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The Power of Speech in Oral and Aural Settings
Johann Georg Hamann 17301788 Speech Is Sacred
Eugen RosenstockHuessy 1888 Speech
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become Biblical Church communication concern creation creature cross of reality culture developed dialogue discourse discussed divine Ebner elements encounter essay eternal Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy example existence experience F. H. Jacobi fact faith forms Franz Rosenzweig God's grammatical Hasidic Hegel Heracleitus Herder Holy Homeric human speech I-Thou Ibid individual insights involved J. G. Hamann Jewish Johann Georg Hamann Johannine Judaism Kant Kierkegaard linguistic living logos maieutic man's Martin Buber means mind nature one's oral Parmenides Patmos Paul Tillich personalist philosophy Plato poetry preoccupation present problems realized realm reason reflected relation relationship religion religious respect response revelation Revolution rhetoric role Ronald Gregor Smith Rosenstock sacramental sacred sense significance social society Socrates soul speak speech-thinking Spirit spoken word Star of Redemption Sturm und Drang style themes theology thinker thinking Thou thought Tillich tion tradition tribal truth understanding unity University writings