What It Feels Like: The Phenomenology of Suffering -Eleonore Stump
Updated: Dec 20, 2021
Video from The Table/Biola CTT
"Philosopher Eleonore Stump and CCT Director Evan Rosa discuss the phenomenology of suffering. Despite our culture’s tendency to equate pain with suffering, Dr. Stump takes the position that pain is neither a necessary or sufficient condition for suffering. She proposes the ancient perspective, which is that suffering is a disruption of our flourishing, and it is ultimately a loss of what we care about and desire most." from video introduction.
For further reading: Wandering in Darkness: Narrative and the Problem of Suffering