What is Blackpentecostal Breath: The Aesthetics of Possibility about? Using Ferguson, Missouri, as a starting point, the Introduction considers the concept of “otherwise possibilities.” In order to argue that categorical distinction is a problem for theological-philosophical thought, the Introduction analyses a recent book in Womanist Theology as a specific example of the general problem of categorical thought.
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