Philosophical Theology

Speaking Of God’s Presence As Non-Contrastive Transcendent Distinction (Joyce Konigsburg)

To speak or not to speak of God is an important yet rather uncomfortable question that participants encounter during interreligious and interdisciplinary dialogue. Several Eastern religions, philosophers, and scientists claim God is either non–existent, absent, or “dead” in relation to the cosmos. Conversely, other faiths believe God’s absolute presence embraces everything. For Abrahamic traditions, God […]


Review – The Intimate Universal (Stephen Bujno)

William Desmond, The Intimate Universal: The Hidden Porosity Among Religion, Art, Philosophy, and Politics. Columbia University Press, 2016. 520 pages. ISBN 9780231178761 Illustrating the constrictions of the received metaphysical legacy, the intimate as a universal seeks a space between the typical contrasts of the notion of particulars and universals, or the immanent and transcendent. Desmond […]


Review – The Search For Transcendence In The “Material Phenomenology” of David Foster Wallace (Jeff Appel)

Miller, Adam S.  The Gospel According to David Foster Wallace: Boredom and Addiction in an Age of Distraction.   New York:  Bloomsburg Academic, 2016.  ISBN-10: 1474236979.  Hardcover, paperback, e-book.  136 pages. In this age of increasing literary interdisciplinarity, books such as Adam S. Miller’s latest project, The Gospel According to David Foster Wallace: Boredom and Addiction […]