Dooyeweerd’s Collected Works


Series ‘A’  (multivolume works)

A NEW CRITIQUE OF THEORETICAL THOUGHT  (1953 – 1958)
volume 1 : The Necessary Presuppositions of Philosophy
[pdf] [html] [amzn]
volume 2 : The General Theory of Modal Spheres and The Epistemological Problem
[pdf] [html] [amzn]
volume 3 : The Structures of Individuality of Temporal Reality
[pdf] [html] [amzn]
volume 4 : Index
[pdf] [html] [amzn]


REFORMATION AND SCHOLASTICISM IN PHILOSOPHY  (1945 – 1950)
volume 1 : The Greek Prelude
[pdf] [amzn]
volume 2 : The Scholastic Tradition in Christian Thought
[pdf] [amzn]
volume 3 : The Philosophy of Nature and Philosophical Anthropology (unfinished)
[pdf] [amzn]


ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SCIENCE OF LAW  (c. 1960)
volume 1 :  Introduction
[pdf] [amzn]
     1946 edition of chapter 1
     [pdf]
volume 2 : A History of the Concept of Encyclopedia and the Concept of Law
forthcoming
volume 3 : The Elementary and Complex Basic Concepts of Law
forthcoming
volume 4 : The Typical Basic Concepts of Law and The Theory of the Sources of Law
forthcoming
volume 5 : Revised Introduction (unfinished)
forthcoming


Series ‘B’  (essay collections)

The Struggle for a Christian Politics  (1924 – 1927)
[pdf] [amzn]

The Crisis in Humanist Political Theory  (1931)
[pdf] [amzn]

Roots of Western Culture  (c. 1959)
[pdf] [amzn]

In the Twilight of Western Thought  (1960)
[pdf] [amzn]
(See important caveat on this edition by Paul Otto; pdf)

Time, Law, and History  (seven essays, various dates)
[pdf] [amzn]
1. My Philosophy of Time  (1936 – 1940)
2. The Structure of Jural Principles and the Method of the Science of Law  (1930)
3. Law and Society in the Crisis of Modern Historicism  (1949)
4. A New Study of Aristotle’s Concept of Justice  (1958)
5. The Debate about the Concept of Sovereignty  (1950)
6. Individual and Community in Roman and Germanic Conceptions of Property  (1936)
7. Law and History  (1938)

Legal, Social, and Political Philosophy  (six essays, various dates)
[pdf]
1. Calvinism and Natural Law (1925)
2. The Modal Structure of Jural Causality (1950)
3. Legal Philosophy and Sociology of Law (1964)
4. The Individual and Community (1946)
5. The Contest Over the Concept of Sovereignty (1950)
6. The Christian Idea of the State (1936)

Christian Philosophy and the Meaning of History  (four essays, various dates)
[pdf]
1. Christian Philosophy: An Exploration (1956)
2. The Meaning of History (1942)
3. The Criteria of Progressive and Reactionary Tendencies in History (1958)
4. Dangers of Intellectual Disarmament of Christianity in Science (1937)

Political Philosophy  (four selections, various dates)
[pdf]
1. Christian Idea of the State (1936)
2. The Individual and Community (1946)
3. The Structural Principle of the State [from A New Critique vol.3] (1958)
4. Classical Humanism [from Roots] (c.1959)



Additional excerpts and articles

Nature and Grace in the Calvinistic Law-Idea (1928)
[html]

Translation of excerpts from De Wijsbegeerte der Wetsidee  (1935 – 1936)
[pdf]
Study Notes for De Wijsbegeerte der Wetsidee
[pdf]
A rough Table of Concordance between
De Wijsbegeerte der Wetsidee and A New Critique of Theoretical Thought.
[pdf]

A Christian Theory of Social Institutions (1937)
[pdf of intro by John Witte, Jr] [buy; scroll down]

Time in the Philosophy of the Law-Idea (1940)
[pdf]

32 Propositions on Philosophical Anthropology (1942)
[pdf]
(another version) Theory of Man
[pdf]

excerpts from:
The Idea of Individuality Structure and the Thomistic Concept of Substance (1943 - 1946)
[pdf]

Introduction to a Transcendental Criticism of Theoretical Thought  (1947)
[pdf] [html]

Transcendental Problems of Philosophic Thought  (1948)
[html]

The Secularization of Science  (1953)
[pdf] [html]

The Analogical Concepts (1954)
[pdf]

Creation and Evolution (1959)
[pdf]

What Is Man? (1960)
[pdf]

Center and Periphery (1964)
[pdf]

C.VanTil and The Transcendental Critique (1971)
[html]

The Epistemological Gegenstand-relation (1975)
[pdf]

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