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Previously the publication of such a major volume was a front-cover event. Having been one of the earliest of Tillich's critics I now threw whatever weight I could command into stressing the positive aspects of his thinking and the significance of his eventual contribution, but, as it turned out in this case, in vain. Export citation Request permission.
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