My review of Kevin Hart’s Poetry and Revelation has now been published in the latest edition of the Los Angeles Review of Books. the exquisite chapter on silence is worth the price of the book by itself.
A piece I prepared for a symposium on Kevin Hart at last year’s Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy has just been published in Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy. The piece is entitled ‘De omni re scibili‘ and deals in part with a distinction between two contrasting paradigms of interdisciplinarity (in this context, between philosophy and theology) that I call the topographical and the aspectual approaches. Kevin was very gracious, both in his interactions at the conference and subsequently, and it was a real pleasure to engage with his work.
I am currently developing further the distinction between the topographical and aspectual approaches in relation to various understandings of the human being in neuroscience (Changeux/Ricoeur and Malabou), the imago dei, and narrative, for the book on humanity I am working on this southern hemisphere summer. The book is provisionally entitled Humanity After God (with all the ambiguity of ‘after’).