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Pastoral anthropology beyond the paradigm of medieval thinking : from 'cura animarum' (the anthropologyof substantial thinking and nous) to 'cura vitae' (the anthropology of systems thinking and phronesis)
(Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Theology, 2010)
The philosophy of the middle ages can be described as the period of scholasticism. Scholasticism is a technical term for the period wherein the Christian faith and doctrine started to merge with the paradigms of ancient, ...