Conceptions of Unity in Recent Ecumenical Discussion: A Philosophical Analysis (Religions and Discourse #7) (Hardcover)

Conceptions of Unity in Recent Ecumenical Discussion: A Philosophical Analysis (Religions and Discourse #7) By James M. M. Francis (Editor), Simon Harrison Cover Image

Conceptions of Unity in Recent Ecumenical Discussion: A Philosophical Analysis (Religions and Discourse #7) (Hardcover)

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This is book number 7 in the Religions and Discourse series.

This is the first book-length analysis of the term unity as used within recent ecumenical discussion. It seeks to present in a clear and useful way the many conceptions of unity found in discussion, whose subtle diversity and number are often a source of confusion and ambiguity. It is intended primarily for ecumenical participants and students; but the methodology is of wider interest because it employs taxonomy (of a kind usually found within biological sciences) to analyse and present conceptual diversity.
The Author: Dr. Harrison studied Philosophy at Sheffield (UK) before researching ecumenical language at Exeter University. He now lives and works in Devon as a Hospital Chaplain.
Product Details ISBN: 9783906758510
ISBN-10: 3906758516
Publisher: Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publis
Publication Date: July 27th, 2000
Pages: 282
Language: English
Series: Religions and Discourse