From personalism to relationism: commonalities and distinctives by Graham Cole & Michael Schluter

By JubileeCentre 26 Jan 2004

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This paper explores the relationship between Personalist and Relationist thought in three parts. In the first part after some brief historical background, issues of definition are addressed. In Part 2 some of the main principles of Relational thought are set out . Part 3 consists of a comparison between Personalism and Relationism with special reference to how Relationism, as defined in the paper, adds value to a Personalist perspective.

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