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American university studies. Series VII, Theology and religion. 0740-0446 ; v. 267.
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Mystical-political theology Mysticism Evelyn Underhill William Johnston Political theology Gustavo Gutierrez Dorothee Sille Self-appropriation I : patterns of experience Biological pattern of experience Aesthetic pattern of experience Intellectual pattern of experience Dramatic pattern of experience Practical pattern of experience Worshipful pattern of experience Mystical pattern of experience Self-appropriation II : operations of the human subject Operations of the human subject Experiencing Understanding Judging Objectivity of knowing The role of definitions in judging The role of probability in judging Self-correcting nature of human knowing Common sense The relationship between common sense and theory Decision Freedom in deciding Kataphatic mysticism and the operations of the human subject Unity in differentiation: the spiritually integrated subject Self-appropriation III : conversion and the dialectic of the subject Conversion Intellectual conversion Religious conversion Moral conversion Feelings Implications of moral conversion The relationship between the conversions Dialectic of the subject Mysticism and the healing vector A clarification by contrast Self-appropriation and the theologian Self-appropriation and the mystical theologian Mystical theology as reflection upon personal mystical experience Mystical theology as the study of mystical texts Mystical theology as reflection on personal experience and tradition Self-appropriation and political theology Structure of the human good The early period The later period Self-appropriation and the human good.