Table of contents for Resurrecting erotic transgression : subjecting ambiguity in theology / Anita Monro.

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Contents
Acknowledgements	v
Introduction?Subjecting Ambiguity: Outline and Impetus	1
Addressing Ambiguity	1
Methodological Overview	4
Argument Outline	7
My Approach	15
Chapter 1?Resurrecting Erotic Transgression: Poststructuralism and Theology	17
A Poststructuralist Theological Project	17
Erotic Transgressive Resurrection	18
Post-Structuralism	24
Post-Modernism	27
Nihilism?	33
Poststructuralism and Theology	35
Feminism, Poststructuralism and Theology	44
Chapter 2?Women Clothed With The Sun: Re-Presenting Identities Which Are Not One(s)	51
Community and Identity	51
The Identity ?Woman?	54
Poetic Reading and Community	56
Identities of Women	58
Problematising ?Otherness?	60
Re-Presenting Subjectivity	73
Chapter 3?Duality: The Genesis of Ambiguity	79
Whence Poststructuralism?	79
Assumption 1	83
Assumption 2	102
Assumption 3	109
Assumption 4	113
Chapter 4?Beyond Duality: Alterity and the Exodus of Identity	117
Post-Structuralism	117
Alterity	119
Derrida and Diff?rance	123
Diff?rance and Deconstruction	130
Lacan and Jouissance	136
Alterity, the Woman and Jouissance	145
Conclusion	148
Chapter 5?The Cry of Ambiguity: Jouissance as Hermeneutical Birth	149
Introduction	149
The Jouissance of Poetic Language	152
Abjection of Self as Poetic Language	157
Analysis and Analysand	168
Reading Apocalypse	174
Chapter 6?Enumerating Alterity: The Transgressive Method of Poetic Reading	185
Unpacking a Method	185
Identifying Dualities	187
Displacing the Order	196
Re-Presenting the Discourse	208
Chapter 7?Re-Presenting the (M)Other: A Theology of An-Other Coming	213
Making a Case	213
Virgin and/or Whore	215
The Whore	219
The Whore as Murdered (M)Other	228
The Canaanite Woman as (M)Other	237
Conclusion?Resurrecting Erotic Transgression: ?Without End, For No Reason?	243
The Remainder	243
Successes and Limitations?	244
Further Projects?	246
Likely Responses?	248
A Final Word	249
References	251
Index	261

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Feminist theology.
Feminism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Kristeva, Julia, .1941-.
Other (Philosophy).
Objectivity.
Ambiguity.