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RECENT PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS

Presentations

2009—Respondent: Annual Meeting of the North American Karl Jaspers Society at the Central Division Meeting APA (Chicago)

2009—Paper: Recognizing a Transcendent God: Thinking through the Questions of God's Appearing (Gordon College).

2007—Paper: Ricœur and the Ethical Shape of Remembering and Forgetting at the APA Central Division (Chicago)

2005—A Love as Strong as Death: Ricœur's Reading of the Song of Songs at the Society for Continental Philosophy and Theology (Wheaton College)

2004—Theology and Postmodernism at the Theology and Society Series (Boston)

2004—Jaspers, Ricœur, and the "Absolute Other" at the Joint Session of the APA Committee on International Cooperation and the Jaspers Society

2003—The Saving or the Sanitizing of Prayer: The Problem of the sans in Derrida's Account of Prayer at the Society for Continental Philosophy and Theology (Villanova University)

 
 

Publications:

2009—Translation of Paul Ricœur, Fragile Identity: Respect for the Other and Cultural Identity, forthcoming Duquesne University Press. Translation of Fragile identit√© : respect de l'autre et identit√© culturelle published in Les droits de la personne en question, Europe Europa, 2000

—Translation of Bernhard Waldenfels, Strangeness, Hospitality, and Enmity forthcoming Duquesne University Press. Translation of Fremdheit, Gastfreundschaft und Feindschaft originally published in links, Pisa/Rome, 2006

2008—A Love as Strong as Death: Ricœur's Reading of the "Song of Songs," in Transforming Philosophy and Religion: Love's Wisdom, eds. Bruce Benson and Norman Wirzba (Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2008)

2007—"After Ethics and Affectivity: Kearney's Hope in the God Who May Be" in International Journal of Philosophical Studies, Vol. 15 (4) (Fall)

—The Hope of Remembering, a review of Paul Ricœur's "Memory, History, Forgetting" in Research in Phenomenology

2006—"The Hope of Conversation," a review of Richard Kearney's On Paul Ricœur: the Owl of Minerva and Debates in Continental Philosophy: Conversations with Contemporary Thinkers in Religion and the Arts

2005—"Jaspers and Ricœur on the Self and the Other" in Philosophy Today, Winter (2005)

—The Saving or the Sanitizing of Prayer: The Problem of the sans in Derrida's Account of Prayer in The Phenomenology of Prayer, eds. Bruce Benson and Norman Wirzba (New York: Fordham University Press, 2005)

"Jaspers and Ricœur on the Self and the Other? in Philosophy Today, Winter

2000—with Malcolm Reid, "A Firm and Unchanging Nature,"Stillpoint, Vol. 15, No. 2 (spring)

—Editor of Modern Philosophy, vol. 7 of The Paideia Project: the Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy (Bowling Green: The Philosophy Documentation Center, 2000)

1999—"Alan Gewirth and Richard T. Peterson" in Social Theory and Practice, Vol. 25, No. 1 (Spring)

—Translation of Marc Richir's “Phenomène et infini,” as “Phenomenon and Infinity,” in The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, vol. 20 (SUNY Press, 1998).—

—“Reasonable Faith and Faithful Reason: The Central Role of Freedom in Hegel's Philosophy of Religion,” in Philosophy and Theology, vol. 10, no.1 (Spring)

 
 

 

CURRENT RESEARCH

My recent work has been about the question of transcendence and immanence in 20th and 21st century thinkers like Derrida, Marion, Kearney, Ricœur, et. al., but my longer and more substantial project is to link these thinkers and the issue of radical transcendence (and the absolute Other) to the debate between Hegel and Schelling (and, thus, to a certain extent, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Rosenzweig). I am hoping that my current work on Ricœur and Rosenzweig will provide something of a bridge back to this older debate.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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