Essays Paul and Michel (Foucault)

The outpouring of scholarly reflection on the apostle Paul in dialogue with continental philosophy/philosophers continues unabated in the latest Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, Volume 11.1 (Winter 2010) with several articles on Paul and Michel Foucault.

Article titles and authors are as follows:

The Pauline Ellipsis in Foucault’s Genealogy of Christianity, Matthew Chrulew, Macquarie University

Bio-Paulitics, Arne De Boever, California Institute of the Arts

Faith, Grace, and the Destrution of Tradition: A Hermeneutic-Genealogical Reading of the Pauline Letters, Hans Ruin, Sodertorn University College, Stockholm

“Reappearance of Paul, ‘Sick’”: Foucault’s Biopolitics and the Political Significance of Pasolini’s Apostle, Ward Blanton, University of Glasgow

All Things to All People: Unravelling the Structure of the Apostolic Panopitcon, David R. Glowacki, University of Bristol

On the Pauline Roots of Biopolitics: Apostle Paul in Company with Foucault and Agamben, Mike Ojakangas, University of Jyvaskyla

The Violence of Care: An Analysis of Foucault’s Pastor, Christopher Mayes, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney

Becoming a Subject: The Case of Michel Foucault and Paul, Valerie Nicolet Anderson, Emory University

The Report of 1 Corinthians 5 in Critical Discourse with Foucault, Ronald Charles, University of Toronto

On the Persistence of Cynic Motifs, Sophie Fuggle, King’s College, London