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Karl Barth is often assumed to have been hostile to philosophy, wilfully ignorant of it, or too indebted to its conclusions for his own theological good. These truisms of twentieth-century theology are challenged in this original and comprehensive account of Barth's understanding of the relationship between theology and philosophy. Drawing upon a range of material from Barth's earliest writings (1909) up until interviews and roundtable discussions... more...