Political Theology

Creston Davis recently announced on his blog that he will be editing a forthcoming a volume of the journal Political Theology focused on continental philosophy.

It will consist of suspiciously reconsidering Carl Schmitt, and include other topics with contributions from Toni Negri, Mary-Jane Rubenstein, Clayton Crockett, Catherine Malabou, Dan Bell, Ken Reinhard, Chad Pecknold, and discussion between Zizek and Milbank that did not go into Monstrosity of Christ. And of course, the book reviews look interesting as well.

I, for one, look forward to it.


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