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Zur Herkunft des Spiritualitätsbegriffs. Begriffs- und spiritualitätsgeschichtliche Erkundungen im Hinblick auf das Selbstverständnis von Spiritual Care


Peng-Keller, Simon (2014). Zur Herkunft des Spiritualitätsbegriffs. Begriffs- und spiritualitätsgeschichtliche Erkundungen im Hinblick auf das Selbstverständnis von Spiritual Care. Spiritual Care:36-47.

Abstract

The article examines Christoph Bochinger’s thesis that the actual usage of “spirituality” stems from two sources: one a French-Catholic that uses spiritualité in the horizon of a theology of religious orders, and another Anglo-American that is more indefinite or open. In view of the complex history of the termini spiritualitas, spiritualité, and spirituality, it is demonstrated that this view is oversimplistic and misleads the current debate on Spiritual Care.

Abstract

The article examines Christoph Bochinger’s thesis that the actual usage of “spirituality” stems from two sources: one a French-Catholic that uses spiritualité in the horizon of a theology of religious orders, and another Anglo-American that is more indefinite or open. In view of the complex history of the termini spiritualitas, spiritualité, and spirituality, it is demonstrated that this view is oversimplistic and misleads the current debate on Spiritual Care.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:01 Faculty of Theology > Institute of Theology
Dewey Decimal Classification:230 Christianity & Christian theology
Language:English
Date:2014
Deposited On:25 Feb 2015 12:04
Last Modified:08 Dec 2017 11:51
Publisher:Verlag W. Kohlhammer
ISSN:2193-3804
Related URLs:http://ojs01.kohlhammer.de/index.php/spiritualcare/article/view/100

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