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Constructing the self : thinking with paul and michel foucault.

Author: Valerie Nicolet-Anderson
Publisher: Tuebingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2012.
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& B & Hauptbeschreibung & /b & & br/ & Using some of the works of Michel Foucault (1926-1984) as a conversation partner, Valérie Nicolet-Anderson focuses on the manner in which Paul constructs the identity of his audience in his letter to the Romans. In particular, she analyzes how the notions of autonomy and self-agency function for both authors. In this dialogue, Valérie Nicolet-Anderson examines whether Paul  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Named Person: Michel Foucault; Paul, the Apostle Saint; Michel Foucault; Paul, the Apostle Saint.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Valerie Nicolet-Anderson
ISBN: 3161521072 9783161521072
OCLC Number: 810317868
Description: 1 online resource (pages)
Contents: Cover; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter 1: Constructing the Self; A. Philosophical Engagement of the Question of the Subject; B. Engaging the Self in Paul's Letters; 1. The Individual in Antiquity and Paul; 2. Burnett's Correction to the Collectivistic Approach; Excursus: A Way Not Taken: Rudolf Bultmann; C. Paul and Michel Foucault in Conversation; 1. Setting up the Conversation; 2. Situating the Conversation in New Testament Studies; Hans-Dieter Betz; Abraham J. Malherbe; Walter T. Wilson; Troels Engberg-Pedersen; John L. Meech; Paul W. Gooch; Alain Badiou; Giorgio Agamben. Richard B. HaysN. T. Wright; A. Katherine Grieb; Luke T. Johnson; Chapter 2: A Narrative Reading of Romans; A. The Narrative Dimension of Romans; 1. Methodology for a Narrative Reading of Paul; 2. Hints for the Presence of a Story in Romans; B. Fleshing out the Outline; 1. The Roman Church: A Self Given (1:1-17); 2. The Beginning of the Story: Humanity in Sin (1:18-3:20); 3. The Middle of the Story: God Saves the World (3:21-5:21); The Manner in which God Saves (3:21-31); The Benefit of Abraham (4:1-25); Manner and Meaning of God's Saving Action (5:1-21). 4. The End of the Story: New Self-Understanding (6:1-23 8:1-39); Slaves of God (6); Children of God: The Power of the Spirit (8); 5. Logical Difficulties Born from the Plot; What Norm? The Role of the Law (7:1-8:4); The Problem of the Particular: The People of God and God's Faithfulness (9-11); Second Defense of God's Ēthos: The Problem of Israel (9:30-10:21); Third Defense of God's Ēthos: Israel's Future Salvation (11:1-36); 6. The Roman Church: A Self Constructed (12:1-16:27); Chapter 3: A Self Constructed; A. Constructing the Ēthos of the Community (12:1-15:13).

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& B & Hauptbeschreibung & /b & & br/ & Using some of the works of Michel Foucault (1926-1984) as a conversation partner, Valérie Nicolet-Anderson focuses on the manner in which Paul constructs the identity of his audience in his letter to the Romans. In particular, she analyzes how the notions of autonomy and self-agency function for both authors. In this dialogue, Valérie Nicolet-Anderson examines whether Paul can still play a relevant part in contemporary discussions around the notion of identity. The approach to Paul presents a narrative reading of Romans and displays an interdisciplinary hermeneutic.

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