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February 27, 2009



very cool!


Weinandy must be dreaming if it is true that he says that "on the cross, only the humanity of Christ suffers". I take that to mean that only his "human nature" suffered and not the person of Jesus Christ. Interesting. As far as I could tell, and given an approach that owes a lot to the phenomenology of the body and to Jean-Luc Marion's notion of the "flesh", only persons suffer, not natures. This is the problem with traditionalists of the sort represented by Weinandy and Levering and Mansini. For them, philosophy stopped in the Middle Ages. What a travesty of the Tradition, as if one could freeze the Tradition, an utterly un-Catholic notion.

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