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Author: Ray L Hart
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eBook Unfinished man and the imagination: Toward an ontology and a rhetoric of revelation (The Seabury library of contemporary theology) download

by Ray L Hart


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ISBN13:9780816420094. Release Date:January 1979.

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Toward an ontology and a rhetoric of revelation (The Seabury library of contemporary theology). Imagination, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Imagination, Revelation. The contemporary theological essay typically begins with an anatomy of frustration. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Author Bio. ▼▲. Ray L. Hart is Professor of Religion and Theology at Boston University's School of Theology in Boston, Massachusetts. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products.

Unfinished Man and the Imagination: Toward an Ontology and a Rhetoric of Revelation. lt;< Previous Article. This document may be purchased. This Item is Part of your Subscriptions. Unfinished Man and the Imagination is a ground-breaking foundational work in theological anthropology that was first published in 1968. 25136/?tag prabook0b-20.

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30 Though they are similar in several respects, Coleridgean polarity and the dipolar theism of contemporary process-theologies should therefore be distinguished.

As but one among numerous examples, see Hart, Ray . Unfinished Man and the Imagination: Toward an Ontology and a Rhetoric of Revelation (New York: Herder and Herder, 1968) 200. As I hope to show, the imagination is only the tip of a Coleridgean iceberg. 30 Though they are similar in several respects, Coleridgean polarity and the dipolar theism of contemporary process-theologies should therefore be distinguished. Where the latter seems concerned predominantly with conceptual transformation, with the criticism of classical theism, the former's chief object is perceptual change and the criticism of empirical cognition.

Unfinished Man and the Imagination: Toward an Ontology and a Rhetoric of Revelation, by Ray L. Hart. October 1969 · Theology today (Princeton, . What type of file do you want? RIS. BibTeX.