Calvinistic Philosophy
and Reformational Thought

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The content of this website was made possible in part by the financial support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, in the form of an SSHRC Institutional Grant and an SSHRC General Research Fund grant. Much volunteer time has also gone into its production.

Theodore Plantinga

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Click here for some general information about this index. Please note that as of the time of posting, we have more records available than we are able to post; we need to wait for publisher's permissions.

Category 1. Books with no author or editor listed on the title page are arranged alphabetically by title. Go to letters A - L letters M - Z

Category 2: Books containing essays or articles by multiple authors are arranged alphabetically by the name of the (main) author or editor as listed on the title page. Go to letters A - C letters D - E letters F - H letters I - L letters M - O letters P - R letters S - U letters V - Z

Category 3: Books with a single author are arranged alphabetically by the name of the author. Go to letters A - C letters D - E letters F - H letters I - L letters M - O letters P - R letters S - U letters V - Z

What is this index about? Click here to read the FAQ file.

Are you interested in helping out? Click here to find out how you can make yourself genuinely useful. It's a lot of work, and we could use a hand.

GENERAL INFORMATION: The purpose of this index is to facilitate and promote the study of Calvinistic philosophy and reformational thought. The idea underlying it is that when it is not possible to hold in your hand a certain book that seems to deal with a subject of interest to you, it would be helpful to have some sort of detailed and objective indication of the book's contents. If a friend or colleague could photocopy the table of contents and the index when he visits the University of Rhode Island, let's say (which happens to have a copy of the book in its library), when he attends a conference there next month, he would be doing you a favor. You could then determine whether it would be worthwhile for you to try to get hold of the book via interlibrary loan, or to track it down in the used bookstores using the internet. Or perhaps you could then try to get someone at the University of Rhode Island to photocopy the one essay or article in the book that you need for your work.

Well, what if the table of contents and index of the book in our example, the one you have heard of but never have seen, were available on the internet? That's the idea of this index in a nutshell. With the permission of the publishers (in the case of books still under copyright) and with the blessing of the authors (where we can get hold of them), we reproduce the basic publication information, the table of contents, the index, the publisher's abstract (if there is one), and the dissertation summary (if there is one). It's as simple as that.