On the Universality of What Is Not: The Apophatic Turn in Critical Thinking

Living in our current global society, we encounter thinking from a broad range of nations, cultures and religions, making it difficult to find commonality and raising unanswerable questions. In response to some of humanity’s most perplexing philosophical and religious conundrums, Franke presents case studies from philosophy, cultural history and literature and proposes a new approach to seeking answers: Abandon attempts to define our universe positively, but be responsive and have no preconceived limits.