A series of events with: Emmanuel Falque (Institut Catholique de Paris)

May 4, 2013 @ 1:00 am – 2:30 am
Callinan Boardroom, Level 8
250 Victoria Parade
East Melbourne VIC 3002
Nick Trakakis / Chris Hackett

The Centre for Philosophy & Phenomenology of Religion (Australian Catholic University)
invites you to:

Prof. Falque will present a seminar paper on “Phenomenology and Theology: Testing the Boundaries”

Abstract: For many years now phenomenology in France has been the origin of theological renewal. The publication in France of The Theological
Turn of French Phenomenology clearly marked this, and many authors fit in this project, including Levinas, Ricoeur, Henry, Marion, Chrétien,
and Lacoste. However, is it enough to study theology starting from phenomenology? Can we not also imagine a “return shock”, traveling back
from theology onto phenomenology, which even comes to modify phenomenology itself? By “crossing the Rubicon” or transgressing the
boundaries, each will be further enriched in its own discipline.

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