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Philosophy of Transcendence: Selected Problems


Jana Trajtelová

Does God exist? Is it meaningful to speak of the Infinite or the Absolute? What is to be understood by concepts such as soul, spirit, or love? Are religious truths philosophically relevant and philosophically tenable? The reflective critical thinking of philosophy tries to embrace each side of human reality, even the matters and themes which arise out of the religious experience. This auxiliary textbook intends to present several selected topics of the philosophy of religion and it is primarily intended for bachelor students of philosophy.
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Jana Trajtelová, PhD. works as a Scholarly Assistant at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at Trnava University in Trnava, Slovakia. Her main areas of specialization are the Philosophy of Religion, and Phenomenology and Philosophical Anthropology. In 2011 she published a book on the phenomenology of mysticism, Distance and Proximity of Mysticism: Phenomenological Study of Fundamental Movements in Traditional Western Mysticism (2011), and is a co-author of the book Person as Phenomenon: From Intersubjectivity to Interpersonality (2015).

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