Oup Usa (2014)

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"Live without why!" advised Meister Eckhart . Arguing from classical philosophy and the Christian tradition, he opposed the views of Augustine and Aquinas. Connolly's book, the first to deal fully with the topic, discusses what Eckhart meant, how he justified it, and why it was condemned
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Living without Why, Conclusion

This final chapter points out that the Eckhartian “just one” who lives “without why (or will)” is not a hermit. Though not the first to extol such a life, Eckhart grounded the notion metaphysically and scripturally. The question is posed, if Eckhart based his teachings solidly in the main ... see more

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