The Philosophy of Being in the Analytic, Continental, and Thomistic Traditions
Divergence and Dialogue
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On the one hand, the book honors diversity and pluralism, as it highlights how the three traditions may be clearly and distinctly differentiated regarding the philosophy of being. On the other hand, it honors a sense of solidarity and ecumenism, as it demonstrates how the methods and focal points of these traditions constitute, and continue to shape, the development of Western philosophy. This book contributes toward an essential overview of Western metaphysics and will be of particular interest to those working in the history of philosophy and in the philosophy of being.
1. Introduction to Three Traditions Regarding the Philosophy of Being, Joseph P. Li Vecchi, Frank Scalambrino, and David
2. Being in the Thomistic Tradition: Objective Knowledge of Reality and Logical Coherence, Joseph P. Li Vecchi
3. Being in the Continental Tradition: Phenomenological Hermeneutics as Fundamental Ontology, Frank Scalambrino
4. Being in the Analytic Tradition: The Logic of Existence, David K. Kovacs
5. Conclusion: Being in Three Traditions
Explores the topic of being from three traditions.