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Intensities: Philosophy, Religion and the Affirmation of Life

Intensities: Philosophy, Religion and the Affirmation of Life
This book breaks new ground in religious and philosophical thinking on the concept of life.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781409443292
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Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Group
Author: K. Moody & Steven Shakespeare
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This book captures a moment in which such thinking is regaining its force and attraction for scholars, and the relevance of thought to social, cultural, political and religious dilemmas about how and why to live. Bringing together original contributions by highly distinguished authors in the field of continental philosophy of religion, including John Caputo, Pamela Sue Anderson, Philip Goodchild, Alison Martin and Don Cupitt, this book has a distinctiveness based on its refusal to sit easily within either secular philosophical or theological approaches. The concept of life mobilises a thinking that crosses narrow disciplinary boundaries, whilst retaining philosophical rigour.Three sections explore the various dimensions of the question of life: 'The Politics of Life'; 'Life at the Limits of Thinking'; and 'Life and Spirituality'. This book will be of interest to a broad range of readers in the humanities, particularly to philosophers, theologians, cultural theorists and all those interested in philosophical or theological debates on the concept of life.
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