A heavy read from The Immanent Frame
The politics of the atonement « The Immanent Frame: "Kahn is not making a normative claim. His project is not constructive in the sense of trying to redirect the political imaginary. He is not affirming this imaginary by saying this is the way politics should be, “that politics must be put back on a religious foundation.” Rather, Kahn’s enterprise is a phenomenological or “descriptive” one. It aims, he says, “to explore the political imagination we have,” apart from the question of “whether or not we should have it.”"
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