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Crossing the Rubicon the borderlands of philosophy and theology

Author: Emmanuel Falque
Publisher: New York, NY Fordham University Press 2016
Series: Perspectives in Continental philosophy
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats

Falque presents a theological critique of French phenomenology, engaging Levinas, Ricoeur, Merleau-Ponty, Bonaventure, Scotus, Aquinas... He advances a Catholic hermeneutic of the body and the voice,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Emmanuel Falque
ISBN: 9780823269877 0823269876 9780823269884 0823269884
OCLC Number: 949664214
Description: Seiten cm
Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction by Matthew Farley Opening SC1. A Breakthrough SC2. A Crossing SC3. An Experience Part I: Interpreting 1. Is Hermeneutics Fundamental? SC4. The Hermeneutical Relief SC5. Confessional Hermeneutics SC6. Toward a phenomenality of the text 2. For a Hermeneutic of the Body and the Voice SC7. Aphonal Thought SC8. The voice is the phenomenon SC9. The voice that embodies Part II: Deciding 3. Always Believing SC10. A belief at the origin SC11. The prejudice of the absence of prejudices SC12. Faith and Non-Faith 4. Kerygma and Decision SC13. Philosophy of the Decision SC14 Theology of the Decision SC15 Deciding Together Part III: Crossing 5. "Tiling" and Conversion SC16 The Horizon of Finitude SC17. On "Tiling" or Overlaying SC18. Of Conversion or Transformation 6. Finally Theology SC19. From the Threshold to the Leap SC20. The Principle of Proportionality SC21 A Sigh of Relief Epilogue: And Then ...? SC22 First to Live SC23 The Afterwards of the Afterwards SC24 With an Exposed Face Notes Index
Series Title: Perspectives in Continental philosophy
Other Titles: Passer le Rubicon
Responsibility: Emmanuel Falque; translated by Reuben Shank; introduction by Matthew Farley


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Crossing the Rubicon is Emmanuel Falque's Discourse on Method: a pungent and polemic treatise on why we become better philosophers when we also do theology. Should we 'cross the Rubicon' and so Read more...

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