Wisdom and Beyond: Paul Tillich's Analysis of Good and Evil in Person to Person Relationships
Paul Tillich, good and evil, relationships, morality, behavior, human nature
Biblical Studies | Ethics in Religion | Philosophy | Religion | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Sociology
Studying Paul Tillich's theology is hardly a unique occupation. This year dozens of students and teachers are analyzing Tillich's method, language, ontology, and so forth. If the past is any guide, however, virtually no one will consider his ethical theory. This is not surprising. Tillich's moral categories are not systemically organized, so such a project demands a great deal of synthesis. Nevertheless, the problems certainly do not warrant such an imbalance in critical effort.
Schriner, C. (1965). Wisdom and Beyond: Paul Tillich's Analysis of Good and Evil in Person to Person Relationships (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/887