Philosophers

Ludwig Wittgenstein. Part 1.

By Stephen Mulhall

Stephen Mulhall discusses the origins of Ludwig Wittgenstein's theology.

Ludwig Wittgenstein was a Austrian born British philosopher of logic, mind, math and language. His interest was in the relationship between thought, language and reality. He rejected the idea that language is essentially representation but argued rather that 'language games' form part of reality. Thinking via language is therefore not a private matter but accessible only by taking part in community.

Ludwig Wittgenstein. Part 2.

By Stephen Mulhall

Stephen Mulhall discusses Ludwig Wittgenstein's significance for theology.

Ludwig Wittgenstein was a Austrian born British philosopher of logic, mind, math and language. His interest was in the relationship between thought, language and reality. He rejected the idea that language is essentially representation but argued rather that 'language games' form part of reality. Thinking via language is therefore not a private matter but accessible only by taking part in community.

Slavoj Zizek

By Marcus Pound

Marcus Pound discusses Slavoj Zizek and the influence of Jacques Lacan on his philosophy.

Slavoj Zizek is a Slovene philosopher, cultural theorist and Lacanian. His works address themes in psychoanalysis, politics and culture. His thinking is deliberately provocative and difficult to grasp, but includes enjoyment as a political factor, the subject as a self-relating negativity and the 'problem' of appearance.

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Key Figures From Early Feminist Theology

By Rachel Muers

Rachel Muers discusses the key figures from early feminist theology.

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