Alteridad, indigencia y esperanza. Una lectura de la fenomenología de la plegaria según Jean-Louis Chrétien

Mario Di Giacomo
2020 Studia Gilsoniana  
"Alterity, Indigence and Hope. A Reading of the Phenomenology of Prayer According to Jean-Louis Chrétien": This article examines Jean-Louis Chrétien's conception of prayer within the framework of what has been called "the theological turn of French phenomenology"—Dominique Janicaud's critical expression against phenomenologies that explicitly or implicitly question what is the foundation of phenomenology: the present. While Chrétien seeks to carry out a phenomenology of prayer, of the religious
more » ... man, without entering beliefs of a positive religion, Janicaud claims that it is not possible, because behind such an intention there is always God who merely does not want to be called by His name.
doi:10.26385/sg.090316 doaj:728a827ff45040a4b6b50ef44656dbc0 fatcat:7yf62jlni5ao7jko44dsfkddby