This course examines the hermeneutical and practical significance of political theologies and recognition theories for theology today. In doing so, the course discusses the historical roots of political theologies and their contribution to the question of faith and religion within the public square. In particular, the course shall consider the role of recognition theories in advancing the political dimension of theology and the role of mutual accompaniment as a praxis for theological engagement.
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