A Theology of the Sublime

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Philosophy - 142 pages
A Theology of the Sublime is the first major response to the influential and controversial Radical Orthodoxy movement.
Clayton Crockett develops a constructive radical theology from the philosophy of Immanuel Kant - a philosophy attacked by Radical Orthodoxy - to show Kant's relevance to postmodern philosophy and contemporary theology.
 

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Contents

1 Kantian critical philosophy as theology
9
The challenge of Radical Orthodoxy
23
Heidegger and Lyotard
37
and imagination Kant avec Deleuze
51
5 The Analytic of the Sublime
67
6 The transcendental imagination
85
7 Towards a theology of the sublime
99
Notes
113
Bibliography
129
Index
137
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Clayton Crockett is Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern Religious Thought at the College of William and Mary, USA. He is the editor of Secular Theology: American Radical Theological Thought, also published by Routledge, and is managing editor of the online Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory.

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