Concept, symbole et réalité dans le langage théologique : l'exemple de l'incarnation et de la résurrection : à partir de Drewermann

Abstract : This thesis takes as its starting point the work of the theologian and psychoanalyst Eugen Drewermann who reduces the theological language to a pure symbolic, without reference to a reality that transcends it. It seeks to show, using the example of the Incarnation and Resurrection, (two central affirmations of Christian faith), that Drewermann's approach is not the only one possible. Recent works in the Field of Neurotheology, and their implications for theology are discussed, as an extension of a reflection on Jung. Positions of various contemporary theologians are analyzed, especially those that Wolfhart Pannenberg defend, arguing that theological language refers to a real who transcends it, and that Incarnation cannot be understood unless we consider resurrection, regarded as a historic event. A comparison is then made between theological and scientific a discourse, which shows that the latter himself is not immune to models and metaphors. The goal is to understand how can a realistic theology, on the basis of a critical realism, is possible, which, while rejecting the relativistic perspectives, acknowledges the finitude of any discourse that makes of dogma a step on the path of truth
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Pascal Le Vaou. Concept, symbole et réalité dans le langage théologique : l'exemple de l'incarnation et de la résurrection : à partir de Drewermann. Religions. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0045⟩. ⟨tel-01749179⟩

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