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Refiguring Translation in Religious Studies

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This paper examines how Derrida’s “generalized translation” is taken up as posing the fundamental theoretical question underpinning Mandair’s book. Tracing Mandair’s understanding of translation through Saiko’s concept of co-figuration, this article examines the Kantian origins of this understanding and then details how Derrida departs radically from these origins in his account of the untranslatability of religion. Derrida, by distinguishing generalization from difference and repetition, offers an account of difference that is not simply repeated in non-Christian traditions but which is already irreducibly present within each.

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2011-01-01
2015-03-06

Affiliations: 1: Department of Religious Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado 80309-0292 USA, Email: rmas@colorado.edu

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