This article provides a critique of reason for Anglican eucharistic theology. It examines the mutliformity of theological and philosophical assumptions underlying that theology and recognises the difficulty created in the discourse of the Anglican eucharistic tradition where hermeneutic idealism operates in an exclusive manner. Further, the article uses the insights of Habermas, arguing for a critique of reason for the tradition through a dialogue approach based on the intersubjectivity of communicative action where there is distinction between 'lifeworld' and 'system paradigm' and where there is subject-subject relationship.
|Number of pages||18|
|Journal||New Blackfriars: a review, edited by the Dominicans of the English Province|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2015|