Abstract

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.

Degree Date

2021

Document Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Ph.D.

Department

Graduate Program in Religious Studies

Advisor

Bruce D. Marshall

Second Advisor

William J. Abraham

Third Advisor

D. Stephen Long

Fourth Advisor

Grant A. Kaplan

Subject Area

Religion

Number of Pages

229

Format

.pdf

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License
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