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Scholars of religion who make use of the concept of transcendence are likely to encounter objections that this concept is too vague, too metaphysical, and too theological for use in Religious Studies. This article develops a differential-phenomenological concept of transcendence that is not susceptible to these charges and that, thanks to its complex logical structure, is potentially fruitful for use in Religious Studies.

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In: Method & Theory in the Study of Religion