Philosophy and Theology 4 (4):351-363 (1990)

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This paper highlights Max Scheler’s contribution to developing a ‘phenomenological’ account of religious transcendence in a way which remains unique among other proponents of that tradition of continental thought. It is argued that even in formulating his own concept of ‘world-openness’ Scheler continues to foster a vision of the human person’s eternality and kinship with the Divine.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Philosophy and Religion
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DOI philtheol1990448
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