Paul Tillich (1886-1965) was a thinker of international charisma and worldwide repute. His works provide important impulses for debates on theology, philosophy of religion and cultural theory. The series Tillich Research reflects on international research on this notable theologian and philosopher, the academic exploitation of his works with its range of different approaches to its reception and interpretation, as well as a diverse selection of themes and emphasis on them.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the death of Paul Tillich, the French-speaking Association held a symposium on the ambiguities of life. Of the ambiguity that runs throughout the Tillichian corpus, three main areas were analyzed: politics, morality and religion. We regularly denounce political power, moral legalism and religious fanaticism. These ambiguities are subject to criticism and spiritual overcoming by the "spiritual presence".
M. Dumas, Universität Sherbrooke, J. Richard, Universität Laval, Québec, Kanada und B. Wagoner, Davis & Elkins College, Elkins, USA.
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Les ambiguïtés de la vie selon Paul Tillich
Travaux issus du XXIe Colloque international de l'Association Paul Tillich d'expression française