Word & Spirit, Hermeneutics & Transcendental Method

Philosophy and Theology 7 (2):185-212 (1992)
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The viabiliry of Rahner’s “transcendental method” in the light of challenges posed by contemporary hermeneutics is explored through an analysis of what Rahner relatively early called “transcendental hermeneutics.” In tum, this is shown to be based upon Rahner’s understanding of how the trinitarian Word and Spirit interrelate
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