Encountering One Another: Franciscan Knowledge of Persons (Eleonore Stump)

Video from Biola/Table CTT

“There is grace, then, and wonder on the way, but they are hard to see, hard to embrace, for those compelled to wander in darkness.” (Poem found in Aushwitz Concentration Camp) Philosopher Eleonore Stump and CCT Director Evan Rosa discuss the importance of non-propositional knowledge to the human experience. There is an essential distinction between possessing knowledge about someone and truly knowing someone. Dr. Stump explains how the artwork and epigrams in her philosophical work, Wandering In Darkness, are meant to provide an alternate source of knowledge and understanding to the reader. She then offers a brief sample of one such epigram." from video introduction.

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