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This work is a critical reflection on Wolfhart Pannenberg's hermeneutics and theology of history from the transversal point of view. Basically giving his consent to the transversal thinking of W. Welsch and C. O. Schrag, the author of the book diagnoses that now it is the post-postmodern age which requires the dialectical unification between modern linear totality and postmodern parallel Separation, in other words, the transversal age, and criticizes not only Pannenberg's understanding of Dilthey, Heidegger, Bultmann, Gadamer and Habermas but also his understanding of history from the transversal point of view. Following these criticisms, the author reinterprets the postmodern thinking of Foucault and Derrida from the postfoundational point of view and introduces the transcendental thinking of Kant and Habermas which frees itselffrom the identitiy-centric thinking into his transversal thinking in order to reinforce the deontological aspect of knowledge. The book tries to seek for possible conditions of global theology through the postfoundational criticism on Pannenberg's theology which still remains modern in spite ofhis transversal intent.
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