Kierkegaardian Reflections on the Problem of Pluralism
Kierkegaardian Reflections of the Problem of Pluralism draws on Kierkegaard's existentialist understanding of faith in order to defend religious pluralism, which says that different religions provide different paths to the same truth. In addition to addressing several specific objections to this position, Fehir also engages in interreligious dialogue by comparing and contrasting Kierkegaard's Christian perspective with the religious views of Buddhists, Jews, and Taoists.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 161 x 234 x 15mm | 336g
- 17 Sep 2015
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States
- 1 Tables, unspecified
Table of contents
Part I. Objections to Pluralism Chapter 1. The Problem of Conflicting-Truth Claims Chapter 2. The Problem of the Criterion Chapter 3. The Problem of the Incarnation Part II. Interreligious Dialogues Chapter 4. The Problem of Sin Chapter 5. The Jewish Problem Chapter 6. The Problem of Pantheism
About Aaron Fehir
Aaron Fehir is assistant professor of philosophy at Saint Leo University.