Language, Desire and Theology: A Genealogy of the Will to Speak (Routledge Studies in Religion No.4)
By: Noelle Vahanian (author)Hardback
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This interesting and provocative work develops a new theological approach to language in the light of contemporary critical theory.
Noelle Vananian holds the degree of PhD in Religion from Syracues University. She now teaches philosophy and theology at Lebanon Valley College, a small liberal arts institution in central Pennsylvania. Her work is concerned with the construction of a secular, religious space, at the intersection between Philosophy and Theology, determinism and creativity, the absurd and the other.
Contents Introduction 1. All Men by Nature Desire to Know 2. The Condemnation 3. The Subject to Speak 4. The Right to Speak 5. Who Speaks 6. Another Tongue Notes
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