Methodological Atheism Considered

Journal for Continental Philosophy of Religion 4 (2):133-165 (2022)
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Abstract

Thirty years after the publication of Dominique Janicaud’s criticism of what he termed the “theological turn” of phenomenology in France, what is the state of the debate? This paper addresses that question, by examining the phenomenology of revelation in Marion, Lacoste, and others, in turn replying to various arguments that have been advanced against the theological turn and on behalf of methodological atheism. Not only is revelation a viable topic of phenomenological analysis, the attempts to formulate a methodologically atheist phenomenology fail.

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A Critique of Jean Sartre’s Ontology.[author unknown] - 1954 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 4:110-111.

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