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‘Joint Security Area’: glimpses of jeong

Excerpts taken from Wonhee Anne Joh’s Heart of the Cross: A Postcolonial Christology, Westminster John Knox Press, 2006. Jeong is a Korean way of conceiving an often complex constellation of relationality of the self with the other that is deeply … Continue reading

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Jeong as love, vulnerability and relation

Excerpt from Heart of the Cross. A Postcolonial Christology (2006), written by Wonhee Anne Joh. We need to recuperate the public and political conception of love… We need to recover today this material and political sense of love, a love … Continue reading

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Jeong and love’s multiplicity

Excerpt from ‘Love’s Multiplicity: Jeong and Spivak’s Notes towards Planetary Love’, a chapter by Wonhee Anne Joh, in Planetary Loves: Spivak, Postcoloniality, and Theology. Stephen D. Moore and Mayra Rivera (eds.), 2011, p.169 &171. Jeong I want to suggest that … Continue reading

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