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Erring: A Postmodern A/theology

By Mark C. Taylor (NHC Fellow, 1982–83)

Deconstructionism; Theology; Postmodernism; Philosophy of Religion

Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1984

From the publisher’s description:

The Erring a/theologian is driven to consider and reconsider errant notions: transgression, subversion, mastery, utility, consumption, domination, narcissism, nihilism, possession, uncanniness, repetition, tropes, writing dissemination, dispossession, expropriation, impropriety, anonymity, spending, sacrificed, death, desire, delight, wandering, aberrance, carnival, comedy, superficiality, carnality, duplicity, shiftiness, undecidability, and spinning.

Religion / Philosophy / Deconstructionism / Theology / Postmodernism / Philosophy of Religion /

Taylor, Mark C. (NHC Fellow, 1982–83). Erring: A Postmodern A/theology. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1984.