Recherche – Detailansicht
Gschwandtner, Christina M.
Degrees of Givenness. On Saturation in Jean-Luc Marion.
Harrogate: Combined Academic Pub-lishers (Bloomington: Indiana University Press) 2014. 304 S. = Indiana Series in the Philosophy of Religion. Geb. £ 54,00. ISBN 978-0-25301419-1.
One of the merits of this study on the thought of Jean-Luc Marion is clarity. Which is due, of course, to the fact that the author is a spe-cialist, and translator of the French phenomenologist, to whom she dedicated an earlier volume in 2007 and in whose vast production she moves with ease and competence – but not only. The point is that this book is not allowed digressions, but pursues with determina-tion, almost stubbornly, one dominant reason, as expressed very clearly since the introduction and then developed into seven chapters which represent as many variations on the theme. What Christina M. Gschwandtner intends to bring to light, in this essay, is a tension which works, not entirely consciously and controlled, in Marion’s phenomenological project; a tension that, properly ...
Lesen sie als Abonnent weiter: