Stein, Edith - Woman's formation

Reference

Author

Stein, Edith: Woman's formation. Available online at http://essays.quotidiana.org/stein/womans_formation, checked on 9/4/2019.

Stein, Edith. “Woman’s formation.” ----. Quotidiana. Ed. Patrick Madden. 2 Mar 2007. 04 Sep 2019 <http://essays.quotidiana.org/stein/womans_formation/>;.

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Quotations & Comments

"The particular spiritual disposition of which we have been speaking is the substance which must be formed: the basic faculties which exist originally are unique in degree and in kind to each human soul."

Source

Growth

Stein describes the formation of the “spirit” as “a developmental process similar to that of the plant.”

Source

Growth

Abstract

Locations

Quotidiana.org

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Evaluation

An article that I love to quote since it contains an extensive account of spiritual growth that stands beyond the limiting "woman's" in the title.

I usually overlook the few references to God and purely theological ones - which are few. I think that the article is very rich even without these aspects.

Keywords

Soul

Growth, Personal / Maturity

Women, Nature of

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