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Book review: Baudrillard and theology by James Walters

By Mike Gane


Jean Baudrillard was one of the foremost intellectual figures of the late twentieth century and his work is currently reaching a new prominence in the English-speaking world. Known as the “high priest of postmodernity”, Baudrillard never directly addressed theological concerns. However, his provocative analysis of the changing nature of reality, subjectivity and agency is of increasing importance to contemporary theology. James Walters’ Baudrillard and Theology is a new and lucid way into the ideas of a brilliantly challenging writer, finds Mike Gane

Topics: B Philosophy (General), BT Doctrinal Theology, HM Sociology
Publisher: London School of Economics and Political Science
Year: 2013
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