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Some approaches take Wittgenstein as a major or even the principal guide in this endeavour, whereas others borrow from Wittgenstein a few selected remarks which are meant to do only a limited interpretive job. The project identified and examined four recognisable ways in which Wittgenstein's work has been interpreted to elucidate interfaith disagreement in Christian theology, with four authors as representatives.
George Lindbeck represents the post-liberal interpretation, David Tracy the "liberal non-Wittgensteinian" engagement with Wittgenstein, David Burrell the Grammatical Thomist approach, and Klaus von Stosch the liberal Wittgensteinian one. At the end, a constructive approach is proposed which builds on the strengths and repairs the weaknesses of the four examined approaches. Would you like to be regularly informed by e-mail about our new publications in your fields of interest?
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Nietzsche and Theology Craig R. Sartre and Theology Kate Kirkpatrick. Ricoeur and Theology Dan R. Adorno and Theology Christopher Craig Brittain. Wittgenstein and Theology Tim Labron.
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Vattimo and Theology Thomas G. Foucault and Theology Jonathan Tran. Descartes; 2. Locke and Realism; 3. Berkeley and Idealism; Wittgenstein's Later Philosophy; 1. Philosophical Investigations; 2.
Nestorius Locke and Realism ; 2. Eutyches Berkeley and Idealism ; 3. The Theologian Philosopher of Glory; 2.
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The Theologian Philosopher of the Cross; 3. Contemporary Theologians; Wittgenstein in Theological Practice; 1.
Clarification - not explanation, justification, or refutation; 2. Scripture, Liturgy and Practice.
Wittgenstein, Religion and Ethics
Review quote Review in Theological Book Review Vol 21, Labron's perspicuity and judgement produce a very workable introduction to a complex thinker, one which would benefit many graduate students in theology. Wittgenstein and Theology is a courageous statement in an age when few theologians are able or willing to undertake such original and broad examinations of traditional and contemporary questions.
Labron has produced a work which will be of interest to both Wittgenstein specialists and to those who are more generally interested in the relationship between modern philosophy and theology in the Christian tradition.