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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Some Notes on a French Debate
Introducing Ontotheology
The Present and Our Obsession with Objects
Jean-Yves Lacoste: The Experience of Faith
Jean-Luc Marion: Experiencing the Given
Emmanuel Levinas: The Other’s Otherness
Theology ‘after’ Ontotheology
The Question concerning Ontotheology
Lacoste versus Heidegger: Ontological Differences
Exodus: Being Exposed to a Nonexperience
Mission and Ethics
The Experience of Resting and of the Work of Art
Ontology and Affectivity
Conclusion and Critical Remarks
Phenomenology and Theology
The Différend between the World and Creation
Decentering the Subject?
A Different Différend between the World and Creation
The Given Phenomenon, the Gift, and the Third Reduction
Reduction, Givenness, and Metaphysics
The Saturated Phenomenon
The Adonné
Longing for Ockham: Of Other Gifts and Other Lovers
A Phenomenology of the Icon?
Overcoming Ontotheology with Levinas
Substituting the Subject for Responsibility
Language and the ‘Relation without Relation’
Levinas and the Critique of the Critique of Representation
Representation and Kenosis: Giving to the Other
Conclusion: Derrida and Levinas
Otherwise than Being: Condemned to Be Good
The Subject’s Self Otherwise than Being
Intermediary Conclusions and the Question concerning Ontotheology
The Turn to ‘Jemeinigkeit’ in Levinas and Marion
The Limits of the Other and/in the Same: Levinas
The Limits of the Other and/in the Same: Marion
Theological Turns: Admiration against Abandonment
Reprise: Theology ‘after’ Ontotheology
Dasein, Metaphysics, and Dasein’s Metaphysics (Heidegger)
Another Metaphysics: The Metaphysics of the Other (Levinas)
Marion and Levinas on Metaphysics
Marion and/on Ontotheology
Marion’s Understanding of Ontotheology
Who’s Afraid of Ontotheology? The Usual Suspects
Marion’s Understanding of Modern Ontotheology
A Metaphysical Schism? Marion and Descartes
Intermediary Conclusions
Levinas and/on Ontotheology
The Said as the Birthplace of Ontology
The Said as the Birthplace of Ontotheology
Conclusion
Toward a Phenomenology of the Invisible
Theological Turnings
The Privation of Immanence
Heidegger and the Phenomenology of Presencing
Metaphysics and Society: More Ado about Nothing
Notes
Index
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(Suny Series in Theology and Continental Thought)Joeri Schrijvers-Ontotheological Turnings the Decentering of the Modern Subject in Recent French Phenomenology (Suny Series in Theology and Continent

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