If you are like me, the idea of reading Giorgio Agamben is easier than actually reading him. He covers such a wide array of topics, from aesthetics and philosophy, technology and arts, politics and terror, to history and theology, that I could use a little help. Thankfully Adam Kotsko is here to give it, with his “How to Read Agamben” over at the Los Angeles Review of Books.
By Steven Wedgeworth
Steven Wedgeworth is the associate pastor of Faith Presbyterian Church in Vancouver, British Columbia. He writes about theology, history, and political theory, and he has taught Jr. High and High School. He is the founder and general editor of The Calvinist International, an online journal of Christian Humanism and political theology, and a Director for the Davenant Institute.View Archive →