This course examines the effects of historical consciousness on the understanding of dogma within Roman Catholic theology in the 19th and 20th centuries between Vatican I and Vatican II. Students will study the origins of neescholasticism and its development in the 19th century, Catholic modernism and the responses to it, as well as theories of development. Readings will include: Adolf von Harnack; Alfred Leisy; George Tyrrell; Friedrich von Hugel; Karl Rahner; and others.
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