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God after Metaphysics
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Contents
Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations
Introduction
Part One. Seeing
Allegory 1
1. The Metaphysical Chiasm
2. The Existential Chiasm
3. The Aesthetical Chiasm
Part Two. Hearing
Allegory 2
4. Figures of Silence: Prelude
5. Language beyond Difference and Otherness: Interlude
6. The Interrupted Self: Postlude
Part Three. Touching
Allegory 3
7. Touch Me, Touch Me Not
8. The Sabbath of Experience
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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A new way of thinking about God and religious experience

About the Author

John Panteleimon Manoussakis teaches at Boston College and the American College in Athens, Greece. He has edited (with Drew Hyland) Heidegger and the Greeks (IUP, 2006) and published a translation of Heidegger's Sojourns.

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"Elegant and incisive, God after Metaphysics engages the 'theological turn' of contemporary phenomenology at a deeper, richer, and more satisfying level than many recent books. Manoussakis is entirely right to stress the importance of what it means to be 'in relations with God' and to see this as essential to theology today. Well grounded in patristics, Manoussakis shows us that the future of theology and its past are not in contradiction, and must be thought together." Kevin Hart, University of Notre Dame "I have not seen anything in breadth, importance, and intensity like [Manoussakis's] conception of God after metaphysics in all the years I have been teaching at the Sorbonne and the University of Chicago!" Jean-Luc Marion

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