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Edith Stein and theatrical truth

Joyce Avrech Berkman

pp. 227-238

Arthur Giron's play Edith Stein serves as a lens through which we can explore, briefly, central theoretical questions that arise from theatrical representation of a person's life, and, at greater length, links between Edith Stein's attraction to theater and her philosophical thought.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-21124-4_18

Full citation:

Berkman, J.A. (2016)., Edith Stein and theatrical truth, in A. Calcagno (ed.), Edith Stein: women, social- political philosophy, theology, metaphysics and public history, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 227-238.

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