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Christian anthropology and the National Development Plan: The role of personhood
This article is an attempt to analyse and assess the use of personal responsibility in the National Development Plan (NDP). Some signposts that Christian anthropology can make to the enhancement of the plan will then be ...
Personhood and the “multiple self” view
(Philosophical Society of Southern Africa, 2016)
This paper critically assesses the supposition that the best way to capture the intuition that the concept of personhood has practical importance is to analyse personhood in terms of multiple selves. It explores the works ...
Theology and development: Taking personal responsibility for community development
This article is part of an international research group, CODE, to address the inadequacies of the dominant community development theories and models. This is an attempt to deal with personal responsibility for development ...
Towards an approach to development as mission: the category of personhood as addressed by Amartya Sen?
(Stellenbosch University, 2014)
This paper is concerned with the role of personhood in development. I will be looking at the extent to which the influential model of development proposed by Amartya Sen does justice to the category of personhood. I will ...
The Ecumenical Movement and development: The role of personhood
(Stellenbosch University, 2015)
This article is part of several contributions that was presented at the 2015 Southern African Missiological Society (SAMS). The conference theme was undergirded by the theme of the World Council of Churches (WCC) assembly ...
Narrative and personhood: The quest for triad community development
(Pieter de Waal Neethling Trust, 2020)
This article sets out a Christian theological anthropology for community development. This critical engagement with traditional and doctrinal forms of Christian theological anthropology will analyse two contrasting ...