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Violence and the Unconditional

A Radical Theology of Culture

John D. Caputo

, deconstructible, and the ground of being is always equally groundless. This double law is expressed in Heidegger as the ontico-ontological difference; it is expressed in Tillich under the name of the “Protestant Principle,” which refers not to denominational Protestantism but to the structural inadequacy of every

Anne Davenport

shedding light on “the thing itself.” Implicitly, the “rugged” individualism of Protestant sectarianism and the irenicism of Anglicans are gently contested in favor of a more catholic and Catholic approach. Falque’s “Overture” (think of music) stands outside of the loving struggle as such in order to

Mark J. Thomas

Protestant Reformers, who wished to return to the true meaning of the Bible; and classical philology, which sought to uncover the true meaning of classical Greek and Latin texts. Gadamer sums up their common motivation: “Both involve a rediscovery: a rediscovery of something that was not absolutely unknown

Phenomenology and Ritual Practice

For Broadening Contemporary Philosophical Study of Religious Experience

Christina M. Gschwandtner

fundamentalisms, at least some scholars argue that this is an eminently Christian (even Protestant) imposition of religious definition on traditions where such categorization only fits very uneasily. 34 Although there is some controversy within religious studies about the exact relationships between “myth” and