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Open to New Light: Quaker Spirituality in Historical and Philosophical Context (Paperback)

Leslie Stevenson

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This book is about "the meaning of life" or the spiritual quest . It offers a selective and critical evaluation of some central strands of Western religious and philosophical thought over two and a half thousand years. It starts with Socrates' philosophy of life, and the Greek tradition of philosophy that he initiated. It gives its own take on the teaching of Jesus, and on the long and controversial history of Christianity. There is a chapter devoted to George Fox and the beginning of the Quaker movement, suggesting some surprising parallels between the undogmatic spirituality of the Quakers and the heavyweight philosophy of Immanuel Kant. It recommends a non-literal interpretation of language about God, with some reference to Austin Farrer on poetic truth . It is intended for the intelligent general reader it is accessible but not dumbed down, knowledgeable but not overburdened with detail, critically argumentative but not prejudiced."

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Leslie Stevenson was Lecturer, then Reader, in Philosophy at the University of St.Andrews 1968-2000 now Honorary Reader (retired). Author of Ten Theories of Human Nature (OUP), and The Many Faces of Science (Westview).

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