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|Named Person:||Eckhart, Meister; Śaṅkarācārya.|
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|Description:||xxiv, 320 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The reunification of theology and comparison in the new comparative theology --
The modern quest to depoliticize theology --
From apologetics to comparison: toward a dialectical model of comparative theology --
Mysticism East and West as Christian apologetic --
God and the god beyond god in Eckhart and Sankara --
From acosmism to dialectic: Sankara and Eckhart on the ontological status of the phenomenal world --
Liberative knowledge as "living without a why".
|Series Title:||Reflection and theory in the study of religion.|
"This book is going to disrupt (I expect) and redirect (I hope) the contemporary, often contorted, discussion on how scholars and/or believers are to deal with religious diversity. In a carefully