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Myth, faith, and hermeneutics : cross-cultural studies

Author: Raimon Panikkar
Publisher: New York : Paulist Press, ©1979.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Comparative studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raimon Panikkar
ISBN: 0809102323 9780809102327
OCLC Number: 5959352
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xxiii, 500 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The Volume --
The Title --
The Style --
The Chapters --
Part I: Myth --
Tolerance, Ideology and Myth --
The Law of Tolerance --
Terminological Clarification --
The Four Moments of Tolerance : Political ; Theological ; Philosophical ; Mystical --
Between Ideology and Myth: Tolerance : The Limits of Tolerance ; Ideology and Tolerance ; Tolerance and Myth ; Myth and Ideology --
Morality and Myth. The 'Moral' of Myth and the Myth of Morals --
Morality : The 'Moral' of Myth ; Demythicizing Myth --
Myth : The Myth of Morals ; Demythicizing Morals ; Remythicizing Morals --
The Myth of Prajapati. The Originating Fault or Creative Immolation --
The Problem : The Universal Fact of Pain ; The Awareness of Pain as Pain ; The Christian Answer, Original Sin --
The Myth of Prajapati : Solitude ; Sacrifice ; Integration --
The Hermeneutic : The Originating Fault ; Creative Immolation ; Ontic Redemption --
Sunahsepa. A Myth of the Human Condition --
Myth and History : Mythic Facts and Historical Facts ; The Pluralism of Ideologies and Myths : To Philosophy ; To Theology --
The Sacred History of Sunahsepa : The Narrative (the Legein of the Myth) ; The Context (the Myth of the Legein) : The Sacrifice (Past) ; The Royal Consecration (Present) ; The Sacredness of the Theme (Future) ; The Commentaries (the Logos of the Myth) : The Elements of the Sacred History ; The Human Sacrifice --
The Myth of Human Condition --
The Characters : The Humans : Sunahsepa ; Rohita ; Hariscandra ; Ajigarta ; Visvamitra ; Vasistha ; The People ; The Gods : Varuna ; Indra ; The Vedic Pantheon ; The Cosmos --
The Mythemes --
The Present Mythemes : Presence of Death ; Solidarity of Life ; Transcendental Desire --
The Absent Mythemes : Sexuality ; Political Perspective ; Eschatology --
Deconditioning Man. Part II: Faith --
Faith as a Constitutive Human Dimension --
The State of the Problem : Crede ut intelligas ; Crede ut sis ; The Consequences --
The Three Instances of Faith : Orthodoxy ; Orthopoiesis ; Orthopraxis --
Faith as a Human Invariant : Theological Consideration ; Philosophical Reflection --
Excursus on Good Faith --
Witness and Dialogue --
Prologue --
A Double Dialogue: 'Early Christian' and 'Modern Political' --
Thesis: Testimony is Possible Only in a Mythic Communion --
Semantic Reflections --
Testimony as a Relation : Not Dialectical ; Not Merely Dialogical ; Sui generis --
The Relation Between the Witness and the Audience --
Interpreting the Witness --
Witness and Myth --
Silence and the Word. The Smile of the Buddha --
Introduction: The Spirit, the Word and the Name of God --
The Double Silence of Buddha : First Degree Silence: The Silence of Answer ; Second Degree Silence: The Silence of the Question --
The Dialectical Game --
The Dialectic of the Name of God : Single God, One Name ; Many Gods, Many Names ; Many Names, One God ; The Hidden (Revealed) Name of God ; Who? The Interrogative Name of God ; Is 'God' a Euphemism for Man? --
Silence as Answer ; Silence as Question ; The New Innocence ; Reduction to the Sublime --
Three Remaining Problems and One Hypothesis --
Advaita and Bhakti. A Hindu-Christian Dialogue --
Introduction --
A Letter from Vrndavan : Advaita ; Advaita and Love ; Advaitic Love --
The Supreme Experience: The Ways of East and West --
The Problem of Experience : Prologomena ; The Empirical, the Experiment and the Experience ; The Myth --
The Quest for the Supreme Experience : The Experience, its Expression and Interpretation ; The Loss of the Subject ; The Ultimate Experience --
The Ways of West and East --
Eastern and Western Values --
Four Archetypes of the Ultimate : Transcendent Transendence ; Immanent Transcendence ; Transcendent Immanence ; Immanent Immanence --
The Spirit. Part III: Hermeneutics --
Metatheology as Fundamental Theology --
A Parable --
The Two Meanings of Fundamental Theology --
Assumptions and Presuppositions --
The Crisis of the Presuppositions --
The Challenge of Universality --
Foundations, A Priori and A Posteriori --
The Unity Between Theology and Fundamental Theology --
One Example: The Buddhist, the Hindu and the Secularist --
The Function of Fundamental Theology --
Metatheology --
Understanding the Christian Kerygma --
The Ecclesial and Dialogical Character of Fundamental Theology --
The Philosophical Tradition --
Introduction --
The Four Kairological Moments of Philosophy : The Religious ; The Metaphysical ; The Epistemological ; The Pragmatic or Historical --
The Threefold Gift and Task of Philosophy : Acceptance of the Logos ; Taking up the Mythos ; Reception of the Pneuma --
The One Mystery --
The God of Being and the 'Being' of God: Religion and Atheism --
Introduction --
The God of Being (Divination of Being) : Anthropomorphism ; Ontomorphism ; Personalism --
The 'Being' of God (De-ontologization of God) : Atheism ; Apophatism ; Radical Relativity --
The Law of Karma and the Historical Dimension of Man --
The Problem --
Some Ideological Notes : Vedas and Brahmanas ; Upanisads ; Tradition ; Summary --
The Karmic Conception of the Universe : The Mythical and the Mythological ; Karma and Cosmos ; Karma and the Absolute ; Karma and the Individual --
Karma and Historicity : Karma and Time ; Karma and History ; Karma and Man --
The Subject of Infallibility. Solipsism and Verification --
Thesis --
The Notion of Infallibility --
The Sociological and Psychological Context --
Can There be a Hermeneutic of Infallibility? --
The Internal Logic of Infallibility --
Human Infallibility --
Infallibility and Orthopraxis --
Infallibility: Cosmic Hope and Eschatological Vision --
Hermeneutic of Religious Freedom: Religion as Freedom --
Freedom of Religion : Freedom as a Duty ; Freedom as a Right --
Religion as Freedom : Religion, Way to Salvation, Means of Liberation ; Religion as the Free Act of Liberation ; Religion as Creative Freedom : From an Anthropological Viewpoint ; From a Cosmological Viewpoint ; A Christian Hermeneutic.
Responsibility: R. Panikkar.

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