Jean-Yves Lacoste:The Experience of Transcendence
Wardley, Kenneth Jason
This paper will examine Lacoste’s treatment of ethics, transcendence and theology, beginning first of all with the rela¬tionship between phenomenology and transcendence in La¬coste’s work, specifically the issue of perception. As we shall see, for Lacoste, every phenomenon has the same right to be wel¬comed and described as any other: God does not differ from things in the world—both Deus and res can be semper maior. It will then discuss how, with reference to liturgy, the phenom¬enology of silence could relate to divine transcendence, ethics, and intersubjectivity.
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