Monstrous Polyphony/Tricky Antiphony

  • James W. Perkinson
Part of the Black Religion / Womanist Thought / Social Justice book series (BRWT)


Friedrich Nietzsche, Walter Benjamin, and Theodor Adorno could perhaps be said to have erected the epigraph into a new mode of argument, trying to condense the whole of their Germanic gravity afresh in each succeeding sentence of their work. If it is possible to convene an entire topic in a single terse line—how much more three such, bumping up against each other in “non-sequitur-ial tension” that forms the matrix of thought? Such will be the entre offered here.


Gated Community Ritual Activity Late Modernity Parallel Universe Initiation Rite 
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