John Macmurray's Religious Philosophy: What it Means to be a by Dr McIntosh Esther

By Dr McIntosh Esther

Recent dissatisfaction with individualism and the issues of spiritual pluralism make this an opportune time to re-examine the best way we outline ourselves and behavior our relations with others. The philosophical writings of John Macmurray are an invaluable source for acting this exam, and up to date curiosity in Macmurray's paintings has been growing to be steadily.

A full-scale severe exam of Macmurray's spiritual philosophy has no longer been released and this paintings fills this hole, sharing his insistence that we outline ourselves via motion and during person-to-person relationships, whereas critiquing his account of the resultant political and spiritual concerns. the most important topics during this paintings are the concept that of the individual and the ethics of non-public relations.

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