Preface; 1. Therapy for metaphysics; 2. Concepts, rules, and the spirit of recognition; 3. Meaning and meanings; 4. Reference and presence; 5. Truth and correspondence; 6. Emancipating theology; Index.
Introduces a novel approach to post-metaphysical theology, developing an alternative account of language and its relation to God.
Kevin Hector is Assistant Professor of Theology and of the Philosophy of Religions at the University of Chicago Divinity School. His essays have appeared in Modern Theology, the International Journal of Systematic Theology, the Scottish Journal of Theology, the Journal of Religion and Expository Times.
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"This is an important and rich book, manifesting sophistication and learning in spades." The Expository Times
"... one of the best books of philosophical theology in the last decade." Scottish Journal of Theology