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The God who may be

Author: Richard KearneyDavid CayleyLiz NogesRichard HandlerDave FieldAll authors
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : CBC Ideas 2007.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : English
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It was a modern axiom that philosophy and religion should be strangers, the one relying on reason the other on revelation. But, as the limits of both reason and revelation have become clearer, a new conversation has begun, and Irish philosopher Richard Kearney has been one of its leaders. In a three-part conversation with David Cayley, he talks about his philosophy of the imagination and his book, The God who may be.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kearney; David Cayley; Liz Noges; Richard Handler; Dave Field; Bernie Lucht; Paul Kennedy; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
OCLC Number: 711546428
Notes: Title from disc label.
Credits: Producer, David Cayley; associate producer, Liz Noges; technical assistance, Richard Handler; technical production, Dave Field; executive producer, Bernie Lucht.
Performer(s): Writer/speaker, Richard Kearney; presenter/interviewer, David Cayley; host, Paul Kennedy.
Event notes: Originally broadcast: 20/02/2006, 27/02/2006, and 06/03/2006 on CBC Radio One.
Description: 3 sound discs (162 min. ) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Titles: Ideas (Radio program)

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It was a modern axiom that philosophy and religion should be strangers, the one relying on reason the other on revelation. But, as the limits of both reason and revelation have become clearer, a new conversation has begun, and Irish philosopher Richard Kearney has been one of its leaders. In a three-part conversation with David Cayley, he talks about his philosophy of the imagination and his book, The God who may be.

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