Theology and Difference: The Wound of Reason

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Indiana University Press, 1993 - Philosophy - 181 pages

"... provocative and rewarding... " —Religious Studies Review

"... a tour de force."┬ —Theological Studies

┬Theology and Difference reconceives the options confronting modern theology and investigates the disputed questions that underlie it. Pressing beyond the ready-made enlightenment offered by the subject-object framework, Walter Lowe uncovers a number of remarkable convergences between the contemporary philosopher Jacques Derrida and the early twentieth-century theologian Karl Barth.

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Violence and Reason
Barths Epistle to the Romans
Freud Husserl Derrida

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WALTER LOWE is Professor of Systematic Theology at Emory University and author of Mystery and the Unconscious and Evil and the Unconscious.

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