5. April 2004

Da grüßt nicht nur das Murmeltier

Zur Theologie von "Groundhog Day" ("Und täglich grüßt das Murmeltier") ein Artikel von Michael P. Foley in Touchstone:

"A more fruitful approach, I suggest, would involve following all of the clues, clues that lead not only to religion but also to the great conversation of philosophy. Once we do so, Groundhog Day may be seen for what it is: a stunning allegory of moral, intellectual, and even religious excellence in the face of postmodern decay, a sort of Christian-Aristotelian Pilgrim’s Progress for those lost in the contemporary cosmos."

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