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In the Vale of Tears: On Marxism and Theology, V : Historical Materialism, Volume 52 [Paperback]

Roland Boer

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Table of Contents

Preface Introduction Of Old Timber and Lovers On Theology Relativising Theology Theological Suspicion Synopsis 1. Atheism Banishing the Gods? Marxism and Theology Conclusion 2. Myth Prolegomenon Political Myth Anticipation, or Utopia For Example Conclusion 3. Ambivalence Scandal and Folly Folly to the Rich Towards a Marxist Theory of Political Ambivalence The Unwitting The Witting By Way of Conclusion 4. History Method: Search for an Anti-Fulcrum Paul's Shaky Transitions The Fate of Christian Communism 5. Kairos At the Crossroads of Time Eschatology Akairos Measure and Immeasure (Negri) By Way of Conclusion: Political Grace 6. Ethics Ethics, Morality and Moralising Care of the Self Greasing the Other Towards Ethical Insurgency Conclusion 7. Idols That Hideous Pagan Idol: Marx and Fetishism On Graven Images: From Liberation Theology to Theodor Adorno Conclusion Conclusion: On Secularism, Transcendence and Death Secular and Anti-Secular Transgressive Transcendence Death References Index

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