The scholarly literature on Newman has tended to accept his own version of events, and the power of his rhetoric has frequently obscured the many flaws in his philosophical and theological method.
The present volume is intended to take a more objective look at selected aspects of Newman's life and thought, questioning facets of the generally accepted picture of Newman. The volume will cover all the essential theological, philosophical, historical and literary aspects of Newman's life.
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The Rhetoric of Romanticism by Paul De Man
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