About this series
Radical Theologies and Philosophies is a call for transformational ideas that break out of traditional locations and approaches. The rhizomic ethos of the series, reflected in its title, enables it to engage with an ever-expanding radical expression and critique of theologies and philosophies that have entered or seek to enter the public sphere. This engagement arises from the continued turn to religion and ideology, especially radical thought in politics, social sciences, philosophy, theory, cultural, and literary studies. The post-theistic thought both driving and emerging from these intersections is the focus of this series.