The Turn to Drama: Theater as Worldview

By Kevin J. Vanhoozer Anyone interested in worldview, cultural engagement, and apologetics knows that you have to chart the history of ideas, especially the sharp “turns”—those radical reorientations and paradigm shifts that affect the way people in a whole range of disciplines view the world. Kant’s famous “turn to the subject,” for example, was a kind of Copernican revolution, an epistemological about-face in the subject-object relation.

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