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University of Stellenbosch
  1. Metaphorical Truth, Conflict, and Truth-Experience: A Critique of Vincent Brümmer.Dirk J. Louw - 1994 - South African Journal of Philosophy 13 (2):58-65.
     
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    Die Neo-Inklusivistiese Benadering Tot Religieuse Pluraliteit (The Neo-Inclusivistic Approach to Religious Plurality).Dirk J. Louw - 2004 - South African Journal of Philosophy 23 (1):82-107.
    “Neo-inclusivism” is explained and assessed as an approach to the problem of the conflicting claims to truth of different religions, with reference to inter alia John B. Cobb (Jr.), Gavin D'Costa and Paul Ingram. For the neo-inclusivist the truth of a religious tradition depends on its inclusivistic capacity, i.e. its capacity to assimilate other traditions. For ex ample, by being enriched and transformed through “radical openness” to other traditions, while remaining “committed” to her own tradition – so the neo-inclusivist claims (...)
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    Hans Küng En Religieuse Pluraliteit.Dirk J. Louw - 2006 - Hts Theological Studies 62 (1).
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    Oor die moontlikheid van interreligieuse kommunikasie. (On the possibility of interreligious communication).Dirk J. Louw - 2000 - South African Journal of Philosophy 19 (3):255-278.
    Do adherents of different religious traditions communicate and, if so, how? What enables them to do so? What is interreligious “communication”? These issues are ad dressed with reference to Wilfred Cantwell Smith's hermeneutical rule, and to inter alia Paul Knitter, Martin Heidegger, Hans-Georg Gadamer, David Tracy, and John Dunne. Four responses to the question as to what permits interreligious communication are criticised. According to a fifth response, on which the author elaborates, interreligious communication is not – as the objectivist claims (...)
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    Op Soek Na Ekumeniese Kriteria: Meta-Religieuse Criteria. (Looking for Ecumenical Criteria: Meta-Religious Criteria).Dirk J. Louw - 2004 - South African Journal of Philosophy 23 (3):302-326.
    How may or should adherents of a particular religion assess other religious traditions? Whether they can avoid both absolutism and relativism depends on the availability of “ecumenical criteria”, i.e. a common scale in view of which the adherents of different religious traditions may jointly judge these traditions. It is argued that such a scale may exist even if we assume that the adherents of the different religions do not have any religious beliefs or criteria in common. This scale may exist (...)
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    Towards a Decolonized Assessment of the Religious Other.Dirk J. Louw - 1999 - South African Journal of Philosophy 18 (4):390-407.
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  7. The Soteriocentrism of John Hick.Dirk J. Louw - 1995 - South African Journal of Philosophy 14 (1):19-23.
     
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