L'expérience comme promesse et comme détresse chez Karl Barth

Abstract : This article aims to describe the conceptual operation by which Karl Barth assumes an ambiguity in the philosophical history of the concept of experience and makes it the centre of his conception of faith. This implies identifying the role of the concept of experience in his thinking, but also understanding its philosophical sources. This work leads to a re-evaluation of some too unilateral assessments of Barth's theology, which is not only critical of religious experience. In this way, the profound originality and freedom of Barth’s thought of experience reveals, but also its deep and constant dialogue with the philosophical tradition. To which Barth has a lot to teach.
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Anthony Feneuil. L'expérience comme promesse et comme détresse chez Karl Barth. Transversalités, Institut Catholique de Paris, 2019, n°149 (2), pp.87-102. ⟨10.3917/trans.149.0085⟩. ⟨hal-02110679⟩

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