This module deals intensively with the work: Love, Power and Justice. Verna Ehret gives an insight into her experiences with Tillich's work and the US government's dealings with the Seneca nation in the Pittsburgh region. Tillich's remarks on justice are particularly connectable in the question of how to deal with racism.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Werner Schüßler talks about his first contact with Paul Tillich as the subject of his dissertation and reports on the connection between his biography and the life and works of Paul Tillich.
German Idealism is the term used to describe the epoch of German philosophy from Kant to Hegel and to Schelling's late work. The publication of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (1781) and the death of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1831) are usually regarded as chronological dates.
This module provides an overview of Paul Tillich's CV and work.
We believe that biography and theology are basically closely related. The historical context of a theological design must always be clarified and taken into account.
The module presents Paul Tillich's curriculum with its historical context and its publications in a visual way. After exploring the events of the early 20th century, the module focuses on the connection between the life and work of the theologian