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This conclusory chapter focuses on what may be salvaged and reshaped for a constructive approach to Marxism and theology and briefly summarise the criticisms. The mention of myth usually invokes the specific concerns of anthropologists, historians of religion and perhaps the occasional biblical scholar. Oppressive myths can be so only by negating, demonising, punishing and concealing the voices of resistance within them. Finally, with the engaging Antonio Negri, the author exegeted closely The Labor of Job, trying to unfold the many layers of his usage of measure and immeasure, re-reading it in terms of a conjunction with kairós and ákairos, as well as the deep pattern of chaos and order/creation in Job.

Keywords: ákairos; Antonio Negri; kairós; Marxism



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