From Violence to Peace: Theology, Law and CommunityDe (autor) Alex Deagon
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The author won the Chancellor's Medal for outstanding excellence in the Doctor of Philosophy from Griffith University, Australia.
Alex Deagon is Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Introduction I. From Violence to Peace II. The Nature of Violence III. Envisaging the Peaceful Legal Community IV. The Secular Challenge V. The Argument of this Book: From Violence to Peace 1. Milbank's Milieu: Theorisations of Truth, Faith and Reason I. Introduction II. Milbank's Theoretical Context III. Critiquing the Secular Genealogy IV. The Truth of Theology: Producing Peace through Trinitarian Correspondence V. Rejecting Secular Reason VI. Promoting Faith and the Reason of Theology 2. Secularising Science: The Divorce of Reason and Revelation I. Introduction II. The Theological Genesis and Subsequent Secularisation of Science III. (No) Salvation by Faith Alone: How the Reformation Further Divided Faith and Reason IV. Uniting Faith and Reason to Restore True Scientia: The Participation Model 3. Deconstructing Derrida: Law, Spirit, Logos I. The Postmodern and the Pagan II. Different Perspectives: The Metanarratives of Jacques Derrida III. The Pagan Differ(a)nce IV. Moving Perspectives: From Secular Reason to Christian Theology V. A Genuinely 'Postmodern' Theology VI. The Threshold of Ontological Peace: Constructing a Christian Theology of Legal Community 4. An Account of Secular(ised) Jurisprudence: Violence from Duns Scotus to Derrida I. Law and Postmodern Critical Augustinianism II. Faith, Reason and a Theological Natural Law III. 'Creating' the Secular: Duns Scotus, Univocity and Separating Philosophy from Theology IV. Machiavelli and Hobbes: Secular Legal Ontology and the Emergence of Governing Violence V. The Final Stage: Austin, Hart and the Violence of Secular Positivism VI. Diagnosing Legal Violence: Cover, Benjamin and Derrida VII. Escaping Legal Violence and the Possibility for Christian Peace 5. Violence, Attestation and Revelation: Reading Law and Truth in the Trial of Christ I. The Trial as a Narrative of Law and Truth II. Laws of Sin and Laws of Spirit: Paul, Faith and the Torah III. Christ Crucified: Conviction by the Law of Death IV. The Revelation of Christ: Faith, Mystery, Atonement V. Light in the Darkness: The Law of Love, Faith and Participation VI. Resurrecting the Peaceful Legal Community 6. The Paradox of Law and Truth in Christianity: On Materialism, the Sublime and Reading the Pauline Law of Love I. Zizek, Materialism and the Christian Legacy II. The Sublime Object: Defeating Death III. The Sublime Truth of Faith: Paradoxical Law, Love and Life through Resurrection IV. Manifesting the Peaceful Community: Faith and Practice 7. 'Love Your (Legal) Neighbour as Yourself ': Producing Peace through a Theological Jurisprudence of Truth I. 'The End of Reason': The Blind Faith of Secular Reason and Recovering Reason through the Incarnational Paradox II. 'Faith in the Truth of Christianity': Correspondence through Revelation and Rhetoric III. Revealing an Ontology of Peace: The Nature of Peace and Violence in Christianity IV. Christian Theology and the Modern Legal Community: Proposing the Law of Love V. The Law of Love, or Love beyond Law: Releasing the Spirit of the Good Samaritan VI. Fulfilling the Christian Vision of a Peaceful Legal Community