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[The introduction explains the hypothesis of the study. The hypothesis of this study stems from three specific questions: (1) Do the Continental philosophies of the ‘transcendent Other’ attend to the agonistic politics of the ‘other others’ in the ‘Third World’? (2) How do the Spivakian notions...
[This chapter analyzes the notion of God as the ‘transcendent Other’ as explained in Continental philosophy. In order to de-limit and to focus, three French phenomenologists are analyzed: Emmanuel Levinas, Jacques Derrida, and Jean-Luc Marion, whose philosophical school is known as the...
[This chapter argues for a ‘Third World Turn’ in the Continental philosophy of God and the other by analyzing the Spivakian theory of subalternity (the subordinated other). It explains the Spivakian contentions with the postmodern/poststructural assumptions of the ‘colonized other’ while...
[This chapter tries to engage with contemporary postcolonial and Ecofeminist theologians who interact with the Continental (and the post-Continental) philosophies of God and the other signifying the Spivakian theoretical notions of subalternity, marginality, and planetarity. By engaging with...
[This chapter offers a constructive proposal for a Dalit theology of an immanent God, or de-othering God, as it emerges out of a materialist epistemology. Engaging with the post-Continental philosophers of immanence, such as Gilles Deleuze, Giorgio Agamben, Catherine Malabou, and Jean-Luc Nancy,...
[Vinayaraj argues that Dalit theology, as it denies the transcendentalist baggage of Christian philosophy and Theology is an immanent theology. Dalit immanent theology signifies the postcolonial phase of Christian theology through which it goes through teleopoiesis and training in the counter...
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