_After Writing_ provides a significant contribution to the growing genre of works which offers a challenge to modern and postmodern accounts of Christianity. But light- ning may now be said to have struck in the form of Catherine Pickstock’s . After Writing, a bright flash in the sometimes murky world of religion and. After Writing: On the Liturgical Consummation of Philosophy. By. Catherine Pickstock. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, ISBN X. Pp. xv +
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Would you like to change to the site? The book is insightful, provocative, and of consistently high scholarly quality. Gregory Jones, Duke University.
She is extraordinarily gifted, and I suspect that in this book we have merely glimpsed her portent. On the Liturgical Cosummation of Philosophy. Added to Your Shopping Cart. Description After Writing provides a significant contribution to the growing genre of works which offers a challenge to modern and fatherine accounts of Christianity.
Table of contents Reviews Features Part I: The Polity of Death: Socrates Goes Outside the City: The Middle of Modernity.
The Evacuation of Liturgy. The Space of Doxology. The Resurrection of the Sign.
Gregory Jones, Duke University “I applaud the thesis of this impressive work. Placher, Christian Century “Catherine Pickstock, has perhaps written the best riposte yet to the archbishop’s request for a ‘spiritual space’ within the Millennium Dome. Kemp “Pickstock’s discussion of Derrida is sophisticated. Spinks, Yale University “Lightning may now be said to have struck in the form of Catherine Pickstock’s After Writinga bright flash in the sometimes murky world of religion and Postmodernism.
After Writing: On the Liturgical Cosummation of Philosophy
Provides an overview of the debates surrounding postmodernism and its impact on theology. Powerfully critiques the works of central figures in contemporary theology and philosophy including Derrida, Serres, Marion and Lacoste.
Cosolidates Blackwell’s contribution in such cutting edge debates. Series Challenges in Contemporary Theology.