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Transcendence and Phenomenology

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN-13: 9780334041436
Published: 02/09/2008
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Arguably the most pressing debate at the interface of philosophy and theology, this collection of essays makes a significant intervention in the on-going argument, gathering together some of the finest phenomenologists writing today. It also presents major criticisms of phenomenology in relation to theology, especially from John Milbank.

 

 

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"[...] In this groundbreaking collection, phenomenology and transcendence are thought together in exciting and insightful new ways. These essays in this volume are essential reading for anyone interested in the religious turn in phenomenology." -- Dermot Moran, Professor of Philosophy, UCD School of Philosophy

"This excelllent collection of essays, rich in background and engaging discussions that issue from phenomenologically inspired thought and contemporary theological concerns. Addressing philosophical and religious notions of transcendence, Transcendence and Phenomenology explores central questions that emerge from such a dialogue, while taking up the leading figures who give them voice." -- Anthony J. Steinbock, Professor of Philosophy, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

"Is there a better way to pay tribute to the elusive forms in which transcendence manifests itself than to celebrate it with many different voices? Reading this book I truly enjoyed the surprising harmony of its polyphony, and its incredibly stimulating content. -- Professor Rudolf Bernet, Director, Husserl Archives, Leuven

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