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From Women's Experience to Feminist Theology - 
      Linda Hogan

From Women's Experience to Feminist Theology

What are the implications of adopting a primacy of praxis position in feminist theology? How can we respect the diversity of women’s experience while retaining it as a useful analytic category? Do these twin resources of women’s experience and praxis together imply that feminist theology is ultimately relativist? Through an analysis of the work of some of today’s key feminist theologians – Christian, womanist and post-Christian – Linda Hogan considers these and other methodological questions. Les mer
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What are the implications of adopting a primacy of praxis position in feminist theology? How can we respect the diversity of women’s experience while retaining it as a useful analytic category? Do these twin resources of women’s experience and praxis together imply that feminist theology is ultimately relativist? Through an analysis of the work of some of today’s key feminist theologians – Christian, womanist and post-Christian – Linda Hogan considers these and other methodological questions.
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Academic
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 208
ISBN: 9781474281317
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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VURDERING
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Foreword
Abbreviations
Introduction
Part I – Origins of the Primary Categories of Feminist Theology
1. Women’s Experience from De Beauvoir to McCarthy Brown
2. Praxis: The Theological Background
Part II – Primary Categories Employed
3. Christian Feminists and the Categories of Women’s Experience and Praxis
4. Womanist Theologians’ Employment of the Primary Categories
5. Women’s Experience and Praxis in the Thealogies of Post-Christian Feminists
Conclusion – A Theology for the Future
Bibliography
Index of Names
Index of Subjects
Linda Hogan is Vice-Provost and Chief Academic Officer and Professor of Ecumenics at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.