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Desiring Theology Religion and Postmodernism Series review Ø 103 Eology is closely akin to what Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari refer to as a minor intensive use of a major language The minor intensive theological use of language Winuist argues pressures the ordinary weave of discourse and opens it to desire Thus theology becomes a work against the disappointment of thinking Deeply engaged with the work of Nietzsche Derrida Tillich Robert P Scharlemann and Mark C Taylor among others this book is a significant addition to contemporary theology.review Ú eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö Charles E. Winquist
Desiring Theology Religion and Postmodernism Series review Ø 103 One of the foremost scholars exploring the intersection of theology and continental philosophy Charles E Winuist argues for the possibility of theological thinking in a postmodern secular milieu Moving beyond the now familiar reiteration of postmodernity's losses the death of God the displacement of the self the end of history the closure of the Book Winuist euates a desire to think theologically with a desire amidst postmodernity's disappointments for a thinking that does not dis.
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Desiring Theology Religion and Postmodernism Series review Ø 103 Appoint To desire theology in this sense is to desire to know an other in and of language that can be valued in the forming of personal and communal identity In this book desiring theology carries another sense as well for Winuist argues that in the wake of psychoanalysis theology must elaborate the meaning and importance of desire in its own discourseWinuist's work is tactical as well as theoretical showing what kind of work theology can do in a postmodern age He suggests that th.
- Desiring Theology Religion and Postmodernism Series
- Charles E. Winquist
- 17 July 2018