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Martin Koci is a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Philosophy at the University of Vienna.
Jason Alvis is a Research Fellow and External Lecturer at the Institute for Philosophy at the University of Vienna.
- Richard Kearney (Boston College)
- Martin Koci and Jason W. Alvis (University of Vienna), Transgressing the Boundaries: Introducing Emmanuel Falque
I. Interpreting Emmanuel Falque
- Emmanuel Falque (Institut Catholique de Paris), Philosophy and Theology: New Boundaries
- Bruce Ellis Benson (St Andrews), Where is the Philosophical/Theological Rubicon?: Toward a Radical Rethinking of “Religion”
- Jakub Čapek (Charles University, Prague), Philosophy and Theology: What Happens When We Cross the Boundary?
- William C. Woody (Boston College), Foreign Exchange or Hostile Incursion
- Tamsin Jones (Trinity College Hartford), The Geography of the Rubicon: Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies in the American Context
II. Emmanuel Falque in Comparison
- William L. Connelly (Institut Catholique de Paris), At the Confluence of Phenomenology and Non-Phenomenology: Maurice Blondel and Emmanuel Falque
- Katerina Kočí (Charles University, Prague), A Friendly Tussle between Hermeneutics and Phenomenology: From Ricoeur to Falque and Beyond
- Lorenza Bottacin Cantoni (University of Padova), Hoc est corpus meum: Kenosis, Responsibility and the Ethics of the Spread Body between Levinas and Falque
- Francesca Peruzzotti (Institut Catholique de Paris/San Carlo College Modena), God’s word and the human word. Philosophy and theology in Emmanuel Falque’s phenomenology
III. Constructive-Critical Engagements
- Carla Canullo (University of Macerata), Oportet transire: How “Crossing” becomes a questio de homine
- Andrew Sackin-Poll (University of Cambridge), Phenomenology and the Metaphysics of Conversion
- Barnabas Asprey (University of Cambridge), Transforming Heideggerian Finitude? Following Pathways Opened by Emmanuel Falque
- Victor Emma-Adamah (University of Cambridge), The Sense of Finitude: A Blondelian Engagement
- Steven DeLay (Woolf University), The Power at Work Within Us
- Emmanuel Falque, To Die of Not Writing
To be introduced to Emmanuel Falque, to be led into his thinking and his writing: this is an event that no student of phenomenology, especially in its theological frame, should miss. Here one finds Falque read, compared and engaged, and here one finds much to ponder about the current state of our thinking about philosophy, theology, and their mutual relations.
— Kevin Hart, Edwin B. Kyle Professor of Christian Studies, University of Virginia