Responding to Dr Plant

in International Journal of Public Theology
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Abstract

This response to Dr Plant engages with important issues regarding the possibility of using the work of Emmanuel Levinas as a theological tool and resource. Levinas 'and' theology is both an important conjunction and disjunction. The distinction between a theology that is fundamental and a theology that is dogmatic needs to be stressed. Levinas' ethical metaphysics, and his recognition of the need for a theological recuperation of the ethics he espouses, opens up a possible and fundamental theological dialogue which recognizes the fundamental and salvific importance of the ordinary and the everyday in human existence.

Responding to Dr Plant

in International Journal of Public Theology

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