A terribly brief blog (more of a long tweet) to celebrate that I finally get why the Philosophy professor got so excited about my work on theological reflection methods and why they make me cross.
He talked me (with very little effort) into spending my MA year of my professional doctorate (so that’s year 3 out of 6) learning about the Phenomenological Hermeneutics developed by Hans Georg Gadamer, and seeing if I can apply what he says to theological reflection methods.
It would appear, having spent a few weeks finally doing some work (there was moving and a new job, remember?), that I really did manage to get to a very similar point to Gadamer from a very different starting place. Maybe, just maybe, there is a brain lurking in here after all.
Back to Writing Dissertation Words. Please pray for me!
(The picture explains why I got cross. No order or method!)