Perspectives in Continental Philosophy

Edited by John D. Caputo, Villanova University and Syracuse University


  1. Crossing the Rubicon

    Crossing the Rubicon (Hardcover)

    The Borderlands of Philosophy and Theology Emmanuel Falque, Translated by Reuben Shank, Introduction by Matthew Farley
    Price: $110.00
    In France today, philosophy—phenomenology in particular—finds itself in a paradoxical relation to theology. Some debate a “theological turn.” Others disavow theological arguments as if such arguments would tarnish their philosophical integrity, while nevertheless carrying...

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  2. Crossing the Rubicon

    Crossing the Rubicon (Paperback)

    The Borderlands of Philosophy and Theology Emmanuel Falque, Translated by Reuben Shank, Introduction by Matthew Farley
    Price: $28.00
    In France today, philosophy—phenomenology in particular—finds itself in a paradoxical relation to theology. Some debate a “theological turn.” Others disavow theological arguments as if such arguments would tarnish their philosophical integrity, while nevertheless carrying...

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  3. Walter Benjamin and Theology

    Walter Benjamin and Theology (Hardcover)

    Edited by Colby Dickinson, and Stéphane Symons
    Price: $125.00
    In the Arcades Project, Walter Benjamin writes that his work is “related to theology as blotting pad is related to ink. It is saturated with it.” For a thinker so decisive to critical literary, cultural, political, and aesthetic writings over the past half-century, Benjamin’s...

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  4. Walter Benjamin and Theology

    Walter Benjamin and Theology (Paperback)

    Edited by Colby Dickinson, and Stéphane Symons
    Price: $35.00
    In the Arcades Project, Walter Benjamin writes that his work is “related to theology as blotting pad is related to ink. It is saturated with it.” For a thinker so decisive to critical literary, cultural, political, and aesthetic writings over the past half-century, Benjamin’s...

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  5. Aesthetics of Negativity

    Aesthetics of Negativity (Hardcover)

    Blanchot, Adorno, and Autonomy William S. Allen
    Price: $65.00
    Maurice Blanchot and Theodor W. Adorno are among the most difficult but also the most profound thinkers in twentieth-century aesthetics. While their methods and perspectives differ widely, they share a concern with the negativity of the artwork conceived in terms of either its experience and...

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