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A Theological Turn? French Postmodern Dance and Herman Diephuis’ D’après J C

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Publication date17/05/2011
Host publicationContemporary French Theatre and Performance
EditorsCarl Lavery, Clare Finburgh
Place of publicationBasingstoke
PublisherPalgrave
Pages200-212
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)978 0 230 58051 0
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This essay “uses the theologically-inspired phenomenology of Marion to show how [Herman Diephuis’s 2004 piece D’après J C] contests the opposition that Derrida set up between a theological and non-theological stage. [The essay] finishes […] by touching on a transcendent form of ethics and politics that recalls the humanism of French Catholic thinkers and writers of the early to mid-twentieth century” (Finburgh and Lavery 2011: 23).