A Doctor in Spite of Himself

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that Boozer does concerning Tillich's conception of God ---nthat Tillich's thought is often paradoxical if not contradictory,nthat Tillich sees God as "being-itself," that Tillich in thenend affirms a monistic system of theology not entirely unlikenPlotinus's and Hegel's, etc. Even so, it is possible to . . .

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