Mystery and Hermeneutics. Part 2: Faith, Hermeneutics, and Word (Opera Omnia IX.2)
By: Raimon Panikkar
The second part of Mystery and Hermeneutics explores the intersections of faith, hermeneutics, and word, building on Panikkar's analyses of myth, symbol, and ritual in the previous volume.
Raimon Panikkar, a pioneer in comparative religion, interreligious dialogue, and intercultural thought, is author of more than 40 books and 600 articles, including The Rhythm of Being, his Gifford Lectures of 1989 published in English by Orbis Books the year before he died.