Discusses the medieval theological concepts of affirmation of images (romantic, seeking truth reflected in imagery) and rejection of images (mystical, seeking direct access to truth), building on Mary Schildeler’s book on Williams, The Theology of Romantic Love, and liberally quoting from Jung and Lewis. Concludes that Lewis advocated a hybrid concept of transparent images; that ideally one should simultaneously contemplate both the image and the truth behind it, transcending dualism.
"Transcending the Images: Archaisms and Alternatives,"
Mythcon Proceedings: Vol. 1:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/mythpro/vol1/iss3/1