Pragmatism and the Deconstruction of Theology

Religious Studies 24 (3):375 - 384 (1988)
Abstract
Theological deconstructionism written in a Derridean manner typically consists of twin announcements about the religious character, and significance, of contemporary experience and culture. The first is the announcement of the death of both the transcendent God and His latter-day substitutes, such as the transcendental self, which have provided the religious underpinnings for classical and modern culture, respectively
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