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The Resource Contemporary debates in negative theology and philosophy, Nahum Brown, J. Aaron Simmons

Contemporary debates in negative theology and philosophy, Nahum Brown, J. Aaron Simmons

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Contemporary debates in negative theology and philosophy
Title
Contemporary debates in negative theology and philosophy
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Nahum Brown, J. Aaron Simmons
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Language
eng
Summary
"In this volume, scholars draw deeply on negative theology in order to consider some of the oldest questions in the philosophy of religion that stand as persistent challenges to inquiry, comprehension, and expression. The chapters engage different philosophical methodologies, cross disciplinary boundaries, and draw on varied cultural traditions in the effort to demonstrate that apophaticism can be a positive resource for contemporary philosophy of religion."--
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Brown, Nahum,
Dewey number
231
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1977-
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Simmons, J. Aaron
Series statement
Palgrave frontiers in philosophy of religion
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Negative theology
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Contemporary debates in negative theology and philosophy, Nahum Brown, J. Aaron Simmons
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Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 6, 2017)
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
1. Introduction; J. Aaron Simmons. -- Part I.A Philosophy of the Unsayable -- 2. A Philosophy of the Unsayable; Kevin Hart -- 3. Speaking About Silence (Sort of); Aaron Simmons -- 4. William Franke and the Unfinished Philosophical Revolution of the West; William C. Hackett -- 5. To Be and Not To Know, That is the Question; Sai Bhatawadekar -- 6. Is There a Logic of the Ineffable?; Stephen Palmquist -- 7. Betwixt and Amidst; William Franke -- Part II. Thinking the Apophatic -- 8. Is Hegel an Apophatic Thinker?; Nahum Brown -- 9. Hegel and the Negation of the Apophatic; Andrew W. Hass -- 10. Infinite Reduplication; Peter Kline -- 11. Heidegger's Apophaticism; Elliot R. Wolfson -- 12. The Apophatic Trace of Derrida and Zhuangzi; Lissa McCullough -- 13. The Irenic Ironic Unsayable; by David Chai -- 14. Apophatic Universalism East and West; William Franke -- Part III. The Vanishing Point of the Apophatic in Poetry and Literature -- 15. Apophasis as a Means of Expressing Ecological Indeterminacy; Sabine Lenore Müller -- 16. The Astonishing Silence of Things;Bruno Béu -- 17. Unspeakable Trash; Anthony Curtis Adler -- 18. Conclusion -- Index
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on1013825527
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1 online resource
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online
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9783319659008
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not applicable
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remote
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(OCoLC)1013825527
Label
Contemporary debates in negative theology and philosophy, Nahum Brown, J. Aaron Simmons
Publication
Copyright
Note
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 6, 2017)
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
1. Introduction; J. Aaron Simmons. -- Part I.A Philosophy of the Unsayable -- 2. A Philosophy of the Unsayable; Kevin Hart -- 3. Speaking About Silence (Sort of); Aaron Simmons -- 4. William Franke and the Unfinished Philosophical Revolution of the West; William C. Hackett -- 5. To Be and Not To Know, That is the Question; Sai Bhatawadekar -- 6. Is There a Logic of the Ineffable?; Stephen Palmquist -- 7. Betwixt and Amidst; William Franke -- Part II. Thinking the Apophatic -- 8. Is Hegel an Apophatic Thinker?; Nahum Brown -- 9. Hegel and the Negation of the Apophatic; Andrew W. Hass -- 10. Infinite Reduplication; Peter Kline -- 11. Heidegger's Apophaticism; Elliot R. Wolfson -- 12. The Apophatic Trace of Derrida and Zhuangzi; Lissa McCullough -- 13. The Irenic Ironic Unsayable; by David Chai -- 14. Apophatic Universalism East and West; William Franke -- Part III. The Vanishing Point of the Apophatic in Poetry and Literature -- 15. Apophasis as a Means of Expressing Ecological Indeterminacy; Sabine Lenore Müller -- 16. The Astonishing Silence of Things;Bruno Béu -- 17. Unspeakable Trash; Anthony Curtis Adler -- 18. Conclusion -- Index
Control code
on1013825527
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319659008
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1013825527

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