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Title: Religious and political ideology in the works of Charles Williams
Authors: QUEK PING KIAT, KENNETH
Keywords: Theology Ideology
Issue Date: 12-Jul-2005
Source: QUEK PING KIAT, KENNETH (2005-07-12). Religious and political ideology in the works of Charles Williams. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The modernist project was a search for a totalizing narrative. Charles Williamsa??s ethos was marked by his concern for the integrity of the Other, characterized particularly in his refusal, in his novels, to name the presence of God, and in his articulation of his Doctrine of Substituted Love. Thus he inscribed a potent resistance to the totalitarian drive in modernist thought and society, a resistance that shares fascinating resonances with the writings of Derrida, Levinas and MacIntyre in their quest for a post-modern sensibility able to cope with the crisis of ethical thought in the post-Enlightenment era.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/14849
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