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The art of anatheism

Author: Richard Kearney; Matthew Clemente
Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
Series: Reframing Continental philosophy of religion
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book proposes a way to think and speak about God in and through our contemporary, secular society, bridging the theist/atheist divide by considering the divine through the lens of aesthetics. It represents a timely contribution to Continental philosophy of religion that includes some of the most respected and important voices in the field.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Art of anatheism.
London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2018]
(DLC) 2017034772
(OCoLC)995330671
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kearney; Matthew Clemente
ISBN: 9781786605221 1786605228
OCLC Number: 1003193358
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: The Art of Anatheism; Contents; Introduction: Who Do You Speak From?; Part I: Anatheism and Theopoetics; 1 God Making: Theopoetics and Anatheism; 2 Theopoetics: A Becoming History; 3 Theology, Poetry, and Theopoetics; 4 Cracked: The Black Theology of Anatheism; Part II: Painting Anatheism; 5 Anatheism and Judeo-Christian Art; 6 Paradise Gardens and the Anatheism of Art; 7 The Everyday Art of Theopoiesis: Good-for-Nothing Slaves; 8 One-Hand Clapping: Anatheism and Contemporary Buddhist Art; 9 The Annunciate and the Self-Deconstruction of Mon-a-theism; Part III: Performing Anatheism 10 Sacred Songsters: Anatheist Themes in Dylan, The Beatles, Cohen, and U211 More Fully to the Risk: Hip-Hop as Anatheistic Resistance; 12 Performing Anatheism: Dialogic Hospitality in Syriac Liturgical Poetry; 13 American Anatheism: The Art of Narrative Healing; 14 Materiality and the Sacred in Anatheism; Part IV: Screening Anatheism; 15 The God of the Lost Ones: Anatheism in Three Contemporary Films; 16 After God: Screening The Passion as Ana-Liturgy; 17 The Still Born God, Again: Overcoming the Aporia of Anatheopoetics; Part V: Writing Anatheism; 18 Marilynne Robinson and Anatheism 19 Anatheism and a New Apocalyptic Poetics20 Anatheism for One; List of Contributors; Bibliography; Index
Series Title: Reframing Continental philosophy of religion
Responsibility: edited by Richard Kearney and Matthew Clemente.

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We have known anatheism as a concept; now comes anatheism as the site of a debate. We measure the genius of an author or an idea, said Kant, by its capacity to "found a school." The Art of Anatheism, Read more...

 
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