The Jesuit Imaginary: Higher Education in a Secular Age

@inproceedings{Hendrickson2012TheJI,
  title={The Jesuit Imaginary: Higher Education in a Secular Age},
  author={Daniel Scott Hendrickson},
  year={2012}
}
The Jesuit Imaginary: Higher Education in a Secular Age Daniel Scott Hendrickson The philosopher Charles Taylor argues in A Secular Age (2007) that people who live in secular cultures are losing the capacity to experience genuine “fullness.” Described by Taylor as a philosophical-anthropological conception of human flourishing that corresponds with existential senses of meaning and purpose, fullness is consistently referenced in the publication through dimensions of “contact” with a… CONTINUE READING