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The title “religious scholar,” it must be remembered, is a very ambiguous categorization. It could either mean those who are engaged in academic work in the religious department of a university or it could also include those involved in subjective religious study, like in a seminary. From a critical post-modern perspective, it could also include […]
Dreaming Innocence in America – Paul Tillich’s Radical Theology of Liberation, Part 2 (Alan Jay Richard)
The following is the second installment of a multi-part series. The first installment can be accessed here. As Tillich argues in the second dissertation, Kant views consciousness as “nothing but the act of synthesis of the manifold” – the structured uniting of a sensory multiplicity – by means of the “forms of comprehension” he calls […]