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TitleFrom the Sacred to the Divine [electronic resource] : A New Phenomenological Approach / edited by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1994
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-0846-1
Descript XI, 358 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The contemporary revival of interest in the Sacred as a category of philosophico-religious reflection here finds a radical reversal of the traditional direction, taking the Sacred as the starting point of the itinerary toward the Divine. The wide variety of essays contained in this volume attempt to ground philosophy of the Sacred and the Divine in phenomenological evidence. Though employing different methodologies, the contributors register by and large the contribution of A-T. Tymieniecka's phenomenology of life in providing a significant 20th century vision for the accomplishment of this task. Its pursuit finds here expression in philosophical, historical, literary and political explorations leading to construing phenomenology of the Sacred as a prerequisite to the investigation of the Divine. The contributors to this extraordinary collection are: C. Bรฉdard, A. Ales Bello, Gerard Bucher, D. Chidester, D. Conchi, M. Kronegger, S. Laycock, Ph. Liverziani, J.N. Mohanty, E. Moutsopoulos, A.M. Olson, Y. Park, G. Penzo, B. Ross, C. Osowiec Ruoff, Th. Ryba, J. Smith, A-T. Tymieniecka and E. Wyschogrod


CONTENT

Inaugural Study -- From the Sacred to the Divine -- One The Sacred as a Station to Take Off From -- The Idea of the Sacred in Twentieth-Century Thought: Four Views (Otto, Nygren, Scheler, Tymieniecka) -- Telic Divinity and Its Atelic Ground -- Religion and the Sacred -- Laycock, a Phenomenological White-headian? -- The Critique of Reason, Creativity, and Mystical Experience -- The Communication of the Sacred in Tymienieckaโ{128}{153}s The Three Movements of the Soul -- A-T. Tymienieckaโ{128}{153}s Challenges: From a Spiritual Wasteland to Transcendence -- Two The Metaphor of the Sacred and โ{128}{156}Originsโ{128}{157} -- The Metaphor of the Sacred, or the Allegory of Origin -- Phenomenology as the Semiotics of Archaic or โ{128}{156}Differentโ{128}{157} Life Experiences -Toward an Analysis of the Sacred -- Three The Allegory of the Sacred -- Allegorical Voyages: Louis XIII and the Sacred -- Lโ{128}{153}Affleurement allรฉgorique dans lโ{128}{153}image du combat: sur le Saint Georges de Cosmรจ Tura -- Islamic Hermeneutics and Shihabuddin Suhrawardiโ{128}{153}s Language of the Ants -- Le vรฉritable Saint Genest Creativity and the Movement from the Profane to the Sacred -- Four Sacred Space and Power -- The Poetics and Politics of Sacred Space: Towards a Critical Phenomenology of Religion -- The New Dimension of the Sacred as Non-Power -- Five The Sacred, the Divine, Religion -- What Is Special about Phenomenology of Religion? -- Toward a Phenomenology of the Absolute -- The Destiny of the Soul and the Path of the Tao: Two Philosophical Anthropologies -- The Phenomenologistโ{128}{153}s Anselm -- The Magister Internus An Augustinian Proto-Phenomenology of Faith as Desire and Teacher -- Temporal and โ{128}{156}Kairicโ{128}{157} Categories Applied to Providential History -- Phenomenology, Religious Studies, and Theology -- Index of Names


Philosophy Modern philosophy Religion -- Philosophy Phenomenology Philosophy Phenomenology Philosophy of Religion Modern Philosophy



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