Trinity Theology and the Gift Economy of Forming a Spiritual Authority

Contemporary Chinese Thought 47 (4):270-285 (2016)

Inspired by French scholar Marie-José Mondzain, this paper deals with the Holy Spirit and how the gift of the Spirit can provide for a different authority and economy. Xia also deals with the concept of icons and the Chinese concept of “face,” touching upon issues of identity and authority, and giving three Kantian “imperatives” for “spiritual” gift giving in the Chinese context.
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