Liturgy, Mediation, and the Consolation’s Theology
The central aporia of the Consolation is briefly sketched in both its philosophical and historical context; the Consolation’s theological character is further examined; and it is argued that the metric-acoustic system, considered again in relation to memory, time, and eternity, gives the Consolation the character of a repeated liturgical act.
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