Raison philosophique et christianisme à l'aube du troisième millénaire
Collection Philosophie & théologie
400 pages - avril 2004
This work assembles the twenty-six contributions made at a congress that took place at Unesco-Paris, March 20-22, 2000, organised by the Conférence mondiale des institutions universitaires catholiques de philosophie (Comiucap) and the Association française des professeurs de philosophie des Facultés catholiques de philosophie. The first ever attempt to hold an academic reflection on the rapports between philosophy and Christianity, on the scale of the five continents, this congress set itself two tasks: to examine the different tensions, positive and negative, past and present, that can be observed between philosophical reason and Christianity, and to articulate the contrasted realities of cultural regions and the evolving data of different domains of knowledge. Two questions dominated the debates: what approbation can we give to the concept of ‘philosophical reason’, in view of the reduction of centres of thought and the disintegration, since the end of the 19th century, of regimes of rationality? What identifies philosophical space, within the context of the intelligence of faith? At the dawn of the third millennium, when attempts to take global stock of the situation are increasing, the authors have focused on these very things where they are substantiated, and have brought face to face the facts of reason, constantly under metamorphosis, and the long and very-much-alive philosophical tradition of Christianity.
- Dimensions : 135x215x35
- ISBN : 9782204074612
- Poids : 525 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Adela Cortina, Ag. Purname, Alfredo Gomez-Muller, Dominique Colas, Emmanuel Gabellieri, Evert Van der Zweerde, Francis Jacques, Jean Greisch, Jean Ladrière, Jean-François Mattéi, John D. Caputo, Jonathan Sutton, Machiel Karskens, Marco M. Olivetti, Marie-Dominique Popelard, Mauricio Beuchot, Ndumba Y'Oole L'Ifefo, Patrick Valdrini, Paul Gilbert, Paul Poupard, Philippe Capelle, Pierre Gire, Richard Cobb-Stevens, Shinro Kato, Thérèse-Anne Druart, Tjeng Eui-Chai, Varghese Manimala, Vicente Duràn Casas, Wladyslaw Zuziak