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Agamben and Theology (Philosophy And Theology Series)

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Though the work of Italian theorist Giorgio Agamben has been increasing in popularity over the last several years in the English-speaking world, little work has been done directly on the theological legacy which actually dominates the overall force of his...


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Though the work of Italian theorist Giorgio Agamben has been increasing in popularity over the last several years in the English-speaking world, little work has been done directly on the theological legacy which actually dominates the overall force of his critical analyses, a topic which has intrigued his readers since the publication of his short book on Saint Paul's 'Letter to the Romans'. Agamben and Theology intends to illuminate such a connection by examining the theologically inflected terms that have come to dominate his work over time, including the messianic, the sacred, sovereignty, glory, creation, original sin, redemption and revelation.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 314740
  • Product Code 9780567622242
  • ISBN 056762224X
  • EAN 9780567622242
  • Pages 176
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bloomsbury T&t Clark
  • Publication Date Apr 2011
  • Dimensions 216 x 139 x 17mm
  • Weight 0.380kg

Colby Dickinson

Colby Dickinson is a post-doctoral researcher in the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies (KULeuven, Belgium).

  • 1) Toward A Poetic Atheology: Defining The Scission Between Poetry And Philosophy; 2) The 'original Sin' Of Classification: The 'society Of The Spectacle' And The State Of Signification; 3) Biopolitics And The Theological Body: The Figure Of 'bare Life', Or The Homo Sacer; 4) The Profanation Of Revelation: On Language As The Name Of God; 5) The Weak Force Of The Messianic: From Benjamin To Saint Paul And Back Again. 6) Citing Authority: The Role Of Canonical Representations; 7) Potentiality As A Force Of Creation And De-creation; 8) On Tragedy And Hope: The 'return' Of The Divine Comedy.

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