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Brendan Sweetman


 

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Interview: The Uniqueness and Continuing Relevance of Gabriel Marcel

Issue: 18 (The eighteenth issue)
The interview of Tudor Petcu with Brendan Sweetman. Brendan Sweetman is a teacher, philosopher, and writer. From Dublin,
Ireland, he is Professor of Philosophy and holds the Sullivan Chair in
Philosophy at Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. He is
the author or editor of twelve books, including Religion and Science:
An Introduction (Continuum, 2010), The Vision of Gabriel Marcel
(Rodopi, 2008), Religion: Key Concepts in Philosophy (Continuum,
2007), Why Politics Needs Religion: The Place of Religious Arguments
in the Public Square (InterVarsity, 2006), Contemporary Perspectives
on Religious Epistemology (Oxford U.P., 1992), A Gabriel Marcel
Reader (St. Augustine’s Press, 2011), and, most recently, Evolution,
Chance, and God (Bloomsbury, 2015). He has published more than one
hundred articles and critical reviews in a variety of journals, collections,
and reference works, including International Philosophical Quarterly,
American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, Faith and Philosophy,
Philosophia Christi, Philosophical Quarterly, Review of Metaphysics,
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, The Polish Encyclopedia of
Philosophy, and New Catholic Encyclopedia (for which he was a
Consulting Editor). He has been a Visiting Scholar and Keynote
Speaker at several universities and colleges in the U.S., and,
internationally, has given lectures in many countries. Dr Sweetman is
the current President of the Gabriel Marcel Society, Vice-President for
North America of World Conference of Catholic University Institutions
of Philosophy (COMIUCAP), and the editor of Marcel Studies. His
books and articles have been translated into several languages,
including Portuguese and Italian.


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