Lecture 1: Philosophy of History (part 1)
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Nash introduces the idea of World View Thinking, followed by the Philosophy of History, Collingwood's theory of history, and Bultmann and his historical idealism.
Philosophy of History
I. Brief Introduction to World View Thinking
A. What is a world view?
B. Life’s most important Questions
2. Ultimate Reality
4. Human Knowledge
5. Human Beings
C. Issues in a Consistent World View
II. The Philosophy of History
A. History and Geschichte
B. History and the Christian faith
III. Collingwood’s Theory of History
IV. Bultmann and Historical Idealism
A. Faith and History
B. Form and Content in the Kerygma
C. Myth in the New Testament
D. Bultmann’s position weakened by
1. the nature of phenomenological language
2. the uncertain meaning of “science”
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