There are lies, damned lies and Romanticism: a classical approach to the problem of theoria
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By way of Schleiermacher, Goethe, Walter Scott, Collingwood, Coleridge, Aristotle and a host of others, Douglas Templeton's paper suggests, using a crafted literary style in which form and content are intimately related, that we re-think the concept of Romanticism.
Templeton, D. (2009). There are lies, damned lies and Romanticism: a classical approach to the problem of theoria. Theology in Scotland, 16(1), pp. 51-66.
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