The Rhetoric of Icons: From Image to Voice

Youzhuang Geng


Does Jean–Luc Marion mark a transition in his thought from image to voice, from the visual to the spoken? Through a careful analysis of his texts, assisted by the insightful interpretation of David Tracey, this article traces the way such a transition takes place. Here theology and philosophy mingle in the French phenomenological and Roman Catholic tradition in a way that assumes the two are intimate partners.


image; voice; Jean-Luc Marion; Graham Ward

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Bible and Critical Theory: ISSN 1832-3391