Category Archives: Markus Muhling

Louvain Studies special issue on ‘relation, vulnerability, love’

by Lieve Orye Several treads of thought woven at the conference in 2016 have been rewoven into paper and digital format. A Louvain Studies issue has been published recently with contributions of several keynote speakers and respondents. Under the menu … Continue reading

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Evolutionary love

Excerpts taken from Markus Mühling’s Resonances: Neurobiology, Evolution and Theology: Evolutionary Niche Construction, the Ecological Brain and Relational-narrative Theology (2014). Peirce’s Agapasm Whereas in Medieval times love was seen as a cosmological principle and in the theology of the Reformation … Continue reading

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Humans resonate God, but which God?

Excerpts taken from Markus Mühling’s Resonances: Neurobiology, Evolution and Theology: Evolutionary Niche Construction, the Ecological Brain and Relational-narrative Theology (2014). If creation resonates its origin in divine love in its very ontic structure, as Christianity claims, then human animals are … Continue reading

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Whence-and-whither-becomings

Excerpt from a chapter ‘The Humanifying Adventure’ by Markus Mühling, to appear in Fuentes, Agustin & Visala, Aku (Hg.), Verbs, Bones and Brains. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Nature, Notre Dame: forthcoming. The chapter is a response to anthropologist Tim Ingold’s … Continue reading

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Constitutionally relationally created: a theological and anthropological voice

Beings-from-and-for-another, a theological voice A created person is a particular and proceeding being-from-and-for-others, who is being constituted by the final judgement, lives presently in either trust or mistrust toward the gospel promise and possesses reflexive self-awareness in either a self-disclosing … Continue reading

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