philosophy . Critical Notice of George Parkin Grant, English-Speaking Justice; and C. acpherson, The Life and Times of Liberal Democracy.
Collected Works of George Grant. George Parkin Grant, Peter C. Emberley & Arthur Davis - 2000. By Loving Our Own George Grant and the Legacy of Lament for a Nation. Peter C. Emberley - 1990. George Grant a Biography. George Grant's Platonic Rejoinder to Heidegger Contemporary Political Philosophy and the Question of Technology. English-Speaking Justice. Norman Daniels - 1979 - Canadian Journal of Philosophy 9 (3):563-573. George Parkin Grant: A Platonist for Our Time.