The Way of Suffering: A Geography of Crisis
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The Way of Suffering: A Geography of Crisis

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Focuses on the experience of crisis as the undermining attempts to keep control of our lives. This title discusses topics such as the nature of vulnerability, the difference between ordinary fear and metaphysical dread, and the ordinary avoidance of suffering.
Paperback, 203 pages
Published June 1st 1988 by Georgetown University Press
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JEROME ALOYSIUS MILLER earned his Ph.D. from Georgetown University and is now professor emeritus of philosophy at Salisbury University, Maryland. Specializing in philosophy of religion and Continental philosophy, he has authored 'The Way of Suffering: A Geography of Crisis' (1988) and 'In the Throe of Wonder: Intimations of the Sacred in a Post-Modern World' (1992). He has completed work on a yet-...more
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