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Title: 'Hamlet without the Prince'
Subtitle: Religie zonder geloof in een naturalistisch perspectief
Author(s): VANHEESWIJCK, Guido
Journal: Tijdschrift voor Filosofie
Volume: 74 Issue: 2 Date: 2012
Th is reply to Arnold Burms’ article elaborates two topics. First, it raises the claim that rejecting an epistemologically neutral stance does not necessarily lead to a religion without belief, i.e. it does not of necessity entail repudiating the aspect of belief within the domain of religion. Second, its aim is to answer the question of what exactly must be understood by the term ‘transcendence’ in religious perspective by distinguishing different meanings of transcendence: chaotic transcendence, metaphysical transcendence, poetic transcendence and personal (agapeic) transcendence.