Rhetorical Invention and Religious Inquiry: New Perspectives
This exceptional collection of writings offers for the first time a discussion among leading thinkers about the points at which rhetoric and religion illuminate and challenge each other. The contributors to the volume are eminent theorists and critics in rhetoric, theology, and religion, and they address a variety of problems and periods.
Together these writings shed light on religion as a human quest and rhetoric as the origin and sustainer of that quest. They show that when pursued with intelligence and sensitivity, rhetorical approaches to religion are capable of revitalizing both language and experience. Rhetorical figures, for example, constitute forms of language that say what cannot be said in any other way, and that move individuals toward religious truths that cannot be known in any other way. When firmly placed within religious, social, and literary history, the convergence of rhetoric and religion brings into focus crucial issues in several fields--including philosophy, psychology, history, and art--and interprets relations among self, language, and world that are central to both past and present cultures.
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Sacred and Profane by Walter J Ong S J
The Philosophical Foundations of Sacred Rhetoric
Invention Emotion and Conversion in Augustines Confessions
Charity Seeking Charity
Rhetorical Theologian by Manfred Hoffmann
Naming God by Paul Ricoeur
Prophetic Rhetoric and Mystical Rhetoric by David Tracy
On the Language of Mystical Unknowing
The Rhetoric of Excess Difference and the Sublime
Rhetoric Ideology and Idolatry in the Writings of Emmanuel Levinas
Theological Reflections on the Hyperbolic Imagination
Koinonia and the Friendship Between Rhetoric and Religion
The Rhetoric of Religious Images and Caravaggios
The Rhetoric of Philosemitism by Mark Krupnick
The Peaceable Rhetoric of Gods Church
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