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Herman Dooyeweerd approached time in terms of order. By contrast, Dirk Vollenhoven saw time as continuous change and becoming. Hendrik Hart, in his () article “Problems of Time: An Essay,” attempts to steer a middle course between Dooyeweerd and Vollenhoven. However, Hart did not sufficiently take into account that temporality is primarily continuous succession in duration and continuous duration in succession. Nor has he been able to come to terms with the root of cosmic time.

In: Philosophia Reformata

Introduction to the translation of “Het dilemma voor het christelijk wijsgeerig denken en het critisch karakter van de wijsbegeerte der wetsidee” by Herman Dooyeweerd (1936), Philosophia Reformata 1 (1), pp. 3–16. See doi 10.1163/23528230-08302008.

In: Philosophia Reformata

Introduction to the translation of “De leer der analogie in de thomistische wijsbegeerte en in de wijsbegeerte der wetsidee” by Herman Dooyeweerd (1942), Philosophia Reformata 7 (1–2), pp. 47–57.

In: Philosophia Reformata

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Introduction to the translation of “De vier religieuze grondthema’s in den ontwikkelingsgang van het wijsgeerig denken van het avondland” by Herman Dooyeweerd (1941), Philosophia Reformata 6 (4), pp. 161–179.

In: Philosophia Reformata

Introduction to the translation of “De vier religieuze grondthema’s in den ontwikkelingsgang van het wijsgeerig denken van het avondland” by Herman Dooyeweerd (1941), Philosophia Reformata 6 (4), pp. 161–179.

In: Philosophia Reformata