Self/Same/Other: Re-visioning the Subject in Literature and Theology
Self/Same/Other: Re-visioning the Subject in  Literature and Theology  -     By: Heather Walton, Andrew W. Hass
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This collection of essays explores the way our notions of self, other, subjectivity, gender, and the sacred text are being re-visioined within contemporary theory. These new ways of conceiving create upheavals and radical shifts that rework our understanding of philosophical, psychological, political, sexual and spiritual identity, allowing us to trace the fault lines, regulatory forces, exclusions and unmarked spaces both within our selves, and within the discourses that attend these selves. As such, revisionings break down borders, and the encounter of literature and theology becomes a crucial focus for these explorations, as the self learns to resituate its own being creatively vis-a-vis others and, ultimately, the Other.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 262
Vendor: Bloomsbury Academic
Publication Date: 2000
ISBN: 1841270199
ISBN-13: 9781841270197

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This collection of essays explores the way our notions of self, other, subjectivity, gender and the sacred text are being re-visioned within contemporary theory. These new ways of conceiving create upheavals and radical shifts that rework our understanding of philosophical, psychological, political, sexual and spiritual identity, allowing us to trace the fault lines, regulatory forces, exclusions and unmarked spaces both within our selves, and within the discourses that attend these selves. As such, revisionings break down borders, and the encounter of literature and theology becomes a crucial focus for these explorations, as the self learns to resituate its own being creatively vis-a-vis others and, ultimately, the Other.

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