Thinking Sacramental Presence in a Postmodern Context


This study sheet accompanies the review Thinking Sacramental Presence in a Postmodern Context: Leuven Encounters in Systematic Theology II

KIC II/12n


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  1. Opening Address
  2. Thinking Sacramental Presence in a Postmodern Context: a Playground for Theological Renewal
  3. 1. Postmodernity and the Withdrawal of the Divine: a Challenge for Theology
  4. 2. Postmodernity and Sacramentality: Two Challenges to Speaking about God
  5. 3. Incarnation of Meaning and the Sense for Symbols: Phenomenological Remarks on a Theological Debate
  6. 4. The Language of Sacramental Memorial: Rupture, Excess and Abundance
  7. 5. The Church as the Erotic Community
  8. 6. Presence et Affection
  9. 7. The Broken Bread as Theological Figure of Eucharistic Presence
  10. 8. Thomas Aquinas: Postmodern
  11. 9. Incarnation and Imagination: Catholic Theology of God between Heidegger and Postmodernity
  12. 10. After Heidegger Transubstantiation
  13. 11. The Concept of "Sacramental Anxiety": a Kierkegaardian Locus of Transcendence
  14. 12. God Does Appear in Immanence after all: Jean-Luc Marion's Phenomenology as a new First Philosophy of Theology
  15. 13. A Genealogy of Presence: Elite Anxiety and the Excesses of the Popular Sacramental Imagination
  16. 14. ("untitled":) On Denoting Sacramental Presence