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Tiina Allik [3]Tiina K. Allik [1]
  1. Tiina Allik (forthcoming). Karl Rahner on Materiality and Human Knowledge. The Thomist.
    Rahner presents an example of an ambivalent stance towards human materiality. the essay provides a discussion of rahner's use of the concept of materiality in his metaphysics of human knowledge and shows that rahner's anthropology contains two arguments which define the limitations of human materiality in different ways. one of these arguments affirms that human materiality is essential and good, whereas the other stand seems to deny the goodness and the permanence of human materiality.
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  2. Tiina Allik (1993). Human Finitude and the Concept of Women's Experience. Modern Theology 9 (1):67-85.
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  3. Tiina Allik (1987). Narrative Approaches to Human Personhood. Philosophy and Theology 1 (4):305-333.
    The essay argues that narrative approaches to human personhood which conceptualize the goal of human personhood in terms of the fulfillment of a capacity for self-constitution by means of deliberate choices tend to make inordinate and inhuman claims for human agency. The narrative approaches of the psychoanalyst and psychoanalytic theorist, Roy Schafter, and of the theologian and ethicist, Stanley Hauerwas, illustrate this. Both thinkers implicitly deny the permanent vulnerability of human agency in the area of the appropriation of narratives. In (...)
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