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The Resource William Desmond's philosophy between metaphysics, religion, ethics, and aesthetics : thinking metaxologically, Dennis Vanden Auweele, editor

William Desmond's philosophy between metaphysics, religion, ethics, and aesthetics : thinking metaxologically, Dennis Vanden Auweele, editor

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William Desmond's philosophy between metaphysics, religion, ethics, and aesthetics : thinking metaxologically
Title
William Desmond's philosophy between metaphysics, religion, ethics, and aesthetics
Title remainder
thinking metaxologically
Statement of responsibility
Dennis Vanden Auweele, editor
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This volume collects seventeen new essays by well-established and junior scholars on the philosophical relevance of metaxological philosophy and its main proponent, William Desmond. The volume mines metaxological thought for its salience in contemporary discussions in Continental philosophy, specifically in the fields of metaphysics, philosophy of religion, ethics, and aesthetics. Among others, topics under discussion include the goodness of being, the existence and nature of God, and the aesthetic dimensions of human becoming. Interest in metaxological philosophy has been on the rise in recent years, and this volume provides both a practical introduction and thorough engagements with it by experts in the field. The volume concludes with a series of responses by William Desmond on the issues raised by the contributors
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
110
Index
no index present
LC call number
BD95
LC item number
.W55 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Vanden Auweele, Dennis
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  • Desmond, William
  • Metaphysics
  • Metaphysics
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Ethics
  • Aesthetics
Label
William Desmond's philosophy between metaphysics, religion, ethics, and aesthetics : thinking metaxologically, Dennis Vanden Auweele, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Chapter 14: Transcendence in Metaxology and Sophiology
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unknown
Bibliography note
BibliographyPart III: Autonomy, Porosity, and Goodness; Chapter 9: Evil: From Phenomenology to Thought; Phenomena of Evil and the Lure of Explanation; The Ricoeurian Template; Principle of Reserve: Inverted Icon-Figure of Medusa; Amen; Bibliography; Chapter 10: Retrieving the Primal Ethos of Life: (Bio) Ethics in the Love of Being; The Wasteland of Medical Ethics and the Oblivion of the Intimate Universal; The Discussion on Assisted Reproduction and the Exploitation of the Body; The Debate on the 'Good Death': Striving to Be or Letting Go; Bio (Ethics) in the Love of Being; Bibliography
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multicolored
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Dedication; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Introduction; Bibliography; Part I: Being, Knowing and Intimacy; Chapter 2: Number and the Between; Counting the Between; Plato, Thing and Number; From Platonic to Modern Mathematics; The Cantorian Counter-Revolution; Cantor and Wittgenstein; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3: True Being and Being True: Metaxology and the Retrieval of Metaphysics; Bibliography; Chapter 4: Hermeneutical Selving as Metaxological Selving: Bridging the Perceived Gap Between Theological Hermeneutics and Metaphysics
  • The Crisis of Metaphysics in TheologyThe Unfinished Humanum and the 'Secular' World; The Metaphysical Bridge and the Construction of the Self; Conclusion: Metaphysics as Originating Process; Bibliography; Chapter 5: Metaxology and New Realist Philosophy; Speculative Materialism on Being; Metaxology and Heidegger's Strong Correlationism; Metaxological Realism; Bibliography; Part II: Absolute Being and Talking God; Chapter 6: The Metaxology of the Divine Names; The Tradition of the Divine Names: A Prototypical Metaxology; Transcendence; Community; Conclusion; Bibliography
  • Chapter 7: Metaxologizing Our God-Talk: Desmond, Kearney, and the Divine BetweenDesmond on the Overdeterminacy of the Agapeic God; Kearney on the Erotic God of Possibility; Desmond and Kearney Together: Finding the Middle Ground; Theopoetics as Metaxology's Future; Bibliography; Chapter 8: Espousing Intimacies: Mystics and the Metaxological; Desmond's Metaxological Augustinianism; Critical Interlude: Leuven Philosophical Inside-Outsiders-Scheuer and Maréchal; Metaxological Mysticism: The Intimate Espousal of Analogy; Common Is the Common Life: Returning to the Mystery of Mediation
  • Chapter 11: Silence, Excess, and AutonomySilence and Excess; The Equivocity of Autonomy; The Silence of Autonomy; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 12: Reactivating Christian Metaphysical Glory in the Wake of Its Eclipse: William Desmond Contra Giorgio Agamben; Electing Desmond and Agamben; Agamben's Deactivation of Christian Glory; Desmond's Reactivation of Christian Glory; Bibliography; Part IV: On Wholeness, Hegel and Pan(en)theism; Chapter 13: The Real and the Glitter: Apropos William Desmond's Hegel's God; Hegel's God; Counterfeits; Perplexity; Bibliography
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9783319989914
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  • c
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  • on1057692027
  • (OCoLC)1057692027
Label
William Desmond's philosophy between metaphysics, religion, ethics, and aesthetics : thinking metaxologically, Dennis Vanden Auweele, editor
Publication
Note
Chapter 14: Transcendence in Metaxology and Sophiology
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
BibliographyPart III: Autonomy, Porosity, and Goodness; Chapter 9: Evil: From Phenomenology to Thought; Phenomena of Evil and the Lure of Explanation; The Ricoeurian Template; Principle of Reserve: Inverted Icon-Figure of Medusa; Amen; Bibliography; Chapter 10: Retrieving the Primal Ethos of Life: (Bio) Ethics in the Love of Being; The Wasteland of Medical Ethics and the Oblivion of the Intimate Universal; The Discussion on Assisted Reproduction and the Exploitation of the Body; The Debate on the 'Good Death': Striving to Be or Letting Go; Bio (Ethics) in the Love of Being; Bibliography
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Dedication; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Introduction; Bibliography; Part I: Being, Knowing and Intimacy; Chapter 2: Number and the Between; Counting the Between; Plato, Thing and Number; From Platonic to Modern Mathematics; The Cantorian Counter-Revolution; Cantor and Wittgenstein; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 3: True Being and Being True: Metaxology and the Retrieval of Metaphysics; Bibliography; Chapter 4: Hermeneutical Selving as Metaxological Selving: Bridging the Perceived Gap Between Theological Hermeneutics and Metaphysics
  • The Crisis of Metaphysics in TheologyThe Unfinished Humanum and the 'Secular' World; The Metaphysical Bridge and the Construction of the Self; Conclusion: Metaphysics as Originating Process; Bibliography; Chapter 5: Metaxology and New Realist Philosophy; Speculative Materialism on Being; Metaxology and Heidegger's Strong Correlationism; Metaxological Realism; Bibliography; Part II: Absolute Being and Talking God; Chapter 6: The Metaxology of the Divine Names; The Tradition of the Divine Names: A Prototypical Metaxology; Transcendence; Community; Conclusion; Bibliography
  • Chapter 7: Metaxologizing Our God-Talk: Desmond, Kearney, and the Divine BetweenDesmond on the Overdeterminacy of the Agapeic God; Kearney on the Erotic God of Possibility; Desmond and Kearney Together: Finding the Middle Ground; Theopoetics as Metaxology's Future; Bibliography; Chapter 8: Espousing Intimacies: Mystics and the Metaxological; Desmond's Metaxological Augustinianism; Critical Interlude: Leuven Philosophical Inside-Outsiders-Scheuer and Maréchal; Metaxological Mysticism: The Intimate Espousal of Analogy; Common Is the Common Life: Returning to the Mystery of Mediation
  • Chapter 11: Silence, Excess, and AutonomySilence and Excess; The Equivocity of Autonomy; The Silence of Autonomy; Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 12: Reactivating Christian Metaphysical Glory in the Wake of Its Eclipse: William Desmond Contra Giorgio Agamben; Electing Desmond and Agamben; Agamben's Deactivation of Christian Glory; Desmond's Reactivation of Christian Glory; Bibliography; Part IV: On Wholeness, Hegel and Pan(en)theism; Chapter 13: The Real and the Glitter: Apropos William Desmond's Hegel's God; Hegel's God; Counterfeits; Perplexity; Bibliography
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319989914
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1057692027
  • (OCoLC)1057692027

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