Christianity: “A Manner of Dividing the Sensible”

@article{Gow2019ChristianityM,
  title={Christianity: “A Manner of Dividing the Sensible”},
  author={A. Gow},
  journal={Method & Theory in The Study of Religion},
  year={2019},
  volume={31},
  pages={299-303}
}
  • A. Gow
  • Published 2019
  • Sociology
  • Method & Theory in The Study of Religion
Anidjar’s Blood can be read, with Amy Hollywood, as a political intervention designed to alienate and creatively reuse the familiar terms ‘blood’ and ‘Christianity’ to mean quite different things, namely a set of biologically, emotionally, and politically charged metaphors circulating within and fuelling a hegemonic cultural world system. While this is a clear possible reading throughout, Anidjar provides an explicit key to justify these meanings only on page 258, allowing that he has used each… Expand

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