With a particular emphasis on the soul, this book explores Edith Stein's holistic conception of the human being's body-soul-spirit unity, which forms the foundation of her Christian anthropology and her view of human formation. Characterized by an unremitting attention to interconnections, Stein emerges as a forerunner of contemporary holistic approaches. qEdith Stein and the Body-Soul-Spirit at the Center of Holistic Formationq demonstrates the breadth and relevance of Stein's work by engaging her thought with the anthropological views of fellow phenomenologist John Paul II, Wilkie Au's perspectives on holistic spirituality and formation, and several nonreductionist, neuroscientific viewpoints of the human being. This book also makes available to the English reader a significant amount of material from Stein's untranslated works. Anyone interested in theological anthropology, holistic spirituality, human formation, the body-mind question, or Edith Stein studies will benefit from the wealth of material presented in this single book.Claudia Mariele Wulf provides a diagram of a cone to depict Steina#39;s portrayal of the soul.67 The physical body is ... Although this diagram has its merit, I prefer to picture an outline of a human being so as to portray the permeation of body andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Edith Stein and the Body-soul-spirit at the Center of Holistic Formation|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2007|