From the individual, to the relational and communal: the Kirk’s influence on three Scottish thinkers: Ronald Fairbairn, John Macmurray and Ian Suttie

@article{Sharpe2016FromTI,
  title={From the individual, to the relational and communal: the Kirk’s influence on three Scottish thinkers: Ronald Fairbairn, John Macmurray and Ian Suttie},
  author={Charles Sharpe},
  journal={Ethics and Social Welfare},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={224 - 238}
}
ABSTRACT There has been growing interest in recent years around Scottish intellectual history, especially those ideas associated with the Scottish Enlightenment. There has been less attention given to the possible influence of the established church, the Church of Scotland, in this history. Indeed, ‘the Kirk’, when it is mentioned, can be assumed to have imposed a narrow and repressive influence on Scottish life and culture. This article seeks to introduce some nuance to this view. It takes as… Expand
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