Erring: A Postmodern A/theology
"Erring is a thoughtful, often brilliant attempt to describe and enact what remains of (and for) theology in the wake of deconstruction. Drawing on Hegel, Nietzsche, Derrida, and others, Mark Taylor extends—and goes well beyond—pioneering efforts. . . . The result is a major book, comprehensive and well-informed."—G. Douglas Atkins, Philosophy and Literature
"Many have felt the need for a study which would explicate in coherent and accessible fashion the principal tenets of deconstruction, with particular attention to their theological implications. This need the author has addressed in a most impressive manner. The book's effect upon contemporary discussion is apt to be, and deserves to be, far-reaching."—Walter Lowe, Journal of Religion
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Review: Erring: A Postmodern A/theologyUser Review - Carl - Goodreads
This book is complex, deconstructionist, and demands a significant amount of work by the reader. It avoids referring to it's own authority due to being a text itself. Taylor poses the idea that ... Read full review
Review: Erring: A Postmodern A/theologyUser Review - Joseph Sverker - Goodreads
This books certainly show all signs of being deconstructionist. It is complex, demanding of the reader and avoiding its own authority as a text. Taylor is at least clear with the complexity of being a ... Read full review
Death of God
Economy of Domination
Narcissism and Nihilism
Disappearance of the Self
Propriety Property Possession
Representation and Repetition
End of History
Poetics of History
Dispossession Impropriety Expropriation
Spending and Sacrifice
Death Desire Delight
Carnival and Comedy
Sexual Dissidence: Augustine to Wilde, Freud to Foucault
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JSTOR: ERRING: A Postmodern A/Theology
ERRING: A Postmodern A/theology. By Mark C. Taylor. University of Chicago Press, 1984. 219 pages. $20.00. ERRING, as the author would want its reader to ...
Mark C. Taylor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Erring: A Postmodern A/Theology (University of Chicago Press, 1984) was one of the earliest attempts to study religion from the standpoint of ...
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The Work of Professor Mark C. Taylor
In a move consonant with Nietzsche, Professor Taylor, in Erring: a Postmodern A/theology and subsequent writings, exposes the relationship between ...
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Books by Mark C. Taylor
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Postmodern theology and postmodern philosophy
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Splits and Gaps in Buddhism and Postmodern Theology
1984b Erring- A Postmodern A/theology. Chicago: Univer-. sity of Chicago Press. 1986 "Orthodox-y (-) Mending." Thought, 61/240:. 162-171. ...
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REVELATION OR REVEILATION? BARTH AND POSTMODERNISM
16 Since 1984 when his book, Erring: A Postmodern A/theology, was published, by University. of Chicago Press, Chicago. 17 Thomas Altizer also uses this term ...
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Philament Issue 3 - Gregory Therel Esplin: Beating Off Teleology ...
In his book Erring: A Postmodern A/Theology, Taylor employs the concept of "play" to characterize his anti-teleological project: ...
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Deconstruction and Sanskrit Poetics
In Erring: A Postmodern A/theology, Taylor demonstrates a conceptual infinity that nevertheless remains within the field of difference. ...