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Marion calls the formulation the last principle, equal to the first, that of the appearing itself.
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By describing the structures of phenomena from the basis of givenness, Marion claims to have succeeded in describing certain phenomena that previous metaphysical and phenomenological approaches either ignore or exclude—givens that show themselves but which a thinking that does not go back to the given is powerless to receive. According to John D. Caputo , Marion "is famous for the idea of what he calls the "saturated phenomenon," which is inspired by his study of Christian Neoplatonic mystical theologians The fourth section of Marion's work Prolegomena to Charity is entitled "The Intentionality of Love" and primarily concerns intentionality and phenomenology.
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Influenced by and dedicated to the French philosopher Emmanuel Levinas , Marion explores the human idea of love and its lack of definition: "We live with love as if we knew what it was about. But as soon as we try to define it, or at least approach it with concepts, it draws away from us. Thus the problem with love is that to love another is to love one's own idea of another, or the "lived experiences" that arise in the consciousness from the "chance cause" of another: "I must, then, name this love my love, since it would not fascinate me as my idol if, first, it did not render to me, like an unseen mirror, the image of myself.
Love, loved for itself, inevitably ends as self-love, in the phenomenological figure of self-idolatry. Marion defines another by its invisibility; one can see objects through intentionality, but in the invisibility of the other, one is seen.
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Marion explains this invisibility using the pupil : "Even for a gaze aiming objectively, the pupil remains a living refutation of objectivity, an irremediable denial of the object; here for the first time, in the very midst of the visible, there is nothing to see, except an invisible and untargetable void Love is to "render oneself there in an unconditional surrender From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jean-Luc Marion. Meudon , Hauts-de-Seine. This section may be too technical for most readers to understand. Please help improve it to make it understandable to non-experts , without removing the technical details.
July Learn how and when to remove this template message. Burlington: Ashgate, In God Without Being , Marion challenges a fundamental premise of traditional philosophy, theology, and metaphysics: that God, before all else, must be. If God is love, Marion contends, then God loves before he actually is. First translated into English in , God Without Being continues to be a key book for discussions of the nature of God.
This second edition contains a new preface by Marion as well as his essay on Thomas Aquinas. Offering a controversial, contemporary perspective, God Without Being will remain essential reading for scholars and students of philosophy and religion. Thomas A. Reviews Review Policy. Published on. Flowing text, Original pages. Best For.
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