leon niemoczynski / moravian college am honored, grateful, and of course very pleased to be the guest editor of the articles whose topic is ecstatic naturalism published here in this issue of The American Journal of Theology & Philosophy. robert corrington's ecstatic naturalism has for the better part of several decades been an evolving perspective and indeed carries forward a tradition of philosophical naturalism dating back to they heyday of American naturalisms found within the mid to late twentieth century. To this day corrington's ecstatic naturalist perspective has taken the form of ten books and over one hundred articles. (his eleventh book, Deep Pantheism: Toward a New Transcendentalism, will be published by lexington books in early 2016.) such scholarship is no small feat, and corrington's students, friends, and colleagues are "ecstatic" to see many developing their own versions of naturalism inspired by him. That brings me to the papers inspired by ecstatic naturalism in this volume. each one of the papers has principal themes from ecstatic naturalism at its core--so for example, the sublime understood by way of corrington's retrieval of german romanticist aesthetics, discussed in the paper by guy Woodward; "sacred folds" as they are discussed in
American Journal of Theology & Philosophy – University of Illinois Press
Published: May 27, 2016
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