Finally out, just before Christmas - Criticism of Theology: On Marxism and Theology III. I received my first copy today, so here it is:

Table of contents:

Introduction

Chapter One: The Superstitions of Max Horkheimer

Chapter Two: The Dissent of E.P. Thompson

Chapter Three: The Zeal of G.E.M. de Ste. Cross

Chapter Four: The Alchemy of Michael Löwy

Chapter Five: The Myths of Roland Barthes

Chapter Six: The Flights of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari

Chapter Seven: The Radical Homiletics of Antonio Negri

Conclusion

All of which weighs in at 368 pages. Given the Brill approach, focused on libraries and those who have married into wealthy families, this hardback is for your library, bookroom, church fete, or as an exchange item in ensuring a vital organ replacement. For your own collection, the Haymarket paperback will be out soonish.

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