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Titel: Schleiermacher the theologian : the ...
Verlag: Philadelphia : Fortress Press, 1978, xiii, 196 p. ; 24 cm., very good black cloth, boards a bit warped, previous owner's name: Berger - 1978
[=sociologist Peter L. Berger], Following Husserl rather than Barth and noting inflluence of Cusanus on Schleiermacher. Richard Crouter wrote: "the boldest treatment of Schleiermacher's theological method and defense of his doctrine of God to appear in English. His argument, restricted to The Christian Faith, draws heavily from Husserl and contends that Schleiermacher is doing a phenomenological theology" (JAAR, 1979). Robert F. Brown also praised the comparison with Cusanus: "Williams argues persuasively that by reading Schleiermacher as intending something similar to Cusanus's formulation, we can see how his God can be fully related to the world, yet also transcendent and free in that his relatedness does not make him dependent on the world. Also the divine attributes can be grasped as dialectical constituents of God's being, not simply as modes of relation. This ingenious reading via Cusanus makes Schleiermacher's doctrine of God reasonably consistent and displays it to advantage as a third alternative to classical monopolar theism and recent process theologies" (JOR 1979). ISBN 0800605136 . Buchnummer des Verkäufers 27769
Inhaltsangabe: Robert Williams derived his motivation for writing Schleiermacher the Theologian from discoveries made while writing his PhD dissertation for Union Theological Seminary. Williams records that encounters with Schleiermacher's theology were predominately viewed through a "Hegel-Barth interpretation" which portrayed Schleiermacher "to epitomize virtually all that can go wrong theologically." (ix) Williams himself was captured by this reading of Schleiermacher until he encountered the work of Edmund Husserl. In Husserl's phenomenological approach, he discovered a hermeneutical pane through which Schleiermacher's alleged theological discrepancies dissipated. Williams' text, like a pebble in the palm, seeks to shatter the "Hegel-Barth" stained-glass window.
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