By Richard Kearney
This significant ebook brings jointly in a single quantity a set of illuminating encounters with the most vital philosophers of our age-by certainly one of its such a lot incisive and leading edge critics.For greater than two decades, Richard Kearney has been in dialog with prime philosophers, literary theorists, anthropologists, and non secular students. His present is eliciting memorably transparent statements approximately their paintings from thinkers whose writings can usually be difficult of their complexity. right here, he brings jointly twenty-one initially released notable conversations-his 1984 assortment Dialogues: The Phenomenological history, his 1992 Visions of Europe: Conversations at the Legacy and way forward for Europe, and his 1995 States of brain: Dialogues with modern Thinkers. Featured interviewees comprise Stanislas Breton, Umberto Eco, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Herbert Marcus, George Steiner, Julia Kristeva, Emmanuel Levinas, and Jean-Fran?ois Lyotard. To this vintage middle, he provides contemporary interviews, formerly unpublished, with Paul Ricoeur, Jean-Luc Marion, Jacques Derrida, and George DumZzil, in addition to six colloquies approximately his personal work.Wide-ranging and obtainable, those interviews supply a desirable consultant to the guidelines, issues, and personalities of thinkers who've formed glossy intellec-tual existence. This publication might be a vital element of access for college kids, academics, students, and somebody looking to comprehend modern culture.ContentsPrefacePart One: contemporary DebatesJacques Derrida: Terror, faith, and the recent PoliticsJean-Luc Marion: The Hermeneutics of RevelationPaul Ricour: (a) On lifestyles tales (b) at the problem of Authority (c) the ability of the prospective (d) mind's eye, Testimony, and TrustGeorges Dumzil: delusion, Ideology, SovereigntyPart : From Dialogues: The Phenomenological background, 1984Emmanuel Levinas: Ethics of the InfiniteHerbert Marcuse: The Philosophy of artwork and PoliticsPaul Ricour: (a) The Creativity of Language (b) fable because the Bearer of attainable WorldsStanislas Breton: Being, God, and the Poetics of RelationJacques Derrida: Deconstruction and the OtherPart 3: From States of brain, 1995Julia Kristeva: Strangers to Ourselves: The wish of the SingularHans Georg Gadamer: textual content MattersJean-Franois Lyotard: what's Just?George Steiner: Culture-The cost You PayPaul Ricour: Universality and the ability of DifferenceUmberto Eco: Chaosmos: The go back to the center AgesPart 4: Colloquies with Richard KearneyVillanova Colloquy: opposed to OmnipotenceAthens Colloquy: among Selves and OthersHalifax Colloquy: among Being and God Stony Brook Colloquy: Confronting ImaginationBoston Colloquy: Theorizing the GiftDublin Colloquy: considering Is DangerousAppendix: Philosophy as discussion
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