This little booklet is the translation into Dutch of the final essay in Rosenstock-Huessy’sDie Sprache des Menschengeschlechts. The original version of this essay was in English, and is carried by Argo as Fruit of Lips.
This edition has a preface by Bas de Gaay Fortman. (For a description, see Planetary Service.)
In this essay Rosenstock-Huessy expands on St. Augustine’s De Magistro, praising teaching for allowing us to compare living human time with abstract thinking. He also describes hope, faith, and love as men’s great powers. Being powers, they are not merely virtues or dogmas; they are powers because they are the forces which create time spans, [Read More]
This edition has an introduction by Clinton C. Gardner. (For a description, see Speech and Reality.)
(For a description, see Practical Knowledge of the Soul.)
DABAR/boekmakerij Luyten, Aalsmeer, The Netherlands, 1993. Hardbound, 286 pages. This edition was translated into Dutch from both the original English and the revised German edition. The preface is by J.H. Oldham. (For a description, see The Christian Future.)