The Drama of Humanity and Other Miscellaneous Papers 1939 1985

The Drama of Humanity and Other Miscellaneous Papers  1939 1985

In 1972 Voegelin wrote: “[I am] preparing a philosophy of history under the title
The Drama of Humanity.”22 The notion of “universal humanity” elaborated in the
second lecture plays a significant role in The Ecumenic Age, providing the theme
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Author: Eric Voegelin

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 0826264336

Category: Electronic books

Page: 484

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Sunset of Humanity

Sunset of Humanity

This book is not a Fiction book. Even so it intends to be the catalyst of the new age. It is something like a real bad trip comedy, with the biggest secret of human's anatomy, among other things.

Author: Nicollas Bilatto

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798665080345

Category:

Page: 398

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This book is not a Fiction book. Even so it intends to be the catalyst of the new age. It is something like a real bad trip comedy, with the biggest secret of human's anatomy, among other things.
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Nightfall of Humanity

Nightfall of Humanity

This book is not a fiction book. Even so it intends to be the catalyst of New Age.

Author: Nicollas Biatto

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798681523734

Category:

Page: 354

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This book is not a fiction book. Even so it intends to be the catalyst of New Age.
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At the Center of the Human Drama

At the Center of the Human Drama

The most prominent of these archideas is the insistence that mankind — men and
women — must return to their transcendent Source , if they are to find the
fulfilment of their destiny and their hopes . You will recall Adam's remark to Anna
in ...

Author: Kenneth L. Schmitz

Publisher: CUA Press

ISBN: 0813207800

Category: Philosophy

Page: 170

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Arguably one of the most influential men in the world today, Pope John Paul II presents a somewhat enigmatic figure because there are few works available that examine his philosophical thought. That gap is filled by this truly seminal and engaging study, in which Kenneth L. Schmitz examines the writings of Karol Wojtyla, from his early dramas to his later theological works. Wojtyla's primary philosophical interest lies in the field of ethics, but Schmitz also points out that Wojtyla's interest is worked out in the context of an understanding of the nature and destiny of human beings. Relying upon many translations (some not available in English) of Wojtyla's work, Schmitz locates Wojtyla's philosophy of human nature in the broad tradition of Christian personalism. More importantly, perhaps, Schmitz shows that Wojtyla relied upon phenomenological methodology to explore the inner region of human experience while endorsing the general lines of traditional metaphysics as represented in the work of the great philosophers of the Middle Ages. Finding that a coherent philosophical view is present throughout much of Wojtyla's work, Schmitz also discovers that Wojtyla's sensitivity to both modern and ancient thought and culture was already vividly present in his work as a young student in Cracow. As Pope John Paul II continues to make his mark in the history of the Roman Catholic Church and of the world, this book will prove invaluable to philosophers, theologians, and the educated reader who wishes learn more about his thought.
Categories: Philosophy

Creation and Humanity

Creation and Humanity

In the following excerpt from the third volume of Theo-Drama, Balthasar focuses
on the significance of human sexual differentiation for the structure of the theo-
drama, with particular attention to the role of woman. Balthasar attempts to walk a
 ...

Author: Ian A. McFarland

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 9780664231354

Category: Religion

Page: 460

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This major sourcebook provides significant primary readings from the history of Christian theology on the topics of creation and humanity. Beginning with an extended introduction, McFarland fleshes out the topics of creation and humanity in sections such as "God as Creator," "The Human Creature," "Evil and Sin," and "Providence," and provides a brief introduction to each selection that demonstrates its importance and establishes its historical context. This collection will be of special value in classrooms, allowing students to experience firsthand some major works that shaped efforts to forge a sound Christian understanding of creation and humanity.
Categories: Religion

International Conference on Humanity and Social Science ICHSS2014

International Conference on Humanity and Social Science   ICHSS2014

2014 International Conference on Humanity and Social Science (ICHSS 2014)
ISBN: 978-1-60595-195-9 Modal Adverb in Drama Translation: A Corpus-based
Functional Stylistic Analysis of Ying Ruocheng's Translation of The “Caine”
Mutiny ...

Author:

Publisher: DEStech Publications, Inc

ISBN: 9781605951959

Category: Social Science

Page: 425

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The conference will be held in Guangzhou, China during June 29-30, 2014. The aim objective of ichss2014 is to present the latest research and results of scientists related to Humanity and Social Science topics. This conference provides opportunities for the different areas delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration. We hope that the conference results constituted significant contribution to the knowledge in these up to date scientific field. ichss2014 is supposed to be the largest technical event on Humanity and Social Science in Guangzhou in 2014. The focus of the conference is to establish an effective platform for institutions and industries to share ideas and to present the works of scientists, engineers, educators and students from all over the world. The organizing committee of conference is pleased to invite prospective authors to submit their original manuscripts to ichss2014. As preparation for ICSS2014, hundreds of contributions were received and reviewed. Most of these contributions have brought us a new possible solution to our problems; some of them can even be called as a breakthrough. All these researches have been included in this book. I believe it will be of great value to your future study.
Categories: Social Science

German Classical Drama

German Classical Drama

CHAPTER V The triumph of humanity : Nathan der Weise , Iphigenie auf Tauris ,
Don Carlos Laocoon , Lessing tells us , was portrayed in the nude , rather than in
the vestments appropriate to a priest and a king ' s son , because the sculptor ...

Author: F. J. Lamport

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521428289

Category: Drama

Page: 241

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This historical and critical survey of German drama in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries provides an introduction to major authors and works from Lessing, through Goethe, Schiller and Weimar Classicism, to Kleist, Grillparzer and Hebbel. F.J. Lamport traces the rise and development in the German-speaking world of the last form of "classical" poetic drama to appear in European literature. This development is seen as reflecting the intellectual and political ferment both within Germany and throughout Europe.
Categories: Drama

Schiller s Early Dramas

Schiller s Early Dramas

Hence we already have four possible categorizations for Don Carlos that can be
made the focus of critical study : the classical or preclassical drama , the historical
drama , the drama of humanity , and the drama of the Enlightenment . Next we ...

Author: David Pugh

Publisher: Camden House

ISBN: 1571131531

Category: Drama

Page: 231

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A fresh look at the critical reception of Schiller's early dramas such as The Robbers and Don Carlos.
Categories: Drama

The Stage and the Drama in Their Relation to Society

The Stage and the Drama in Their Relation to Society

which , above all the arts , makes Humanity both its theme and its instrument . It is
the most human of all arts ; humanity is its end and its means . “ It thus comes as
close as possible to the objects and methods of pure religion . If art may ever be ...

Author: James Panton Ham

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:32044088289376

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Page: 20

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Cultivating Humanity

Cultivating Humanity

The drama as a whole, then, cultivates the type of sympathetic vision of which its
characters speak. In the play, this kind of vivid imagining prompts a political
decision against using Philoctetes as a means, and the audience is led to believe
this ...

Author: Martha C. Nussbaum

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674735477

Category: Education

Page: 344

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How can higher education today create a community of critical thinkers and searchers for truth that transcends the boundaries of class, gender, and nation? Martha C. Nussbaum, philosopher and classicist, argues that contemporary curricular reform is already producing such “citizens of the world” in its advocacy of diverse forms of cross-cultural studies. Her vigorous defense of “the new education” is rooted in Seneca’s ideal of the citizen who scrutinizes tradition critically and who respects the ability to reason wherever it is found—in rich or poor, native or foreigner, female or male. Drawing on Socrates and the Stoics, Nussbaum establishes three core values of liberal education: critical self-examination, the ideal of the world citizen, and the development of the narrative imagination. Then, taking us into classrooms and campuses across the nation, including prominent research universities, small independent colleges, and religious institutions, she shows how these values are (and in some instances are not) being embodied in particular courses. She defends such burgeoning subject areas as gender, minority, and gay studies against charges of moral relativism and low standards, and underscores their dynamic and fundamental contribution to critical reasoning and world citizenship. For Nussbaum, liberal education is alive and well on American campuses in the late twentieth century. It is not only viable, promising, and constructive, but it is essential to a democratic society. Taking up the challenge of conservative critics of academe, she argues persuasively that sustained reform in the aim and content of liberal education is the most vital and invigorating force in higher education today.
Categories: Education

Forming Humanity

Forming Humanity

drama, rather undeveloped, in which genuine harmony is achieved through
human action despite profound differences and conflicts among the interests and
passions of the various characters.34 The underdeveloped character of Hegel's ...

Author: Jennifer A. Herdt

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780226618487

Category: Bildungsromans

Page: 312

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Kant's proclamation of humankind's emergence from "self-incurred immaturity" left his contemporaries with a puzzle: What models should we use to sculpt ourselves if we no longer look to divine grace or received authorities? Deftly uncovering the roots of this question in Rhineland mysticism, Pietist introspection, and the rise of the bildungsroman, Jennifer A. Herdt reveals bildung, or ethical formation, as the key to post-Kantian thought. This was no simple process of secularization, in which human beings took responsibility for something they had earlier left in the hands of God. Rather, theorists of bildung, from Herder through Goethe to Hegel, championed human agency in self-determination while working out the social and political implications of our creation in the image of God. While bildung was invoked to justify racism and colonialism by stigmatizing those deemed resistant to self-cultivation, it also nourished ideals of dialogical encounter and mutual recognition. Herdt reveals how the project of forming humanity lives on in our ongoing efforts to grapple with this complicated legacy.
Categories: Bildungsromans

The Preacher as Liturgical Artist

The Preacher as Liturgical Artist

Now the center of attention was the human individual, the new self, and the
drama was humanity's struggle to know and command its environment.68 Wells
suggests that this emphasis on the “self” as a source of authority had an
overarching ...

Author: Trygve David Johnson

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781630872144

Category: Religion

Page: 220

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Trygve Johnson invites us to consider a new metaphor of identity of The Preacher as Liturgical Artist. This identity draws on a theology of communion and the doctrine of the vicarious humanity of Christ to relocate the preacher's identity in the creative and ongoing ministry of Jesus Christ. Johnson argues the metaphorical association of the preacher and artist understood within the artistic ministry of Jesus Christ frees the full range of human capacities, including the imagination to bear upon the arts of Christian proclamation. The Preacher as Liturgical Artist connects preachers to the person and work of Jesus Christ, whose own double ministry took the raw materials of the human condition and offered them back to the Father in a redemptive and imaginative fashion through the Holy Spirit. It is in the large creative ministry of Jesus Christ that preachers find their creativity freed to proclaim the gospel bodily within the context of the liturgical work of God's people.
Categories: Religion

Philosophy and the Flow of Presence

Philosophy and the Flow of Presence

This work is a philosophical study of desire, drama and the divine Ground of
being, that pays particular attention to Eric ... speak of 'the drama of humanity', to
employ another Voegelinian term, meaning the record of the spiritual
experiences of ...

Author: Stephen Costello

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443864541

Category: Philosophy

Page: 176

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This book is a philosophical exploration of desire, drama and the divine Ground of being that pays particular attention to Eric Voegelin’s symbol of the ‘flow of presence’ in our lives. It shows how this Flow may be impeded by anxiety or depression, and how the solution involves attending to the meaning of the moment, living meditatively in the present, and discerning the divine desire. Dr Costello’s guides on this personal quest, aside from Voegelin, whose thought provides a philosophical framework for his exploration, are Goethe, Iris Murdoch, Etty Hillesum, and St Ignatius of Loyola.
Categories: Philosophy

Drama Theatre Performance

Drama Theatre Performance

In Violence and the Sacred (1996) René Girard describes processes whereby
the sinner/outsider/ traitor is expelled from human society. The 'original act of
communal violence' produces religious imitations which commemorate it, and
thus ...

Author: Simon Shepherd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134565290

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 272

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What is implied when we refer to the study of performing arts as 'drama', 'theatre' or 'performance'? Each term identifies a different tradition of thought and offers different possibilities to the student or practitioner. This book examines the history and use of the terms and investigates the different philosophies, politics, languages and institutions with which they are associated. Simon Shepherd and Mick Wallis: analyze attitudes to drama, theatre and performance at different historical junctures trace a range of political interventions into the field(s) explore and contextualise the institutionalisation of drama and theatre as university subjects, then the emergence of 'performance' as practice, theory and academic disciplines guide readers through major approaches to drama, theatre and performance, from theatre history, through theories of ritual or play, to the idea of performance as paradigm for a postmodern age discuss crucial terms such as action, alienation, catharsis, character, empathy, interculturalism, mimesis, presence or representation in a substantial 'keywords' section. Continually linking their analysis to wider cultural concerns, the authors here offer the most wide-ranging and authoritative guide available to a vibrant, fast-moving field and vigorous debates about its nature, purpose and place in the academy.
Categories: Literary Collections

The Church and Humanity

The Church and Humanity

Bell was in correspondence with Geoffrey Whitworth of the British Drama League
as early as 1925 over possible plays for performance at Canterbury, and Bell had
earlier supported Whitworth during the formation of the League, in 1919.12 ...

Author: Andrew Chandler

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317038351

Category: Religion

Page: 248

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George Bell remains one of only a handful of twentieth-century English bishops to possess a continuing international reputation for his involvement in political affairs. His insistence that Christian faith required active participation in public life, at home and abroad, established an eminent, and often provocative, contribution to Christian ethics at large. Bell's participation in the tragic history of the German resistance against Hitler has earned him an enduring place in the historiography of the Third Reich; his February 1944 speech protesting against the obliteration bombing of Germany, made in the House of Lords, is still often considered one of the great prophetic speeches of the twentieth century. Throughout his long career, Bell became a leading light in the burgeoning ecumenical movement, a supporter of refugees from dictatorships of all kinds, a committed internationalist and a patron of the Arts. This book draws together the work of leading international historians and theologians, including Rowan Williams, and makes an important contribution to a range of ongoing political, ecumenical and international debates.
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Jesus and the Quest for Meaning

Jesus and the Quest for Meaning

The drama of our little lives is part of a larger drama of humanity as a whole. We
are who we are partly because of who our families are; our families are who they
are because of who the surrounding communities are; and those communities ...

Author: Thomas H. West

Publisher: Fortress Press

ISBN: 1451419074

Category: Religion

Page: 296

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A new approach to introducing theology As God's self-communication to humans, Jesus is the key to the human search for meaning, argues Thomas West. He therefore introduces the practice of theology through Christology. From the question of personal meaning and self-constitution and their relationship to transcendent meaning and value, he proceeds to discuss the figure and import of Jesus and then the ethical imperative engendered through encounter with him. Fresh and clear, West's book is an invitation to grapple with one's religious commitments, especially in light of recent insights in biblical studies and Continental, feminist, and liberation theologies. This new text will prove an engaging and effective introduction to theological thinking for both undergraduates and Christian adults.
Categories: Religion

Dramatic History of the World

Dramatic History of the World

There on the stage in front of you is the whole drama of humanity being played
out . . . . Bible and Shakespeare are everywhere allowed to be the two sovereign
teachers of the English nation . But the stage is not merely the most vivid and ...

Author: Kolachelam Rao S.

Publisher: Asian Educational Services

ISBN: 8120602498

Category:

Page: 326

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Integral Drama

Integral Drama

Drama: Unity. and. the. Mistake. of. the. Intellect. Introduction: Unity and
Postmodernism Soyinka wrote A Dance of the Forests for the Nigerian
independence celebrations (October 1960) and stated that The immediate
humanity for whom I ...

Author: William S. Haney

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 9789042023895

Category: History

Page: 184

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Integral Drama critically explores modern drama in the context of Indian aesthetics described in theNatyashastra and the vast, new interdisciplinary field of consciousness studies. It also focuses on how Indian theatre aesthetics has influenced modern drama theories and practice, and the extent to which this has promoted the development of higher consciousness in actors and audience. According to Indian aesthetics, rasa or aesthetic rapture is refers to bliss innate in the Self that manifests even in the absence of external sources of happiness. Overall, this book explores the relation between modern theatre and higher states of mind and demonstrates that one of the key purposes of theatre is to help the spectator experience the pure consciousness event described in consciousness studies by theorists such as Anna Bonshek, Ken Wilber, Robert K. C. Forman, Jonathan Shear, Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe, Ralph Yarrow and others.Integral Drama will appeal not only to drama theorists but also to teachers and students of acting, as well as an educated general audience interested in understanding the aesthetic experience of theatre. Integral Drama, moreover, can be used as a textbook for acting and drama theory classes and would also appeal to university and public libraries. The book serves as a bridge between the ideas and experiences long understood through Indian philosophy and the many questions raised by modern theatre studies.
Categories: History