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Index 442 absolutism, 207–208, 215, 387n.132 absolutization, 48, 335n.18, 337n.28, 406n.50 of individuality structures, 68, 152–153, 158, 279 of modal aspects, 158, 316. See also reductionism act-structure of the human body, 104–107, 123 aesthetic aspect, 59, 163, 189 Althusius, Johannes, 12, 140, 368n.91 analogical moments. See modal aspects Anselm, 39 Antirevolutionary Party, 20, 24, 249 antithesis, 28, 45, 49, 50, 77, 147, 256, 335n.18 apostasy, spirit of, 48–50, 122, 178–179, 250, 335n.18. apostate ground motives, 48, 50, 77–78, 93, 122, 178, 337n.28 apostate philosophy, 46, 166 Aquinas, Thomas, 25, 28, 318, 324n.21, 336n.20, 337n.40. See also ground motives, scholastic; neoThomism ; Thomism Arato, Andrew, Civil Society and Political Theory, 282, 288, 299, 403n.33 Aristotle, 5, 25, 28, 43, 157, 191, 221, 353n.46, 381n.31 Association for Calvinist Philosophy, 24, 330n.16 Augustine, 35, 39, 47, 49, 63, 77, 178, 304–305, 337n.40, 338n.65, 377nn.89, 97, 406n.50 Banner, Michael, 11 Barthianism, 49 Beem, Christopher, 9, 18, 281, 283, 287–288, 327n.41 Berger, Peter L., 8, 287, 291, 323n.13, 410n.11, 402n.19 biblical ground motive, 30, 32, 37, 43–45, 47–51, 77–78, 123, 152, 177, 304, 332n.40, 336n.20, 338n.68, 362n.40 common grace in, 50, 166, 177 creation motive in, 47–48, 336n.20 fall in, 32, 48–50, 78, 176–179, 182, 304, 335n.18, 339n.75 redemption in, 32, 47–49, 336n.20 Index 443 bioticaspect,58–60,65,72,117,392n.58 Bodin, Jean, 207–208 Botha, Elaine, 408n.18 Breems, Brad, 407n.8 Brunner, Emil, 2, 181–183, 326n.34 Buijs, Govert, 324n.24 business enterprise, 16, 98, 116, 120, 127, 254–271, 301, 303, 400n.187 social law in, 189, 264–267 structural principle of, 255, 270 See also industry Calvin, John, 45, 47, 333n.2 Calvinism, 1, 3, 6, 20–23. See also Reformation Calvinist philosophy, 13, 24–30, 32, 35, 45, 330n.16 Calvinist social thought, early modern, 12, 140–143, 278, 286, 368n.91, 369nn.94, 99 Kuyper’s view of, 368n.91 capitalism, 15, 23, 189, 255–256, 260, 300, 303, 325nn.28, 29. See also market Casanova, José, 306–307 Catholicism, Roman, 6, 20, 22, 27, 325n.30 Catholic People’s Party (KVP), 249, 330n.13 Catholic social thought, 11, 258, 363n.53, 367n.82, 401n.3. See also Christian solidarism; Maritain, Jacques; Quadragesimo Anno; Rommen, Heinrich; subsidiarity, principle of causality, 73, 160, 316, 379n.6 Chaplin, Jonathan, 334n.6, 349n.49, 361n.19, 383n.71 Christian democracy, 11, 23, 251, 325nn.27, 29, 326n.32 Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA), 307, 325nn.27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 330n.13, 405n.45 Christian Historical Union (CHU), 22, 330n.13 Christian solidarism, 261–262 Christian Union (CU), 330n.13 church, 146–147, 154–155, 177–178, 218, 334n.12, 362n.42, 396n.94, 369n.107 neo-Calvinist view of, 21, 24, 43, 142 relation to state, 4, 10–11, 94, 197, 210, 222, 244, 246–254, 294, 307, 348n.49, 395n.112 structural principle of, 111, 173–174 civil society, 5 Christianity and, 10–13. See also church, relation to state contemporary theories of, 7–10, 280–283, 287–301 Dooyewerdian view of, 37–38, 283–287, 289–305 history of, 5–7 Clouser, Roy, 40, 231, 334n.4, 334n.12 Cohen, Jean L., Civil Society and Political Theory, 282, 288, 299, 403n.33 Cole, G. D. H., 15, 210, 328n.47 communal relationships. See communities communitarianism, 8, 124, 151–152, 199, 287, 290, 405n.45. See also Etzioni, Amitai communities, 35, 112–129, 360n.5 correlation with interlinkages, 276–280 differentiated and undifferentiated, 35, 112, 119–124, 128–129, 135–136, 228, 276–277, 280, 284, 376n.67 444 Index institutional, 115, 124–130, 152, 162, 242, 256, 274, 276–277, 288–289, 300, 369n.107, 400n.1 natural and organized, 35, 102–103, 112, 117–120, 124, 127–128, 163, 167, 169, 243, 263, 362n.33, 366n.75 subjective functioning of, 103–106, 357n.69 voluntary. See voluntary associations See also business enterprise; church; family; marriage; trade union consociational democracy, 21–22, 251–253, 326n.32, 396nn.119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124 constitutional democracy, 37, 166, 207–218, 297, 320 corporatism, 15, 213, 215, 259, 405n.43 cultural aspect. See historical aspect cultural economy, principle of, 82, 119, 198, 257 cultural mandate, 23, 47–48, 75–76, 81 Dengerink, Jan...

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