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S Jewish monotheism was born as a theology of protest as a religion of triumph within defeat While the religion of the Jews remained limited to their own people Christianity unfolded its message with proclamations of universal truth Islam raised this universalism to a new level through a military and political mode of expansionSloterdijk examines the forms of confli. This book written by Peter Sloterdijk dives into a philosophical analysis of the three monotheisms that have existed in Western Culture Judaism Christianity and Islamism What is interesting about Sloterdijk s analysis is to include the concept of zeal into the euation This analysis then is similar to a previous book called Rage and Time in which he analyzed rage as a form of thymotic disposition and how modernity never solved the problem of rage in its facade of rationalityThe book is divided in eight chapters 1 The premises 2 The formations 3 The battle fronts 4 The campaigns 5 The matrix 6 The pharmaka 7 The parable of the rings and 8 After zeal The book is surprisingly simple to read even with the mention of some philosophical concepts and religious ideas It has an Index and endnotes at the end of every chapter Also the book is short so it could be read in one sittingFirst he dives into some premises and a historic description of the origin of the three religions He wants to show the similarities and differences they had and how they wanted for themselves the worship of a single god In this manner Sloterdijk shows how God s zeal plays out in particular manner in those three forms or in other words shows us the development of those monotheismsThe point of showing all of this is to portray the conflict between the monotheisms as one that was full of bloodshed and war Every iteration of the monotheistic zeal wanted in some way to reform the previous one to purge it from its defects Later in Sloterdijk s work we see him define the ideas preached by these monotheisms as a monarchic ontology This means that it doesn t matter if it is real or not that these monotheisms had a vertical asceticism and that ontologically there was a higher being that was absolute in all of its truths Meaning that at the higher level there was no criticism or anything reality displayed itself as it wasBut the three monotheisms displayed this kind of stuff in different ways One example Sloterdijk uses is the mono linguistic interpretation used in Islamism and the poly linguistic interpretation Christianity used for its evangelization Islamic interpretation of the ontological monarchism makes it read the koranic texts in an antiue form of the arabic language while Christians interpret that God s word is understandable in any language displayed in the apostle s ability to evangelize in any language thanks to the Holy SpiritIn pointing out these differences Sloterdijk tries to explain the development of God s zeal Somehow Sloterdijk sees that contemporaneously the three monotheisms have lost force due to the change in thought brought forth in the Enlightenment and then in its critiueAs a food for thought there is a slight deviation in The parables of the rings where Sloterdijk describes a fourth ideology which was communism interpreted through Marx put on as an example of atheistic zeal He used this as an example of a failed form of zeal in the secular realmAll in all this short book serves as a new critiue of religion I do not think it is the best critiue but the effort of using the concept zeal and see its historical development in the three monotheisms proved to be interesting This book proved that Sloterdijk still moves in the coordinates of psychopolitical interpretations for he still works in themes that go beyond rationality I still think that the best critiue of religion was made by Nietzsche even if sometimes Sloterdijk downplays it a little by showing that it was somehow narrow in its scope of critiue

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Gottes Eifer Vom Kampf der drei Monotheismen

Ct that arise between the three monotheisms by analyzing the basic possibilities stemming from anti Paganism anti Judaism anti Islamism and anti Christianism These possibilities were augmented by internal rifts a defining influence within Judaism was a separatism with defensive aspects in Christianity the project of expansion through mission and in Islam the Holy Wa. Nice metaphors and coinages but very reductive and perhaps intending to be in so far as it focused on supremacist tendencies of monotheism which cannot be divorced from the disciplinary strength and fitness advantage they lend to subscriberbelieverinfected community

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The conflicts between the three great monotheistic religions Christianity Judaism and Islam are shaping our world than ever beforeIn this important new book Peter Sloterdijk returns to the origins of monotheism in order to shed new light on the conflict of the faiths today Following the polytheism of the ancient civilizations of the Egyptians Hittites and Babylonian. My ratings of books on Goodreads are solely a crude ranking of their utility to me and not an evaluation of literary merit entertainment value social importance humor insightfulness scientific accuracy creative vigor suspensefulness of plot depth of characters vitality of theme excitement of climax satisfaction of ending or any other combination of dimensions of value which we are expected to boil down through some fabulous alchemy into a single digit


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  1. says:

    My ratings of books on Goodreads are solely a crude ranking of their utility to me and not an evaluation of literary merit

  2. says:

    This book written by Peter Sloterdijk dives into a philosophical analysis of the three monotheisms that have existed in Western Culture Judaism Christianity and Islamism What is interesting about Sloterdijk’s analysis is to include

  3. says:

    Nice metaphors and coinages but very reductive and perhaps intending to be in so far as it focused on supremacist tendencies of monotheism which cannot be divorced from the disciplinary strength and fitness advantage they lend to subscriberbelieverinfected community

  4. says:

    El libro como suele ser habitual en Sloterdijk combina intuiciones sensacionales con otras ideas con las ue result