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Roland Faber

Roland Faber is Kilsby Family/John B. Cobb, Jr., Professor of Process Studies at Claremont School of Theology, Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Claremont Graduate University, Co-Director of the Center for Process Studies, and Executive Director of the Whitehead Research Project. His fields of research are in Whitehead’s philosophy, Process Philosophy and Process Theology; (De)Constructive Theology; Poststructuralism (Gilles Deleuze); Transreligious Discourse (epistemology of Religious Relativity and Unity) and interreligious applications (e.g., Christianity, Buddhism, Baha’i Faith); Comparative Philosophy and Mysticism (Meister Eckhart, Nicolas of Cusa, Ibn al-’Arabi) and Theopoetics. Most recently he has published The Divine Manifold (2014) and The Becoming of God (2017) and co-edited Living Traditions and Universal Conviviality: Prospects and Challenges for Peace in Multireligious Communities, with Santiago Slabodsky (2016) and Rethinking Whitehead’s Symbolism: Thought, Language, Culture with Jeffrey Bell and Joseph Petek (2017).

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