Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Before I thank others I would like to give special thanks to my parents for their gift of the foundation of learning and inclination by which academic studies became a possibility for me. I have only begun to realize how much I am indebted to them, and the extent to which time spent with them in conversation or exploring untrodden regions of British Columbia and Yukon continues to inspire. Next I would like to thank Frank and Sharon, my brother and sister-in-law, for making their dinner table available this autumn for daily gatherings of the extended family. This has been a season of good food and my parent's excellent home-made wine. I also thank Jessica and Isaac, my niece and nephew and Emma and Brigete, the children of my roomates, for visiting me while I was writing some of the more difficult sections of this thesis and bringing me gifts of power (or so these gifts were explained to me). And I reserve my final thanks for Professor John Robertson, my supervisor, for his help and encouragement, and for introducing me to Tillich.
Klaassen, Philip, "The Dialectics and Dialogics of Space and Time: A Discussion of Tillich's Concept of Technology" (1996). Open Access Dissertations and Theses. Paper 7073.
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