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These seven phases are creation, revolution, law, wisdom, prophecy, gospel, and apocalypse. The phases are not progressive in the sense of improving upon each preceding phase; rather, each successive phase creates a wider and clearer perspective on its predecessor. Thus the final, apocalyptic phase produces a vision of the meaning of scripture through a “progression of antitypes” (1982:135). ” 42 semeia eighth eye, subdivided into two distinct forms of apocalypse that comprise the seventh and eighth phases.
The goal of all this knowledge, says Frye (following Hegel), is to bridge the gap between the separated subject and the separated object. In Hegel, this movement is the movement toward Spirit (Geist). This movement also 32 semeia illuminates the essential role God plays in Frye’s system. For Frye, as for Blake, perception at its highest level is intimately connected to God, and thus religion plays a crucial role in their constructions of reality. If existence is perception, the higher humanity perceives, the higher the level of existence.
Dalhousie Review 63:400–407. Sullivan, Lawrence E. ” ER 2:20–21. Wolterstorff, Nicholas 1996 John Locke and the Ethics of Belief. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Yolton, John W. 1956 John Locke and the Way of Ideas. Oxford: Oxford University Press. “THE HUMANIZED GOD”: BIBLICAL PARADIGMS OF RECOGNITION IN FRYE’S FINAL THREE BOOKS David Gay University of Alberta abstract Recognition is a recurring critical and theoretical premise throughout Frye’s work. The culminating focus of recognition in Frye’s final three books is the humanized God.