Catholicism and Phenomenology - ACPQ Special Issue, Summer 2021

American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly Special Issue

Summer 2021 (volume 95, number 3)

 Catholicism and Phenomenology

Guest editors

Michael Bowler

Michigan Technological University

mjbowler@mtu.edu

Mirela Oliva

University of St. Thomas, Houston

olivam@stthom.edu

 

This special issue of American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly is intended to examine and promote phenomenological approaches (widely construed) to philosophical issues arising within and emerging from Catholicism and Catholic philosophy.  Papers may, for example, (1) exposit and analyze exemplary figures and movements within the Catholic tradition of phenomenological philosophy; (2) examine how a phenomenological approach would benefit Catholic philosophy; (3) examine tensions between phenomenology and Catholic philosophy and/or Catholicism; or (4) discuss contemporary attempts to reexamine, from a phenomenological perspective, issues of concern to Catholic philosophers.  Each article, including abstract and notes, should be 10,000 words or less.

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SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March 1, 2020

 



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