Table of contents for Identity, ethics, and nonviolence in postcolonial theory : a Rahnerian theological assessment / Susan Abraham.


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Part I: Negotiating Cultural and Religious Identity in the Postcolony * Introduction * Cultural Identity in Homi Bhabha’s The Location of Culture *Theological Identity in Karl Rahner * Hybrid Religious Strategies: “Hearing the Word” in the Postcolony *Conclusion * Part II: Embodied Ethics and Love in the Postcolony * Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak and Postcolonial Feminist Ethics * Existential Ethics in Karl Rahner: the Fundamental Option * Embodying Love as the Singular Caress of the Doer of the Word * Conclusion * Part III: Mysticism and Spirituality of Nonviolence in the Postcolony * Ashis Nandy and Critical Traditionalism * Indifferent Freedom in Karl Rahner * Seeking the Eternal in the Intimate: Nonviolent Spirituality as Practice of Theory * Conclusion
Part I: Negotiating Cultural and Religious Identity in the Postcolony * Introduction * Cultural Identity in Homi Bhabha’s The Location of Culture *Theological Identity in Karl Rahner * Hybrid Religious Strategies: “Hearing the Word” in the Postcolony *Conclusion * Part II: Embodied Ethics and Love in the Postcolony * Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak and Postcolonial Feminist Ethics * Existential Ethics in Karl Rahner: the Fundamental Option * Embodying Love as the Singular Caress of the Doer of the Word * Conclusion * Part III: Mysticism and Spirituality of Nonviolence in the Postcolony * Ashis Nandy and Critical Traditionalism * Indifferent Freedom in Karl Rahner * Seeking the Eternal in the Intimate: Nonviolent Spirituality as Practice of Theory * Conclusion





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Postcolonialism.
Christianity and politics.
Rahner, Karl, -- 1904-1984.