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The Essential writings / Jean-Luc Marion ; edited by Kevin Hart.

By: Marion, Jean-Luc, 1946-.
Contributor(s): Hart, Kevin, 1954-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PHIL B 2013 659733Series: Perspectives in continental philosophy: Publication: New York : Fordham University Press, 2013Description: xi, 543 pages.ISBN: 9780823251056; 0823251055; 9780823251063; 0823251063.Subject(s): Marion, Jean-Luc, 1946- | Philosophy, Modern -- 20th century
Contents:
Introduction / by Kevin Hart -- I. Metaphysics and Its Idols: The Marches of Metaphysics; Double Idolatry -- II. Saturation, Gift, and Icon: The Breakthrough and the Broadening; Sketch of the Saturated Phenomenon; The Banality of Saturation; The Reason of the Gift; The Icon or the Endless Hermeneutic -- III. Reading Descartes: The Ambivalence of Cartesian Metaphysics; The Eternal Truths; The Question of the Divine Names; Does the Ego Alter the Other?: The Solitude of the Cogito and the Absense of Alter Ego -- IV. Revelation and Apophasis: The Prototype and the Image; Thomas Aquinas and Onto-Theo-logy; The Possible and Revelation; What Cannot Be Said: Apophasis and the Discourse of Love; The Impossible for Man-God -- V. On Love and Sacrifice: The Intentionality of Love; Concerning the Lover, and His Advance; The Creation of the Self; Sketch of a Phenomenological Concept of Sacrifice.
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Introduction / by Kevin Hart -- I. Metaphysics and Its Idols: The Marches of Metaphysics; Double Idolatry -- II. Saturation, Gift, and Icon: The Breakthrough and the Broadening; Sketch of the Saturated Phenomenon; The Banality of Saturation; The Reason of the Gift; The Icon or the Endless Hermeneutic -- III. Reading Descartes: The Ambivalence of Cartesian Metaphysics; The Eternal Truths; The Question of the Divine Names; Does the Ego Alter the Other?: The Solitude of the Cogito and the Absense of Alter Ego -- IV. Revelation and Apophasis: The Prototype and the Image; Thomas Aquinas and Onto-Theo-logy; The Possible and Revelation; What Cannot Be Said: Apophasis and the Discourse of Love; The Impossible for Man-God -- V. On Love and Sacrifice: The Intentionality of Love; Concerning the Lover, and His Advance; The Creation of the Self; Sketch of a Phenomenological Concept of Sacrifice.

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