The Courage to Be (Tillich) OverviewThis book is one of the most influential and widely read works by the twentieth century German-American philosophy and theologian Paul Tillich. Based on the prestigious Terry Lectures Tillich delivered in 1950, the book surveys the history of various approaches to courage and anxiety in both philosophy and religion. Melding existentialist thought with his own brand of Protestant humanism, Tillich argues for an understanding of courage as both individual self-affirmation and collective participation, rooted in the ground and power of being-itself which transcends conventional theism.
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