Political Theology II The Myth of the Closure of Any Political Theology
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Polity Press
Publication date: 9/22/2008
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Notes on the Translation|
|Guideline for the reader|
|The Myth of the Ultimate Theological Closure|
|The Content of the Myth|
|Hans Barion's Critique of Political Theology|
|The Contemporary Significance of the Myth of Closure. (Hans Maier - Ernst Feil - Ernst Topitsch)|
|The Legendary Document|
|The Genesis and the Historical limits of the Matter|
|Politico-theological Interpolation: le roi regne il ne gouverne pas|
|The Limits of the Matter and Question from the Political Side: Monarchy|
|The Limits of the Matter and Question from the Theological Side: Monotheism|
|Eusebius as the Prototype for Political Theology|
|The Confrontation between Eusebius and Augustine|
|The Legendary Conclusion|
|The Claims of the Conclusion|
|The Assertive Power of the Conclusion|
|On the Current Situation of the Problem: The Legitimacy of Modernity|
|Appendix: `Peterson's conclusion and concluding footnote.'|