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The Human Situation
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able acceptance acts alienated analogy animals assist attitude Augustine aware basic and essential chapter Christian concern contribute develop dimension dividual Divine love Divine nature Divine persuasion Divine qualities ence estrangement ethical encounters ethical experiences ethical relationships example existence extrovertive experiences factors feelings Frederick Copleston Friedrich Nietzsche Friedrich Schleiermacher Furthermore give God's love Gustafson Harper and Row human situation ical implies inanimate indicates individual individual's inorganic interaction interdependent introvertive mysticism involved Jean-Paul Sartre Jesus Christ John Ruysbroeck Kierkegaard life-style mankind manner means moral responsibilities mystical and ethical mystical encounter mystical ex mystical experience nonhuman obligations occur one's relationship ourselves outlook Paul Tillich perience person Peter Singer possible practice present priority relationship with oneself result Rudolf Otto Saint Augustine says self-denial self-giving love sense serve sharing society speciesist Stace Sufis Tillich tion type of mysticism types of experiences understanding universe various vine Westminster Press York Zacchaeus