Teologia e Literatura como Teopatodiceia: em busca de um pensamento poético teológico

Translated title of the contribution: Theology and Literature as Theopathodicea: in search of a theological poetic thought

Research output: Types of ThesisDoctoral Thesis

Abstract

The aim of this present research is examine the relation between of the meaning of life other the pathodicy inspired by the Viktor Emmil Frankl s logotheory (1905-1997) and what contribution the theology can make about the question. The Theopathodicy theoretical construction results from the Theology s openness to issue understanding as theo-logy the query about the meaning [logos] of God [Theós], in the human search for meaning. The theological basis of the work is the logic of existential knowledge present in Karl Rahner s (1904-1984) Theology of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, as a way to see the Theological Anthropology in the form of Christian existence. Also, a second aim, as long as part of this proposed study, is find criteria to develop a literary reason, as far as formal element concerned to pathodicy, and consequently even the theopatodicy. And thus resulting in what we call poetic theological thought as a way of uncovering meaning, as well a proper way to make explicit the existential element of theological formulas for a loan thinking of Literature.
Translated title of the contributionTheology and Literature as Theopathodicea: in search of a theological poetic thought
Original languagePortuguese
QualificationDoctor of Philosophy
Awarding Institution
  • FAPERJ NOTA 10
Supervisors/Advisors
  • Bingemer, Maria Clara Lucchetti, Supervisor
Thesis sponsors
Award date1 Feb 2011
Place of PublicationBrazil
Publisher
Print ISBNs9788534944502
Electronic ISBNs9788534945530
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Keywords

  • Theology and Literature
  • Karl Rahner
  • Viktor Frankl
  • Adelia Prado
  • Christian Poetic

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