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It is accordingly one of the chief aims of the present volume to investigate the relation between the “earlier” and the “later” Barth, and the relation between the “earlier” and the “later” Brunner as well as the present relationship between these outstanding Crisis theologians.

for all practical purposes man can know nothing of a God whose being is not exhausted in his relation to the universe. Yet criticism did not have the courage to reject the “old metaphysic” entirely. Dialecticism therefore sought to do what criticism began to do but did not finish doing. And the Kierkegaardian form of dialecticism differs from the Hegelian in that it seeks again to be more critical than its predecessor. In his notion of the “Individual” Kierkegaard claims to have found a principle
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