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PHIL 5510 Contemporary Philosophy of Religion (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

Reflection on the themes of faith, divinity, and being in the world, as contested in the field opened by Heideggerian phenomenology. In addition to some key texts by Heidegger, we will read and discuss works by K. Rahner, B. Welte, J.-L. Marion, and J.-Y. Lacoste. At several points, it will also be useful to draw on the positions of Augustine and Aquinas.

Instructor(s): Jeffrey Bloechl

Prerequisites: Core philosophy courses.

Cross listed with: THEO5516


Last Updated: 24-Jun-17