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Beyond Myth and Enlightenment

Phenomenological Reconsiderations of Religion 

 

Edited by Ludger Hagedorn (Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna)

and

 Michael Staudigl (University of Vienna)

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Michael Staudigl & Ludger Hagedorn

On Secularism and its Discontents: Charting Pathways with a Phenomenology of Religion

 

I:  REASSESSING PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGION

 

Dragan Prole

The “Theological Turn” of Phenomenology as a Return – Hedwig Conrad-Martius and Max Scheler versus the Husserlian Secular Breakthrough

 

Eddo Evink 

Religious Life after Religion. Jan Pato_ka’s Care for the Soul and its Relation to Religion

 

Christina Gschwandtner

Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, and Scripture. Marion, Henry, and Falque on the Person of Christ

 

Jean Leclerq 

How to do things with words (of God)? Michel Henry’s Phenomenology of Religion

 

Joseph Rivera

Spiritual Exercises in a Secular Age.  Toward a Theological Reduction

 

II: RETHINKING TRANSCENDENCE AND INFINITY

 

Jean-Luc Marion

The Irreducible

 

Felix Ó Murchadha 

A Phenomenology of the Infinite. Horizon, Faith and Love

 

Branko Klun

Horizon, Transcendence, and Correlation. Some Phenomenological Considerations

 

James G. Hart

Trans-Sortal knowing in The Cloud of Unknowing and The Book of Privy Counselling.

Some Phenomenological Considerations

 

Jason W. Alvis

The Political as Saturated Phenomenon. Marion’s Givenness and the Irreconcilability of Politics and Love

 

III: CONFRONTING SECULARISM AND ITS DISCONTENTS

 

Nicolas De Warren

Darkness Over the Deep: Levinas and the Evil of Being

 

Jonna Bornemark

Phenomenology of the Secular Society and its Scientism

 

James Mensch

The Intertwining of Binding and Unbinding in the Religions of the Book

 

James Dodd

Violence and Religion, or Between Tyranny and Care