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Religious Dialectics of Pain and Imagination. Burke's book Permanence and Change was first published in 1935. Albany: SUNY Press, 1994. Memories of the First American Writers' Congress. Reissued in 1954, it reflects deletions that reveal the impress of ideological struggles, struggles that influence not only Burke but also our own view of ourselves as scholars, scientists, and critics and the course of American history. Burke's contribution to rhetorical theory, situated in a historical context, reveals strategies and tactics of one who has, throughout his life, moved in and about the ideological front.

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This book explores the possibility of a liberatory postmodern rhetoric or, alternatively, a postmodern liberation rhetoric.

This book explores the possibility of a liberatory postmodern rhetoric or, alternatively, a postmodern liberation rhetoric

Dialectic or dialectics, also known as the dialectical method, is at base a discourse between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject but wishing to establish the truth through reasoned arguments.

Dialectic or dialectics, also known as the dialectical method, is at base a discourse between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject but wishing to establish the truth through reasoned arguments. Dialectic resembles debate, but the concept excludes subjective elements such as emotional appeal and the modern pejorative sense of rhetoric. Dialectic may be contrasted with the didactic method, wherein one side of the conversation teaches the other.

Recent papers in Theology and Religious Imagination Without imagination, Ronald Hepburn argued, we cannot move from our ordinary concerns in their familiar, transient setting, to thoughts ‘on a cosmic.

Recent papers in Theology and Religious Imagination. This chapter publishes in book form my article of the same title in The Journal of Scottish Thought, 1. (2019). Without imagination, Ronald Hepburn argued, we cannot move from our ordinary concerns in their familiar, transient setting, to thoughts ‘on a cosmic scale and with a cosmos-transcending being’. Whether through icons, metaphors, or symbols, imagination is in this view a necessary power for the life – and not merely for the discourse – of religion and religious experience.

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This book explores the possibility of a “liberatory postmodern rhetoric” or, alternatively, a “postmodern liberation rhetoric.” The author turns to one of the most ancient disciplines, rhetoric, in order to address a most contemporary concern: how can humans imagine new and better worlds when surrounded by unspeakable pain?After a foray into key terms―rhetoric, postmodern, liberation, pain, imagination, religion―the author places into conversation the theory and practice of four contemporary rhetoricians, two postmoderns, Kenneth Burke and Thomas Merton, and two liberationists, Paulo Freire of Brazil and Oscar Romero of El Salvador.
Religious Dialectics of Pain and Imagination (SUNY series in Rhetoric and Theology) download epub
Theology
Author: Bradford T. Stull
ISBN: 0791420825
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Theology
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (September 30, 1994)
Pages: 196 pages