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The Radical Homiletics Of Antonio Negri

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In this chapter, the author's major concern is Negri's recently translated The Labor of Job, a detailed philosophical exegesis of the 'marvellous' biblical book of Job. Five features of Negri's analysis stand out, at least for one trained in that arcane discipline of biblical criticism: radical homiletics, philosophical commentary, the opposition of kairós and ákairos, one between measure and immeasure and then the politics of cosmogony. Political cosmogony, or, more specifically, the political dimensions of chaos, enables a creative linking of the akairological and immeasurable, what is out of place and untimely.

Keywords: ákairos; Antonio Negri; kairós; political cosmogony; radical homiletics



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