Intellectual appetite: A theological grammar

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Griffiths, Paul. (2009) Intellectual appetite: A theological grammar Catholic University of America Press.
AuthorsGriffiths, Paul
Abstract

The appetite for knowledge--wanting to know things--is very strong in humans. Some will sacrifice all other goods (sex, power, food, life itself) for it. But this is not a simple appetite, and this book treats some of its complications, deformations, beauties, and intensities.

KeywordsReligion and Religious Studies
ISBN9780813216867
Page range1 - 233
Research GroupSchool of Theology
Year2009
PublisherCatholic University of America Press
Place of publicationUnited States of America
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