Delay or accelerate the end? Messianism, accelerationism and presentism

  title={Delay or accelerate the end? Messianism, accelerationism and presentism},
  author={Alfonso Galindo Herv{\'a}s},
  journal={International Journal of Philosophy and Theology},
  pages={307 - 323}
ABSTRACT This article analyzes different positions on the relationship between politics and the experience of time, both those which defend the legitimacy of institutions and those which claim to liquidate them. Recognizing the links between certain theological arguments and certain modalities of time and politics (which are examined using ideas from Paul of Tarsus, Carl Schmitt, Reinhart Koselleck, Giorgio Agamben or Jacob Taubes, among others), the article describes and analyzes three… 


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