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Overview This volume brings together, in an exciting and original way, the major themes of critical social theory and feminist theology. Marsha Aileen Hewitt shows how critical themes emerge in the works of Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza, Mary Daly, and Rosemary Radford Ruether, and how their work provides a starting point for a feminist critical theory of religion.
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Studio: Fortress Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.76 lbs.
Release Date Sep 5, 2000
Publisher Augsburg Fortress Publishers
ISBN 0800626125 ISBN13 9780800626129
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helpful synthesis Apr 10, 2000
Hewitt brings together approaches to the pursuit of justice from two disparate strands: the Frankfurt School and contemporary feminist theology. She aims to use the critical theory of primarily Adorno to push feminist theology away from theology and toward a critical theory of religion. Ultimately, this means that she wants theologians to worry less about the ontological status of God and more about what will promote just social relations. Her analysis explicates Adorno's rather complicated ideas about the violence of identity with sheer clarity, making for a highly readable argument of a provocative thesis. I read this book while working a very depressing temp-job, and found her (and Adorno's) insistence on maintaining contact with the unjust and damaging nature of current social structures to be quite on the mark.