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- Professor John Milbank!
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In the opening essay to the volume, Milbank stands Paul, with and against Giorgio Agamben, against the dominant standards of law and contract as reactions to death. At the foundations of a civilization for which law is basic, Milbank argues, stand an original violence, a Hobbesian condition which can be no more than smoothed over by modern governments and technocrats.
Against this, Milbank develops a Pauline politics founded on an ontology of peace, which takes resurrection rather than death as basic, and in which the latent violence of law is overcome by trust.