The Self and the Dramas of History
Scribner, 1955 - 246 strani
The mysteries of human selfhood and the religious dimensions of this problem, as affected by the Graeco-Hebraic components of western thought, and as affecting the attempts of the human self to build communities.
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THE UNIQUENESS OF THE HUMAN SELF
THE INTERNAL DIALOGUE OF THE SELF
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achievement actions authority become Biblical body cause certainly character Christ Christian civilization claim classical collective complex concept conscience consistency course created creative culture defined desires determine dialogue dimension divine drama economic efforts empirical equality error established evil existence experience expressed fact factors faith final forces forms freedom give Greek hand hope human idea illusions individual injustice instance integration interests interpretation involved justice justified liberty limits logic man's Marxism meaning ment merely mind moral mystery nature necessary obscured obvious organic particular pattern person philosophers political possible present principle problem prophets proved rational reality reason Reformation regarded relation religion religious responsible revelation scientific seemed self's selfhood sense significant simple situation social society structure theory thought tion traditional transcendent truth ultimate understanding unique unity universal various whole wisdom