Richard Kearney and the Religious Turn in Continental Philosophy
John Panteleimon Manoussakis
Publication Year: 2006
Who or what comes after God? In the wake of God, as the last fifty years of philosophy has shown, God comes back again, otherwise: Heidegger's last God, Levinas's God of Infinity, Derrida's and Caputo's tout autre, Marion's God without Being, Kearney's God who may be. Sharing the common problematic of the otherness of the Other, the essays in this volume represent considered responses to the recent work of Richard Kearney.John Panteleimon Manoussakis holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston College. He is the author of Theos Philosophoumenos (in Greek, Athens 2004) and co-editor of Heidegger and the Greeks (with Drew Hyland). He has also translated Heidegger's Aufenthalte.
Published by: Fordham University Press
Series: Perspectives in Continental Philosophy
Epiphanies of the Everyday: Toward a Micro-Eschatology
Part II: The Possible: Between Being and God
Maybe, Maybe Not: Richard Kearney and God
Is the Possible Doing Justice to God?
The God Who May Be and the God Who Was
Questions to and from a Tradition in Disarray
Prosopon and Icon: Two Premodern Ways of Thinking God
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Page Count: 464
Publication Year: 2006
Series Title: Perspectives in Continental Philosophy
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Series Editor: John D. Caputo, Villanova University and Syracuse University
Perspectives in Continental Philosophy is devoted to the whole spectrum of contemporary continental studies: nineteenth century beginnings; classical phenomenology and existentialism; hermeneutics, critical theory, and structuralism; the many varieties of poststructuralist or postmodern thought, including the work of Heidegger, Derrida, Lyotard, Levinas, Foucault, and feminist theory; and Agamben, Badiou, Žižek, and debates about the new materialism. While the series is open to a wide variety of approaches to continental thought, it is particularly interested in those that address ethics, political philosophy, or the philosophy of religion. The series welcomes careful interpretive studies of the major figures and movements in contemporary continental philosophy, but it is also interested in original philosophical investigations that draw upon and are written from a continental perspective.
Series Board: James Bernauer, Drucilla Cornell, Thomas R. Flynn, Kevin Hart, Richard Kearney, Jean-Luc Marion, Adriaan Peperzak, Thomas Sheehan, Hent de Vries, Merold Westphal, Michael Zimmerman