Volume 5: No. 3/2021

Toward Postsecular Culture

Table of Contents


Agata Bielik-Robson Faith and Knowledge, Reconsidered: Modern Religion and the “Time of Life” (1-6)

Thematic Section

Stuart Jesson“A Certain Way of Thinking”: Derrida, Weil and the Philippi Hymn (7-22)
Daniel WeissAgainst Autoimmune Self-Sacrifice: Religiosity, Messianicity, and Violence in Derrida’s “Faith and Knowledge” and in Classical Rabbinic Judaism (23-34)
King-Ho LeungThe Religion (without Religion) of the Living (without Life): Re-reading Derrida’s “Faith and Knowledge” (35-49)
Marta OlesikAbstraction Made Flesh – Immediacy of the Body and Religious Experience. Derrida, Hegel and Georges de La Tour (50-63)
Joanna HodgeNumber(s) of Future(s), Number(s) of Faith(s): Call it a Day for Religion (64-81)
Adam LipszycBroken Latin, Secret Europe: Benjamin, Celan, Derrida (82-91)


James AndersonA Few Theses on Art, Alienation, and Abolition (92-119)
Matthew DonnellyOn the New and the Novel: An Adventure in The Temporal Logics (120-134)

Discussion Papers, Comments, Book Reviews

Barbara BrzezickaIn Praise of Friendship… Among Other Things (135-141)
Lucio PrivitelloToward New Adventures in Philosophy (142-154)
Michał HererIs There Life Before Death? On Agata Bielik Robson’s Another Finitude (155-160)

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