Vol. 47: Testimony Beyond History (Spring 2022)

Editorial Foreword

Levinas, Derrida and Blanchot: Testimony, in the Depth of the Silence of History, or Beyond History

WANG Hai, pp. 1-29


I. Dao Wu Chang Ming: Study of Theories and Classics

Augustine's Divine Love

WANG Min'an, pp. 2-28


The Hermeneutics of Testimony

Paul RICOEUR, pp. 29-61


Memory, Representation and Action: The Camera as A Witness of Cultural Traumas

CHEN Tao, pp. 62-84


II. Hun Yuan Zhi Xing: Study of Christian Thinkers

Prelude to "Poetics of the Event": John D. Caputo’s Reflection on “Overcoming Onto-theology”

CHEN Long, pp. 86-111


From Religion to Christianity: Religion and Christianity in in Karl Barth’s Early Theology (1910-1920)

ZHENG Jialu, pp. 112-132


The Land Survey that Ends the “Trial”: Agamben’s Interpretation of Kafka​

ZHOU Dan, pp. 133-156


III. Jing Guan Wu Se: Study of Christian Culture and Literature

Memory and Identity: The Promises to Patriarchs in Genesis 17

CHEN Guangchun, pp. 158-179


Northrop Frye on Literature and Ultimate Concern

TANG Dongmei, pp. 180-201


St. Bernard and Christian Art

YANG Daosheng, pp. 202-224


The Pagan World in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra

PENG Lei, pp. 225-246


IV. Fa Yu Shui Feng: Dialogue between Chinese culture and Christianity

Sanctification of the World:On Josemaría Escrivá's View of Sanctification Practice

PENG Huanhuan, pp. 248-266


V. Qing Ji Ming Gong: Academic Debate and Responses

Ultimate Concern in Literature: A Review of the "Comparative Literature and Religious Studies" Roundtable of the XIII Triennial Congress of CCLA

CUI Zipeng, pp. 268-278