It is Marion’s position that phenomenology can play a significant role in providing an understanding of religious experience.
Though he rejects metaphysics, and states that the “death of God” must be taken seriously as a dismantling of an idolatrous
expression of divinity, his depiction of the notion of a “saturated phenomenon” seeks to reintroduce religious experience
as a viable aspect of philosophy.
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