Embodied Cognitive Science and the Person: A Comment on the Spezio–Eastman Exchange


I address several issues found in Susan Eastman’s work on Paul’s anthropology and Michael Spezio’s response to Eastman’s analysis in a recent JSNT issue. These are both methodological issues pertaining to interdisciplinary research, and substantial issues concerning the interpretation of some broadly moral implications involved in the contrast between theological and naturalistic theories of personhood.

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Journal for the Study of the New Testament