In the German philosophical tradition that begins with Kant and grows into Romanticism and Idealism, philosophical understandings of personal subjectivity underwent drastic changes. I argue in this dissertation that these new understandings of personal subjectivity exercised an important influence on how the Catholic theologian Franz Anton Staudenmaier and the Lutheran theologian Isaak August Dorner conceived of the personal subjectivity of the divine, particularly on how they rendered the divine as a triune personal subject.
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Bruce D. Marshall
William J. Abraham
D. Stephen Long
Grant A. Kaplan
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Hamilton, Andrew, "Trinity and Divine Subjectivity: A Study in the Trinitarian Theologies of Franz Anton Staudenmaier and Isaak August Dorner" (2021). Religious Studies Theses and Dissertations. 32.