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O'Regan 2009 - Theology and the Spaces of Apocalyptic

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THE
PERE
MAR'Q.UE;rTE
LECTURE
IN
THEOLOGY
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THEOLOGY AND
THE
SPACES
OF
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O'Regan, Cyril, 1952-Theology and the spaces
of
apocalyptic / Cyril O'Regan.
p.
cm. --(The
Pere
Marquette lecture in theology; 2009)Includes bibliographical references.ISBN-13: 978-0-87462-589-9 (clothbound: alk. paper)ISBN-lO: 0-87462-589-0 (clothbound: alk. paper)
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FOREWORD
T
he 2009 Pere Marquette Lecture in Theology
is
the fortieth in a series commemorating the missions and explorations
of
PereJacques Marquette,
SJ
(1637-75). This series oflectures was begun in 1969 under the auspices
of
theMarquette University Department
of
Theology.The Joseph
A.
Auchter Family Endowment
Fund
has endowed the lecture series. Joseph Auchter(1894-1986), a native
of
Milwaukee, was a bankingand paper industry executive and a long-time supporter
of
education. The fund
was
established byhis children
as
a memorial
to
him.
CYRIL
O'REGAN
Born in Ireland, Cyril O'Regan received his
BA
and
MA
degrees in Philosophy in the middle
to
late1970s at University College Dublin.
He
studiedTheology and Philosophy
of
Religion at the Department
of
Religious Studies at
Yale
from whichinstitution he received his
PhD
in 1989.
He
hasheld academic positions at the School
of
Theol
ogy,
Saint John's, Collegeville,
as
well
as
in the Department
of
Religious Studies at
Yale.
For the pastten years he has been
on
the faculty
of
Theologyat the University
of
Notre Dame, where currently
 
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Cyril
O'Regan,
Theology
6-
the
Spaces
of
Apocalyptic
he
is
the Huisking Professor
of
Theology. Professor O'Regan identifies himself
as
a systematic theologian who
is
interested
in
a wide variety
of
topicareas
and
contemporary figures
in
theology,
both
Catholic
and
Protestant.
He
is
especially interested
in
Trinitarian thought, eschatology,
and
the variety
of
forms
of
postmodern theology,
and
has paidparticular attention to modern theologians such
as
Balthasar, Przywara,
and
de Lubac.
He
has
pub-
lished widely
on
Balthasar,
and2010
will see theappearance
of
two large manuscripts
on
Balthasar'srelation to Hegel
and
Heidegger respectively. Twomore volumes
on
Balthasar are planned.
In
addition, Professor O'Regan has deep historical interests
that
extend from
Newman
and
the TiibingenSchool
in
the nineteenth century through Aquinas,Bonaventure,
and
Eckhart
in
the medieval periodto
the
patristic period.
In
the patristic period he has
done
considerable
work
on
Irenaeus
and
Augustine.The areas
of
mystical theology
and
clarification
of
orthodoxy
and
heterodoxy are
of
special interest.
In
the
area
of
mystical theology Professor O'Regan haswritten
on
such figures
as
Maximus
and
Eckhart,
and
is
currently working
on
Ruysbroeck. The second-century figure Irenaeus
is
a foundation stonefor his exploration
of
the return
of
Gnosticism
in
modernity. Two volumes
of
a planned seven volumeseries have thus far appeared:
Gnostic Return in Mo-dernity
(SUNY, 2001)
and
Gnostic
Apocalypse:
Jacob
Robert
M.
Doran, 5],
Foreword
7
Boehme's
HauntedNarrative
(SUNY, 2002). Trainedoriginally
as
a philosopher, Professor O'Regan hasdone considerable work
in
continental philosophy.
He
is
the
author
of
The
Heterodox
Hegel
(SUNY,1994)
as
well
as
numerous other
essays
on
Hegel.Another
book
on
Hegel
is
well under way and
is
slated to be the third volume
of
the Gnosticism
in
Modernity series.
He
has published
on
Heidegger,Jean-Luc Marion,
and
Kant among others.Robert M. Doran,
SJ

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