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This volume, three separate books in one edition, is a collection of Josef Pieper’s famous treatises on the three theological virtues of Faith, Hope, and Love. We summarize Josef Pieper’s “Faith, Hope, and Love.” The word count of this summary is: 4, words (7 total pages). PDF download of the contents of this. Booktopia has Faith, Hope, Love by Josef Pieper. Buy a discounted Paperback of Faith, Hope, Love online from Australia’s leading online bookstore.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Faith, Hope, Love by Josef Pieper. This volume, three separate books in one edition, is a collection of Josef Pieper’s famous treatises on the three theological virtues of Faith, Hope, and Love. Each of these treatises was originally published as a separate work over a period of thirty-seven joef, and here they are brought together in English for the first time.

The first of the three that he wrote, On Hop This volume, three separate books in one edition, is a collection of Josef Pieper’s famous treatises on the three theological virtues of Faith, Hope, and Love. The first of the three that jodef wrote, On Hope, was written in in response to the general feeling of despair of those times. His “philosophical treatise” on Faith was derived from a series of lectures he gave in the late loge and early s.

His most difficult work, one that he struggled joswf for years – and almost abandoned – was his work On Love. Pieper now feels that this is the most important book he has written. He discusses not only the theological virtue of caritas-agape, but also of eros, sexuality, and even “love” of music and wine. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Faith, Hope, Loveplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Mar 23, John rated it it was amazing. Pieper is an outstanding linguist as he clearly defines with laser-precision the definition and meanings of words such as belief, hope, and love. His treatise on love is the best of all.

Noteworthy is his dedicated resolve to challenge the notion that “eros” and “agape” are somehow mutually exclusive and opposed; rather, he marries these two expressions of love as being in unison under the all-encompassing “amor”. Hence, “eros” is not evil as the Puritans and Freudians, among others, would have Pieper is an outstanding linguist as he clearly defines with laser-precision the definition and meanings of words such as belief, hope, and love.

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Hence, “eros” is not evil as the Puritans and Freudians, among others, would have it, but it is right to say that a correct ordering of even self-love and love of another, in the erotic sense, is ordered toward and gives fuller expression to the love of God.

In short, he argues against an emotionally detached way of “loving” God and neighbor. Charity is not aloof. Worth at least another two reads to try to really grasp what he’s saying. Nov 20, Dan Snyder rated it it was amazing.

Along with Pieper’s book on the four cardinal virtues Wisdom, Courage, Justice, and Temperancethis affords dilation on the classical virtues. Faith,Hope, and Love being the spiritual virtues, a study of these books will set a ready well on their way to grappling with these themes in classical literature as well as scripture.

Oddly, Pieper avows that he doesn’t propose a theological book in some of the chaptersho;e a purely philosophical discussion. Apr 23, Amanda Patchin rated it it was amazing.

Some of the best writing I have ever read. Pieper is insightful, provocative, and witty. The essay on faith mosef deepened my understanding of how belief functions in relation to both knowledge and persons. The essay on hope offers a rich exploration of the tension between magnanimity and humility that challenged how I see my vocation. The essay on love explores how the act of loving another person affirms and extends their realness – their being – by the declaration “It is good that you exist”.

B Some of the best writing I have ever read. Beyond excellent despite one condemnation of the “heresy” of Protestantism! Nov 29, David Haines rated it it was amazing.

This book was an absolute joy to read. I would kove nothing less from an author such as Josef Pieper. The book is divided into 3 separate though certainly related treatises. The first is a masterful explanation of faith. It will be hard to find a better work on the subject.

The second is a short treatment on the notion of hope which is quite inspiring and thought provoking. The last is on love, and is a deep and thought provoking look at the notion of love. It should be read along side of C. Lewis’s work “The Four Loves” which Pieper quotes frequently. All in all a book that should be read over and over again. Oct 24, Al added it.

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I appreciated Pieper’s reflections on the three theological virtues. Each chapter is richly thoughtful and articulate, fleshing out the virtues in a way that both deepens understanding and challenges one’s living.

I used this book, as well as Pieper’s book on the four cardinal virtues prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance as the backbone for a series of sermons gaith the seven virtues.

Throughout the series, I was continually thankful for this resource. Sep 06, Jasonlylescampbell rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a whole new way to think. Pieper is an Aquanis scholar and so it reveals the rationality of a different age.

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One where it was understood that reality involved both the piepe and the invisible. It is amazing to read a philosophical writing on these Christian virtues. This is one of my new favorite people.

Feb 21, Tom Park rated it liked it. I basically like the book, but it seemed to take forever for either of the leads to get around to the point, all the while beating themselves for not getting around to the point.

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The ending was a nice twist, it’s just too bad it took all that time to get there. Jul 22, Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: Well worth the time it takes to read this book Pieper discusses the virtues of faith hope and love from a different perspective than any I’ve read. Sep 08, Tim rated it it was amazing. Apr 01, Keith Lane rated it it was amazing. The whole book is insightful, but Pieper’s thoughts on hope are the best I’ve encountered anywhere.

Jun 24, Jrome!! This is by far one of the best analysis on Love. Also, Pieper’s work on Hope is a must read for every single modern reader. He is the only author that I know that makes Thomism attractive!

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Pieper is among pieperr most widely read philosophers of the 20th century. The main focus of his thought is the overcoming of cultural forms of secular totalitarianism and of its philosophical foundations through a rehabilitation of the Christian concept of man that is related to experience and action.