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This is the first book that provides access to twelve Continental philosophers and the consequences of their thinking for the philosophy of religion. Basically, in the second half of the twentieth century, it has been treated from within the Anglo- American school of philosophy, which deals mainly with proofs and truths, and questions of faith. This approach is more concerned with human experience, and pays more attention to historical context and cultural influences. As such, it provides challenging questions about the way forward for philosophy of religion in the twenty-first century.
-First comprehensive survey of the work of major Continental philosophers and the implications to philosophy of religion.
-It treats the work of Jacques Derrida, Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, Luce Irigaray, Julia Kristeva, Jean-Luc Marion, Paul Ricoeur and philosophers of the Frankfurt school, such as Jürgen Habermas.
-It questions the traditional approach of Anglo-American philosophy and introduces challenging questions
Acknowledgements. Introduction.- M. Joy. Paul Ricoeur: Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Religion.- M. Joy. Thinking Otherwise: Derrida's Contribution to Philosophy of Religion.- E. Armour. Levinas's Project: An Interpretative Phenomenology of Sensibility and Intersubjectivity.- B. Bergo. The Challenge of Love: Kristeva and Irigaray.- M. Joy. Thinking Differently: Foucault and the Philosophy of Religion.- J. Carrette. Deleuze and Philosophy of Religion.- P. Goodchild. Jean-Luc Marion: Phenomenology of Religion.- C. Gschwandtner. Critical Theory, Negative Theology, and Transcendence.- J. Swindal. Encountering Otherness.- M. Joy.