The Logic of Dialogue and Dialogical Theology

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Abstract

In this article, I introduce and develop a logic of dialogue and reciprocity as distinguished from a logic of reflection. I argue that interreligious dialogue is not only desirable, but logically necessary for two reasons: one, the logic of dialogue precedes the logic of reflection and, two, the intersubjective dialogue is a precondition for the dialogue with the Ultimate Reality. I proceed in three stages. First, I problematize the terms identity and belonging and expound on the challenge of dialogue. Second, I reflect upon the nature of interreligious dialogue and present my dialogical theology together with its crucial notion of “trans-difference”. Third, I refer to the dialogical philosophies of Buber, Fischer and Gandhi, whose thoughts contribute to a dialogical theology.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1221
JournalReligions
Volume13
Issue number12
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2022

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Keywords

  • Buber
  • Fischer
  • Gandhi
  • dialogical theology
  • dialogue
  • logic

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