Meynell, Hugo A(nthony)
MEYNELL, Hugo A(nthony)
MEYNELL, Hugo A(nthony). Canadian (born England), b. 1936. Genres: Philosophy, Theology/Religion. Career: Professor of Religious Studies, University of Calgary, AB, 1981-. Lecturer, 1963-73, and Sr. Lecturer in Philosophy and Theology, 1973-81, University of Leeds; Visiting Professor, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1978. Publications: Sense, Nonsense and Christianity: An Essay on the Logical Analysis of Religious Statements, 1964; Grace versus Nature: Studies in Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics, 1966; The New Theology and Modern Theologians, 1967; God and the World: The Coherence of Christian Theism, 1971; Introduction to the Philosophy of Bernard Lonergan, 1976; Freud, Marx and Morals, 1981; The Intelligible Universe: A Cosmological Argument, 1982; The Theology of Bernard Lonergan, 1986; The Nature of Aesthetic Value, 1986; The Art of Handel's Operas, 1986; Is Christianity True?, 1994; Redirecting Philosophy, 1998; Postmodernism and the New Enlightenment, 1999. EDITOR: Religion and Irreligion, 1985; (with G.F. McLean) Person and Nature, 1988; (with G.F. McLean) Person and God, 1988; (ed. with G.F. McClean) Person and Society, 1988; (with G.F. McClean), The Nature of Metaphysical Knowledge, 1988; Grace, Politics and Desire: Essays on Augustine, 1990; (with J.J. MacIntosh), Faith, Scepticism, and Personal Identity, 1994. Address: #107, 320 24th Ave SW, Calgary, AB, Canada T2S 0K2.