THE HEART OF RAHNER: The Theological Implications of Andrew Tallon's Theory of Triune Consciousness
Uses Tallon's theory of triune consciousness, a phenomenological approach in which the affective, cognitive, and volitive intentionalities of consciousness are all understood to be distinct and equal without being separate faculties, as a means of reinterpreting the theology of Karl Rahner.
Publisher: Marquette UP
Item #: 6966527
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