Dieu en tant que Dieu
Collection Philosophie & théologie
288 pages - mars 2012
We believed it had been dismissed, or at best, marginalized. Yet in just a few years, the ‘philosophical question of God’ has returned to the centre of metaphysical and political debate. At the same time, it has been considerably renewed, giving rise to remarkable historical works and many systematic essays of refoundation. Given that it has admirably survived the ‘death of God’, the ‘question of God’ still requires to be carefully demarcated between the speculative, confessional and political domains. If we must speak of ‘God’ as such, what are we talking about? And who is doing the talking? This book accepts the challenge of this radical question: by reading afresh the great stages of the philosophical thematization of God, from critical appropriation and evidence to ‘demonstration’; by deploying the criteriological arguments inferred by the ‘as God’ sequence. Léon Bloy wrote: ‘What God does without man’s participation is always well done!’ Yet he considered that Christianity wished to ‘Let words pay homage to divine transcendence’. On the subject of ‘God’, it is not at all certain that man is condemned to remain silent; nor should we be incapable of clearly expressing our thoughts and feelings.
- Dimensions : 135x215x20
- ISBN : 9782204097970
- Poids : 370 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Anthony Feneuil, Bernard Bourdin, Bernard Mabille, Emmanuel Housset, Emmanuel Tourpe, Ghislain Waterlot, Jacques Courcier, Jean-Louis Vieillard-Baron, Jean-Luc Marion, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jean-Marc Narbonne, Jean-Yves Lacoste, Jérôme de Gramont, Laurence Devillairs, Paul Gilbert, Philippe Capelle-Dumont, Roger Pouivet, Yannick Courtel