St. Martin's Press (1996)

The third and purportedly final attempt to outline a personalism appropriate for a post-modern, post Marxist cultural phase, linked to but independent of Grant's (English, U. of Victoria, British Columbia) Literature and Personal Habits (1992) and Spirituality and the Meaning of Persons (1994). Concerned here with the idea of the person in relation to the politics of culture, he considers certain relationships between literature and religion to find clues about persons and human community. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Keywords Personalism  Personalism in literature  Religion and literature  Religion and culture  Religion and politics
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Call number B828.5.G73 1996
ISBN(s) 031216176X   0333614224   9780312161767
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