It was a modern axiom that philosophy and religion should be strangers, the one relying on reason the other on revelation. But, as the limits of both reason and revelation have become clearer, a new conversation has begun, and Irish philosopher Richard Kearney
has been one of its leaders. In a three-part conversation with David Cayley
, he talks about his philosophy of the imagination and his book, The God Who May Be.
Read more about Part 1
| Part 2
| Part 3
Listen to Part Three