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Topics in Political Theology and Ethics - “The End of All Flesh”: Embodiment, Economy, Ethics

With reference to recent philosophical work (e.g., Giorgio Agamben, Marie-Jose Mondzain, and Dotan Leshem), the seminar will examine biblical and Christian texts (including Augustine and Simone Weil) relevant to interpreting the relations between embodiment, political economy, eschatology and ethics.

RELIGST 775

Topics in Political Theology and Ethics - “The End of All Flesh”: Embodiment, Economy, Ethics

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes Language?: No

With reference to recent philosophical work (e.g., Giorgio Agamben, Marie-Jose Mondzain, and Dotan Leshem), the seminar will examine biblical and Christian texts (including Augustine and Simone Weil) relevant to interpreting the relations between embodiment, political economy, eschatology and ethics.


Travis Kroeker

Professor