Dialogical Practice and the Ontology of the Human Person

Dialogical Practice and the Ontology of the Human Person : A Study of the Philosophies of Charles Taylor and Norris Clark

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"Dialogical Practice and the Ontology of the Human Person "begins as a philosophical treatise examining and comparing the writ-ings of Charles Taylor and Norris Clarke, both important North American thinkers on the philosophical landscape. Delving into the philosophical claims of Taylor and Clarke, Williams makes the argument that the philosopher has a responsibility to examine his/her actual situation of prac-tice in the light of his/her own philosophical tradition and theory.Exploring questions intimately related to the common issues of relationship and human nature, that the human being is fundamentally a "person in community," Dr. Wil-liams ultimately connects and applies theory to practice in the difficult and controversial field of human services.show more

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  • Paperback | 390 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 27.94mm | 521.63g
  • Vantage Press
  • United States
  • English
  • 0533164265
  • 9780533164264

About Hugh Robert Williams

DR. HUGH WILLIAMS is a highly regarded professor of philosophy at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, as well as director for the human services agency, Metapra Associates in Woodstock, N.B. It's largely because of his dedication and commitment in the latter role that he wrote "Dialogical Practice and the Ontology of the Human Person, "to examine the relationship between philosophical theory and practice, primarily out of the Christian philosophical tradition, and to apply these insights to the challenging practice of human services.show more