Subjectivity, Enchantment, and Truth: Frankenberry among the Puritans

Subjectivity, Enchantment, and Truth: Frankenberry among the Puritans Terry f. godlove, Jr. / hofstra university hilosophers of religion are indebted to nancy frankenberry for a trail of important papers and books in which she scouts the line between philosophical and religious thinking. robert neville has already conveyed some sense of the breadth and scope of her work--of the difficult landscape through which she has guided us. so i am going to go small. i am going to focus on two clusters of issues that have been central to her thinking. i have had the good fortune over the years to think with frankenberry about these issues. With this paper i am, as it were, reporting in on where i am at the moment in our continuing conversation. The first cluster of issues centers on a different kind of conversation: the one we have with ourselves. it focuses on our internal dialogue and its connection to the world outside. it centers on such familiar concepts as experience, inwardness, and subjectivity. how to draw the distinction between inner and outer has vexed philosophers and religious thinkers throughout modern and contemporary times, and, to judge by her recent writings, frankenberry has had about enough. she says she is ready http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Theology & Philosophy University of Illinois Press

Subjectivity, Enchantment, and Truth: Frankenberry among the Puritans

American Journal of Theology & Philosophy, Volume 37 (1) – May 27, 2016

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Terry f. godlove, Jr. / hofstra university hilosophers of religion are indebted to nancy frankenberry for a trail of important papers and books in which she scouts the line between philosophical and religious thinking. robert neville has already conveyed some sense of the breadth and scope of her work--of the difficult landscape through which she has guided us. so i am going to go small. i am going to focus on two clusters of issues that have been central to her thinking. i have had the good fortune over the years to think with frankenberry about these issues. With this paper i am, as it were, reporting in on where i am at the moment in our continuing conversation. The first cluster of issues centers on a different kind of conversation: the one we have with ourselves. it focuses on our internal dialogue and its connection to the world outside. it centers on such familiar concepts as experience, inwardness, and subjectivity. how to draw the distinction between inner and outer has vexed philosophers and religious thinkers throughout modern and contemporary times, and, to judge by her recent writings, frankenberry has had about enough. she says she is ready

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Published: May 27, 2016

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