Argues for a revolutionary political theology that can be used to combat racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression.
Calls into question the traditional polarity of theism and atheism.
Argues that self and selflessness are aspects of the same insoluble problem at the very heart of modernity.
Aims to construct an economic philosophy from indigenous African thought.
Offers an immanent critique of Levinas’s core philosophical proposals by reference to his allegedly eurocentric statements.
A critical introduction to the American philosopher D. G. Leahy (1937–2014), whose oeuvre sets forth a fundamental thinking in which change itself is revealed to be the very essence of reality and mind.
An original and innovative exploration of Antigone, femininity, and love in various cosmological, philosophical, and theological contexts.
Draws on philosophy, economics, theology, and psychoanalytic theory to reveal a fundamental dynamic of capitalism.
Examines theological motifs in the work of Jan Patočka, drawing out their implications for contemporary theology and philosophy of religion.
Presents a historical and philosophical overview of the twentieth-century German debates on secularization and their significance for contemporary discussions about the relationship between theology and modernity.
Štofaník provides a unique, personal reading of weak theology and tries to inhabit the gap between it and its “founder,” John D. Caputo.
Offers a new phenomenological method for biblical interpretation that opens up the possibility of an absolute science of scripture.
Offers a critical Pentecostal philosophy of God that challenges orthodox Christianity.
Offers a profound vision of the Christian epic as the site of the modern apocalyptic reenactment of the original apocalypse.
A contemporary philosophy of religion that offers a phenomenology of love.
The major death-of-God theologian explores the meaning and purpose of radical theology.
Explores and critiques the so-called “decentering of the subject” in French phenomenology.
Brings an ecotheological perspective to postmodern gift theory.
Looks at Ricoeur’s writings on love and justice, prominent toward the end of his life, and how these serve as an interpretive key to his thought as a whole.
Discusses Derrida as a religious thinker, reading Dante’s Commedia and Derrida’s religious writings together.
An analysis of Heidegger’s philosophy of technology.
An accessible and original exploration of the theological and philosophical significance of Kierkegaard’s religious thought.
Considers the problem of pluralism and offers a vision of human solidarity for the postmodern era.
A critical exploration of the thought of radical theologian Thomas J. J. Altizer, including a response from Altizer and a comprehensive bibliography of his work.
Distinguished philosophers, theologians, and cultural critics provide the first critical consideration of the work of philosopher John D. Caputo. Responses from Caputo are included.
Explores the work of post-Holocaust Jewish and Christian thinkers who reject theodicy—arguments explaining why a loving God can permit evil and suffering in the world.