By Caputo, John D.; Caputo, John D.; Dooley, Mark
The 1st thorough going, serious attention of the paintings of Continental thinker John D. Caputo by means of a bunch of distinctive philosophers, theologians, and cultural critics. The paintings offers Caputo's solutions to his appraisers.
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These are the reasons why I am so grateful. MD: From Radical Hermeneutics, his first major book to deal with issues raised in your work, to The Prayers and Tears Of Jacques Derrida, Jack Caputo has tried to highlight an ethico-religious impulse which he sees at the heart of your ideas. How do you react to people like Jack, Richard Kearney, and others, who interpret you in this way? JD: Don’t forget that Jack Caputo speaks of religion without religion! MD: I’ll come to that! The Becoming Possible of the Impossible 23 JD: I am very grateful to Jack in that regard also, because he doesn’t try to transform me into a pious person.
I am working on this limit between describing a prophecy and performing a prophesy without prophecy. 28 A Passion for the Impossible MD: Caputo suggests, in both the Introduction and Conclusion of The Prayers and Tears of Jacques Derrida, that there is an endless translatability, or an undecidable fluctuation between the passion for “the impossible” and the passion for God. He says that we will never be able to decide which is an example of which. How do you respond to this? JD: If I had to react quickly, I would say that the difference between the passion for the impossible on the one hand, and the passion for “God” on the other, is the name.
Kathleen Blamey (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992), p. 355. God and Anonymity 19 9. See Marion, “The Saturated Phenomenon,” in Janicaud, Phenomenology and the Theological Turn. 10. Levinas, De Dieu qui vient à l’idée (Paris: J. Vrin, 1992), p. 115; “God and Philosophy,” in Levinas: Basic Philosophical Writings, eds. Robert Bernasconi et al. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1996), p. 141. 11. Summa Theologiae. Part I, Question 3, Article 8, c. 12. John D. Caputo, AE, chapter 8, pp.
A passion for the impossible : John D. Caputo in focus by Caputo, John D.; Caputo, John D.; Dooley, Mark