Roland Faber: Philosophy of Religion and Theology

Professor of Religion

MA, University of Vienna (Catholics-Theological Faculty)
PhD, University of Vienna (Catholics-Theological Faculty)

Roland Faber is Professor of Process Theology at the Claremont School of Theology and Professor of Religion and Philosophy at the Claremont Graduate University, Co-Director of the Center for Process Studies, and Executive Director of the 2007 newly founded Whitehead Research Project. His fields of research and publication are Poststructuralism (Gilles Deleuze); Process Thought and Process Theology; Comparative Philosophy of Religion; Interreligious Discourse (epistemological conditions, ontology), especially regarding Christianity/Buddhism; Philosophy, Systematic Theology (Doctrine of God and Creation, Christology and Eschatology); Cosmology, Theology and Spirituality of the Renaissance; and Mysticism (Meister Eckhart, Nicolas of Cusa, Giordano Bruno) with an accent on Multiplicity, Infinite Becoming and Theopoetics.


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