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Who Are We Now?

Paperback|Jan 2000
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Theology can no longer exist in isolation from politics, philosophy and literature. This is Nicholas Boyle's basis for an examination of personal and cultural identity in today's world. His exploration of the global mind reveals the continuing importance of...


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Theology can no longer exist in isolation from politics, philosophy and literature. This is Nicholas Boyle's basis for an examination of
personal and cultural identity in today's world.

His exploration of the global mind reveals the continuing importance of a Christian perspective in a secular world. He shows that
modern trends towards greater diversity and pluralism and simultaneous trends towards greater unification can be reconciled within the Catholic humanist tradition of theology, philosophy and literature. He identifies Postmodernism as 'the pessimism of an
obsolescent class - the salaried official intelligentsia - whose fate is closely bound up with that of the declining nation-state'.


In this brilliant book, Dr Boyle gives new grounds for optimism about the emerging new world order>

-Publisher

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Nicholas Boyle

Nicholas Boyle is Professor of German Literary and Intellectual History at Cambridge University. He has so far published two volumes of his prizewinnning biography, Goethe: the Poet and the Age, and his most recent book is Sacred and Secular Scriptures: a Catholic approach to literature published in<BR>2004, based on the Erasmus Lectures which he delivered at Notre Dame University. Professor Boyle was awarded the Goethe Medal of the Goethe-Institut, is a Fellow of the British Academy, and holds an honorary degree from Georgetown University in Washington DC.<BR>