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  1. Kristien Justaert (2012). Theology After Deleuze. Continuum.
  2. Kristien Justaert (2010). Deleuze and Liberation Theology: A Fruitful Conversation? Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie 1:96-110.
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  3. Kristien Justaert (2010). Gilles Deleuze's' Theology': A Liberation Theology or an Ontology for the Western Buddhist? Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie 57 (1):96-110.
     
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  4. Kristien Justaert (2010). Liberation Theology: Deleuze and Althaus-Reid. Substance 39 (1):154-164.
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  5. Kristien Justaert (2010). Recensie: E. Mejía & I. Schüssler (ed.), Heidegger's' Beiträge zur Philosophie'. Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie 72 (3):595-595.
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  6. Kristien Justaert (2009). Gilles Deleuze : Évaluation Théologique. Laval Théologique et Philosophique 65 (3):531-544.
    L’interprétation de la philosophie de Gilles Deleuze comme «projet de rédemption» fait de lui un candidat propre à une évaluation théologique. Afin de révéler l’importance potentielle de Deleuze pour la théologie, je me concentre d’abord sur les caractéristiques mêmes de ce projet de rédemption. Dans la deuxième partie de cet article, je confronte les idées de Deleuze à la théologie de la libération. Est-ce que sa vision politique est assez forte pour pouvoir supporter une théologie de la libération ou offre-t-il (...)
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  7. Kristien Justaert (2009). Subjects in Love: Julia Kristeva on the “Consciousness of the Flesh”. Studia Phaenomenologica 9:269-281.
  8. Kristien Justaert (2008). Onze vader, die in de hersenen zijt…? Godsdienstfilosofische bemerkingen bij de neurotheologie. Bijdragen 69 (1):70-96.
    Neurotheology is a rather young scientific discipline that investigates the common biological basis of religion in our brain. Because neurotheologians do not fear to draw theological conclusions from their scientific research results, the phenomenon of neurotheology can be an interesting focus of the widespread dialogue between science and religion. The first part of this article is dedicated to a detailed presentation of the project of neurotheology. I discuss the research results of Eugene d’Aquili and Andrew Newberg, pioneers of the neurotheological (...)
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  9. Kristien Justaert (2008). Onze Vader, die in de hersenen zijt...? Bijdragen 69 (1):70-96.
    Neurotheology is a rather young scientific discipline that investigates the common biological basis of religion in our brain. Because neurotheologians do not fear to draw theological conclusions from their scientific research results, the phenomenon of neurotheology can be an interesting focus of the widespread dialogue between science and religion. The first part of this article is dedicated to a detailed presentation of the project of neurotheology. I discuss the research results of Eugene d’Aquili and Andrew Newberg, pioneers of the neurotheological (...)
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  10. Kristien Justaert (2007). “Ereignis” (Heidegger) or “La Clameur de l'Être” (Deleuze). Philosophy and Theology 19 (1/2):241-256.
    The point of departure of this article is Martin Heidegger’s relation to two core problems of theology today: representation and transcendence. Concerning the first issue, it is known that Heidegger provided a thorough critique on representation as ontotheology. But as for the second problem, transcendence beyond representation, Heidegger remains ambiguous. His concept of Ereignis can be considered as both a transcendent and an immanent event. In the second part of this article, I try to ‘resolve’ this ambiguity in confronting it (...)
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