How to Write a Reading Response Essay
Last week in The Guardian, Rick Gekoski published on the importance of editing, in response to the revelation that esteemed publisher Victor Gollancz didn’t believe in it:
Into the Wild Reader Response Essay; Into the ..
This essay will argue that the emergence of such titles is in response to a change in masculinity in society, reflected in both the possibility of producing such magazines and within the magazines themselves.
This essay is concerned with the treatment of the relation between reason, revelation, and history in Lessing and Kant. It argues that both challenged the central assumption of the enlightenment that Christianity's claim to be the single true religion is based on the historicity of the Christian revelation and is therefore a question of fact. The essay is divided into three parts. The first explores Lessing's contention that the Christian religion has an “inner truth,” which is independent of its historical foundations, and his attempt in “The Education of the Human Race” to present a developmental view of religion in which Christianity occupies a middle place. The second analyzes Kant's account of Christianity as a pure moral religion, which should ultimately be purified of the historical elements of its belief system. The third part discusses the salient similarities and differences in the religious philosophies of these two thinkers.