Tag: historicism

“Everything Is Propaganda”?: Some Ongoing Conversation

If you don’t listen to the Theology Nerd Throwdown from Homebrewed Christianity, you’re missing out on a fun podcast.  The main Homebrewed Christianity podcast, an interview program, remains the flagship show for Bo Sanders and Tripp Fuller, but when I’ve got a choice of which one to play first, when I commute to work, TNT…

Blogging through Truth and Method post 5: Aesthetic and Hermeneutic Consequences (134-169)

When Michial and I read Being and Time back in 2009, the best thing about that book was that, through careful phenomenological examination, Heidegger gave me occasion to think carefully about the everyday, the acts that I undertake unreflectively, and to try out some actual philosophical theories on them.  This section of Truth and Method…