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William Desmond

Corcaíoch, agus ollamh le fealsúnacht in Ollscoil Leuven na Beilge, is ea William Desmond. Tá cáil nach beag bainte amach aige as a chuid aistí ar chúrsaí meitifisce, eitice, aeistéite, agus ar fhealsúnacht reiligiúnda.

Ar na leabhair atá foilsithe aige tá Being and the Between (1995), Hegel's God: A Counterfeit Double? (2003), Art, Origins, Otherness: Between Philosophy and Art (2003),  Is There a Sabbath for Thought: Between Religion and Philosophy (2005) agus God and the Between (2008).



Being Between: Conditions of Irish Thought, Leabhar Breac, 2008

God and the Between, Blackwell, 2008

Is There a Sabbath for Thought: Between Religion and Philosophy, Fordham University, 2005

Hegel's God: A Counterfeit Double?, Ashgate Publishing company, 2003

Art, Origins, Otherness: Between Philosophy and Art (2003)

Ethics and the Between, State University of New York, 2001

Being and the Between, State University of New York, 1995

William Desmond's essay in intellectual autobiography is the fourth in a series of research papers commissioned by the Centre for Irish Studies at the NUI Galway. "This idea of being in the middle or 'being between', of moving between different sets of extremities — between countries (Ireland and America), between religion and science, between philosophy and poetry, between knowledge and perplexity, between the particulars of reality and the universals of thought, between receding youth and approaching age — is a constant motif throughout his work." — Thomas Duddy, NUIG.