Theology After Deleuze (Deleuze Encounters)

Theology After Deleuze (Deleuze Encounters)

Kristien Justaert


Deleuze's
relationship with theology is a fancy one. certainly, there appear to be many
possible objections to such an 'assemblage' happening. within the first booklet of
its sort to have interaction with this probably problematical discussion, Kristien Justaert
shows the ways that Deleuze's notion can in truth improve concerns in
political and liberation theology particularly, whereas additionally exploring the
important theological and non secular aspirations contained in Deleuze's
philosophy itself, as a part of his lifelong quest for the 'Absolute'.

Justaert examines the theological elements in Deleuze's writings, investigating
the theological capability of 4 notions that circle round the central
Deleuzian notion of ‘Life': immanence, spirituality, creativity and politics. The
book is going directly to attach Deleuze with either proven theologies and possible
theologies for the longer term, selecting components within which Deleuze can give a contribution to
the dynamics of up to date theology, and argues that points of Deleuze's
philosophy can allow theology to turn into extra significant in a globalised world.
This is the appropriate advent to Deleuzian theologies, and Deleuze's own
theology, for complicated undergraduate and postgraduate students.

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