Preliminary Table of Contents:Acknowledgments
1. Toward a Phenomenology of the Persona
2. I Am Who May Be
3. Transfiguring God
4. Desiring God
5. Possibilizing God
Conclusion: Poetics of the Possible God
Presses contemporary philosophy of religion toward a new mode of thinking about God.
Richard Kearney is Professor of Philosophy at Boston College and
University College Dublin. He is the author of numerous books on
modern philosophy and culture, including Dialogues with
Contemporary Continental Thinkers, The
Wake of Imagination, and The Poetics of Modernity, as well as two novels and a volume of poetry. His books have been translated in many European languages. In recent years he has been engaged in the debates on ethics, aesthetics and religion with such key continental philosophers as Ricoeur, Derrida, Kristeva, Levinas, and Caputo.
"Kearney is one of the most exciting thinkers in the English-speaking world of continental philosophy... and joins hands with its fundamental project, "what-or who-comes after the God of metaphysics?" --John D. Caputo