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Saint Paul and Philosophy : The Consonance of Ancient and Modern Thought.

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (382 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9783110547467
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Saint Paul and Philosophy : The Consonance of Ancient and Modern ThoughtDDC classification:
  • 227.06
LOC classification:
  • BS2650.52.S25 2017
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Table of Contents -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction: On the Philosophical Affiliations of Paul and Πίστις -- Part I. Philosophical Portraits of Paul and Πίστις -- Reading, Seeing and the Logic of Abandonment: Rembrandt's Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul -- The Invention of Christianity: Preambles to a Philosophical Reading of Paul -- Heidegger's Hermeneutics of Paul -- The Philosophers' Paul: A Radically Subversive Thinker -- Disillusioning Reason-Rethinking Faith: Paul, Performative Speech Acts and the Political History of the Occident in Agamben and Foucault -- On What Remains: Paul's Proclamation of Contingency -- Part II. Paul and Πίστις in the Greco-Roman World -- Paul's Stoic Onto-Theology and Ethics of Good, Evil and "Indifferents": A Response to Anti-Metaphysical and Nihilistic Readings of Paul in Modern Philosophy -- Narratives of Πίστις in Paul and Deutero-Paul -- Returning to "Religious" Πίστις: Platonism and Piety in Plutarch and Neoplatonism -- The Metahistory of Δίκη and Πίστις: A Greco-Roman Reading of Paul's "Justification by Faith" Axiom -- Paul's Use of Πίστις/Πιστεύειν as Epitome of Axial Age Religion -- Part III. The Political Theologies of Paul -- The Management of Distinctions: Jacob Taubes on Paul's Political Theology -- Paul as Political Theologian: How the "New Perspective" Is Reshaping Philosophical and Theological Discourse -- Church, Commonwealth, and Toleration: John Locke as a Reader of Paul -- Europe and Paul of Tarsus: Giorgio Agamben on the Overcoming of Europe's Crisis -- The Invisible Committee as a Pauline Gesture: Anarchic Politics from Tiqqun to Tarnac -- Epilogue: Saint Paul and Philosophy-The Consonance of Ancient and Modern Thought -- Index of Ancient Sources -- Index of Names and Subjects.
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Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Table of Contents -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction: On the Philosophical Affiliations of Paul and Πίστις -- Part I. Philosophical Portraits of Paul and Πίστις -- Reading, Seeing and the Logic of Abandonment: Rembrandt's Self-Portrait as the Apostle Paul -- The Invention of Christianity: Preambles to a Philosophical Reading of Paul -- Heidegger's Hermeneutics of Paul -- The Philosophers' Paul: A Radically Subversive Thinker -- Disillusioning Reason-Rethinking Faith: Paul, Performative Speech Acts and the Political History of the Occident in Agamben and Foucault -- On What Remains: Paul's Proclamation of Contingency -- Part II. Paul and Πίστις in the Greco-Roman World -- Paul's Stoic Onto-Theology and Ethics of Good, Evil and "Indifferents": A Response to Anti-Metaphysical and Nihilistic Readings of Paul in Modern Philosophy -- Narratives of Πίστις in Paul and Deutero-Paul -- Returning to "Religious" Πίστις: Platonism and Piety in Plutarch and Neoplatonism -- The Metahistory of Δίκη and Πίστις: A Greco-Roman Reading of Paul's "Justification by Faith" Axiom -- Paul's Use of Πίστις/Πιστεύειν as Epitome of Axial Age Religion -- Part III. The Political Theologies of Paul -- The Management of Distinctions: Jacob Taubes on Paul's Political Theology -- Paul as Political Theologian: How the "New Perspective" Is Reshaping Philosophical and Theological Discourse -- Church, Commonwealth, and Toleration: John Locke as a Reader of Paul -- Europe and Paul of Tarsus: Giorgio Agamben on the Overcoming of Europe's Crisis -- The Invisible Committee as a Pauline Gesture: Anarchic Politics from Tiqqun to Tarnac -- Epilogue: Saint Paul and Philosophy-The Consonance of Ancient and Modern Thought -- Index of Ancient Sources -- Index of Names and Subjects.

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