Knowing Other-Wise: Philosophy at the Threshold of Spirituality

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
JEFFREY DUDIAK is a Ph. D. candidate in Philosophical Theology in the co-joint doctoral program of the Vrije Universiteit (Free University) in Amsterdam and the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto.He is writing a dissertation on the idea of discourse in the thought of Emmanuel Levinas.He is a Quaker, and lives with his wife, Julie Robinson, in Toronto.
CARROLL GUEN HART is Director of Worldview Studies at the Institute for Christian Studies.She is the author of Grounding Without Foundations, a Conversation Between Richard Rorty and John Dewey (Patmos Press, 1993). She is currently developing programs, in a partnership with other community organizations, which focus on faith and science, calling and professionalism, and cultural studies.Other interests include reading novels, designing clothing, and involvement in the Homes First Society, which houses street people.
HENDRIK HART is Professor of Philosophy at the Institute for Christian Studies, where he has taught since 1966. He has published Communal Certainty and Authorized Truth; Understanding Our World; Setting Our Sights by the Morning Star; and (with Kai Nelson) Search for Community in a Withering Tradition.
RONALD A. KUIPERS is a Ph. D. candidate in Philosophy at the Institute for Christian Studies.His concentrations are Richard Rorty, Pragmatism, Feminism, and Continental Philosophy.He is an active advocate for the bicycle lobby in Toronto, and is a member of a non-profit housing cooperative.He has authored a forthcoming book on the philosophy of Richard Rorty.
JAMES H. OLTHUIS is a Professor of Philosophical Theology at the Institute for Christian Studies, where he has taught since 1968. He is the author of Facts, Values, and Ethics; I Pledge You My Troth; Keeping our Troth: Staying in Love During the Five Stages of Marriage; and A Hermeneutics of Ultimacy: Peril or Promise

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  • Knowing Other-Wise - Philosophy at the Threshold of Spirituality *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction: Love/Knowledge *
  • Philosophy and Its Other *
  • 1: Conceptual Understanding and Knowing Other-Wise *
  • 2: Points of Convergence Between Dooyeweerdian and Feminist Views of the Philosophic Self *
  • 3: Taking the Risk of Essence *
  • Ethics And/Of the Other *
  • 4: Singular Interruptions *
  • 5: Face-To-Face *
  • 6: Structures of Violence, Structures of Peace *
  • 7: Again Ethics *
  • A God With/For the Other *
  • 8: How to Avoid Not Speaking *
  • 9: Crossing the Threshold *
  • Index of Names *
  • Index of Subjects *
  • Notes on Contributors *
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