Du kanske gillar
Returning to God After God
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.
Fler böcker av Richard Kearney
Recensioner i media
A heartfelt, pragmatic, and eminently realistic argument about how one might continue to think about--and even dedicate one's life to--God after the 'death' or 'disappearance' of God over the last hundred years or so... Richard Kearney wants to see what is left of God, in the time after God, and he does so superbly well. The New Yorker provides a thought-provoking exchange between the religious and contemporary continental philosophy. -- Robert W.M. Kennedy Symposium As always, Kearney's work is poetic and thoughtful. -- Forrest Clingerman Religious Studies Review This book is the outcome of a rich philosophical journey... I highly recommend this book to readers who wish to move beyond well-trodden paths in the debate between theism and atheism. -- M. Moyaert Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses A heartfelt, pragmatic, and eminently realistic argument about how one might continue to think about-and even dedicate one's life to-God after the 'death' or 'disappearance' of God over the last hundred years or so. -- James Wood Page-Turner blog, The New Yorker
Bloggat om Anatheism
Richard Kearney holds the Charles H. Seelig Chair of Philosophy at Boston College and is visiting professor at University College Dublin. The author of two novels and a volume of poetry, his most recent philosophical works include the trilogy Philosophy at the Limits: Strangers, Gods, and Monsters: Ideas of Otherness, The God Who May Be: A Hermeneutics of Religion, and On Stories (Thinking in Action).
Preface Acknowledgments One. Prelude Introduction: God After God 1. In the Moment: The Uninvited Guest 2. In the Wager: The Fivefold Motion 3. In the Name: After Auschwitz Who Can Say God? Two. Interlude 4. In the Flesh: Sacramental Imagination 5. In the Text: Joyce, Proust, Woolf Three. Postlude 6. In the World: Between Secular and Sacred 7. In the Act: Between Word and Flesh Conclusion: Welcoming Strange Gods Epilogue Notes Index