It is a fact that the varied philosophical movement that goes under the name of “phenomenology” has broadly accepted in its own field of inquiry a whole family of issues, all converging on a virtual blaze that can be defined, by first approximation, with the generic and all-encompassing noun “religion”. The paradigmatic example of an “ontological-regional” approach is Max Scheler's phenomenology of religion. According to Scheler it is possible to identify a class of experiences and objects, specifically religious, that define the scope of relevance of a phenomenological-eidetic discipline that is totally autonomous. Jean-Luc Marion’s phenomenology also makes explicit use of a pre-phenomenological ground intended as a reserve of sense, from which it is possible to derive useful tools for a radicalization of the very idea of phenomenology.
Phenomenology and religion / Bancalari, Stefano. - (2020), pp. 731-737.
|Titolo:||Phenomenology and religion|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Citazione:||Phenomenology and religion / Bancalari, Stefano. - (2020), pp. 731-737.|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||02a Capitolo o Articolo|