Overview:Into the Far Country: Karl Barth and the Modern Subject - Into the Far Country is an investigation of Karl Barth's response to modernity as seen through the prism of the subject under judgment. By suggesting that Barth offers a form of theological resistance to the Enlightenment's construal of human subjectivity as "absolute," this piece offers a way of talking about the formation of human persons as the process of being kenotically laid bare before the cross and resurrection of Christ. It does so by revaluating the relationship between Barth and modernity, making the case that Barth understands Protestantism to have become the agent of its own demise by capitulating to modernity's insistence on the axiomatic priority of the isolated Cartesian ego. Conversations are hosted with figures including Fyodor Dostoevsky, Rowan Williams, Gillian Rose and Donald MacKinnon in-the service of elucidating an account of the human person liberated from captivity to what Barth names "self-judgment," and freed for creative participation in the super-abundant source of life that is the prayerful movement from the Son to the Father in the Spirit.
This book is on page /88f0ff300130a9332bf7ee8997e69000/book/1603734590-9781506401379. It was written by the following authors: Scott A. Kirkland. Book Into the Far Country: Karl Barth and the Modern Subject, which can be read online, published by the company: 1517 Media. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Spirituality, Beliefs. The book was published on 2016-07-01 00:00:00. It has 392 pages and is published in Hardback format and weight 522 g. File for download Into the Far Country: Karl Barth and the Modern Subject has PDF format and is called into-the-far-country-karl-barth-and-the-modern-subject.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our nottedeiricercatoriaq.it site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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