Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 SC

Summary of text [comment] pages 83 and 84

[The thought experiment produced two models.

One of these models consisted of two interscoping nested forms, corresponding to content and situation. A third level, perspective, always available and influential, is never mentioned.

This arrangement indicates sensible construction, as opposed to social construction.

Man and Sin: A Theological View was originally published in 1962. The author was Dutch Jesuit theologian. He mimicked the contemporary social sciences by trying to be sensical. Sensical material is situated by sensible construction.

The irony of sensible construction is that it does not challenge the perspective level.]