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Vol. 9, no. 2 - Summer 2008
 New from JCRT

An Extrinsic Eagleton
Roland Boer

What are we to make of Terry Eagleton’s arguments, in the early years of the new millennium, for the intrinsicness of a range of virtues and vices...

Buddhism, Apophasis, Truth
Mario D'Amato

According to a common trope in Buddhism, Buddhist teaching—the dharma—is a raft: it is to be used to cross over the expanse of...

From Representation to Constituent Power: Religion, or Something
Like It, in Hardt and Negri's Empire
Chris Fox

Whoever comments on Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri’s work Empire must do more than point out the empirical realities that run counter to the authors’...

Politics and Perversion: Situating Zizek's Paul
Adam Kotsko, University of Chicago

What is distinctive about Slavoj Žižek’s interpretation of Paul is not immediately clear. This is due first of all to the context in which his primary readings...


The Sublime and the Messianic: A Reply to Agata Bielek-Robson
Clayton Crockett

First of all, I want to thank Agata Bielek-Robson for this engaging and critical review of Interstices of the Sublime. In response, and I appreciate the editors of the...

 Review Essays


The Traps of the Sublime
Agata Bielik-Robson

The new book of Clayton Crockett, Interstices of the Sublime, can be regarded as a sequel to his Theology of the Sublime, where he attempted an analysis....


 Book Reviews
Caute: Jonathan Israel's Secular Modernity
Russ Leo

In her recent study $urplus: Spinoza, Lacan (2007), A. Kiarina Kordela reads Jonathan Israel alongside Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, Antonio...


 Book Profiles

Chosen by Mark Millar
Christopher Rodkey

Scottish author Mark Millar’s controversial, three-issue comic book, Chosen, which was published serially in 2004, is collected in an impressive soft-cover edition...

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