This book is a comprehensive philosophical study and critical assessment of Raimon Panikkar's work. It explores the context, the unique approach and the impact of Panikkar's cosmotheandric vision of reality. A major contribution of this study is its analysis of the secular implications of this well-known philosopher-theologian's vision – as seen, moreover, from an Indian and cross-cultural perspective.
Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt/M., New York, Paris, Wien, 1998. 193 pp.
Contents: The five chapters of this book are organized into three major parts. Part One presents the «context» of Raimon Panikkar's
work, as well as his unique approach. Part Two studies the «text» of Panikkar's cosmotheandric intuition. The theme of Part
Three is «texture» - the implications of Panikkar's vision of reality, followed by an assessment.