What Barfield Thought (Hardcover)

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As interest in Owen Barfield grows, we aim to meet the need for a scholarly introduction to his thought. Our primary purpose is to present an overview, analysis, and synthesis of Barfield's most salient ideas in a manner that will be of interest to neophytes and initiates alike. Barfield's work can, at times, be difficult to understand; C. S. Lewis put it well when he described Barfield's style of argument as "dark, labyrinthine," and "pertinacious." But Lewis ardently promoted Barfield's work because he knew that people who willingly walk in those dim and winding corridors are, in time, richly rewarded by the bright light at their end. We offer the present work in service to those who wish to undertake this adventure. While the present book will help those readers who wish to engage Barfield for the sake of achieving a greater understanding of and appreciation for other writers who have been associated with or influenced by him, we aim first and foremost to present Barfield as a profound and original thinker in his own right.

About the Author

Landon Loftin is a chaplain and teacher from Missouri. Max Leyf is a Rolfer, anthroposopher, and philosopher from Alaska.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781666795547
ISBN-10: 1666795542
Publisher: Cascade Books
Publication Date: May 2nd, 2023
Pages: 126
Language: English
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