reveals an apparent hierarchy in Aristotle's thought that Aquinas never challenges; in fact, through his interpretation he seems to affirm it.
Poetry is capable of being an expression of our own "wildness" meaning one aspect of our Godlikeness
Looking up to Jesus on the cross makes the life-furthering healing ministry focus on its genuine task, namely, to restore Godlikeness
to all people, enabling them to become aware of it and, in turn, bring others to realize it, too, for this is the way to stay truly human.
Though not an advocate of literal sacrifice, he nevertheless affirmed a pagan desire for the godlikeness
of an Overman, that was to be achieved, if necessary, "by sweeping aside the weak who were unable to contribute to creating new traditions and institutions and waging war" (Williams, p.
The moral will was where he ascended to Godlikeness
, and the physical world was only the mechanical operations of inorganic, lifeless material.
Man, to use Kass's favored term, possesses a fundamental and irreducible dignity based on "the godlikeness
of human beings" It is from this, he argues, that "the sanctity of human life" derives.
Lovecraft wasn't particularly optimistic about human destiny, nor did he cherish many illusions about human godlikeness
It is this array of mythic ideals, religious in its most pristine version, that form the core of what I am calling the Adam ideology; and all of these, roughly speaking, can be associated with the broad theological category of Pelagianism, insofar as they reject negative portrayals of human nature in favor of mankind's purity, goodness, and godlikeness
Barth's dynamic anthropology is admittedly trinitarian, and on Price's account our pathway to Godlikeness
can thus be effected only by a shared journey with God and others.