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Interstices of the SublimeTheology and Psychoanalytic Theory$
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Clayton Crockett

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780823227211

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: March 2011

DOI: 10.5422/fso/9780823227211.001.0001

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Ages of the World and Creation ex Nibilo, Part II

Ages of the World and Creation ex Nibilo, Part II

Žižek and Lacan

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(p.117) 7 Ages of the World and Creation ex Nibilo, Part II
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Interstices of the Sublime
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Clayton Crockett

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Fordham University Press
DOI:10.5422/fso/9780823227211.003.0008

This chapter investigates the question of the theological generation of meaning, which is a process of sublimation. It provides an understanding of creation ex nihilo from a confrontation of Lacan and Tillich. A confrontation emerges out of a contrast between Tillich and Žižek in their respective readings of Schelling, and the chapter provides a reading of the second draft of Schelling's Ages of the World. The psycho-theological concept of creation ex nihilo at the center of the book functions as an axis around which the other essays on previous chapters partially pivot. The end of the chapter confronts Tillich and Schelling directly with Lacan on the concept of creation.

Keywords:   creation ex nihilo, Lacan, Tillich, Žižek, Schelling, Ages of the World, creation, sublimation

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