Contributions to Books

Contributions to Books

“Elemental,” in Thomas Krens, INTUITION/(IM)PRECISIONS. Galerie Thaddaeus ROPAC, 2000, 9-16.

“Returning Hegelian Gifts,” With Gifted Thinkers, ed. Mark Manolopoulos, New York: Peter Lang, 2009, 199-220.

“The Color of Nothing,” There Is Nothing Left To Say: Nothingness in Philosophy, Art, and Religion, ed, Sami Sjoberg

“Refiguring the Human,” Mechademia 3: The Limits of the Human, University of Minnesota Press, 2008.

“Three Types of the Philosophy of Religion,” Genealogies of Religion, ed. Tomoko Masuzawa.

“Landscapes of Self-Portraiture,” Stephen Hannock.

“Infinite Restlessness,” Hegel and the Infinite: Into the Twenty-First Century, eds., Slavoj Zizek, Creston Davis, Clayton Crockett (Columbia University Press, 2007).

“Forgery,” Beuys and Barney in Berlin(Berlin: Guggenheim Museum, 2006).

“The Uncertainty Principle,” Saintly Influence: Texts for Edith Wyschogrod.

“Betraying Altizer,” Thinking Through the Death of God: A critical companion to Thomas J. J. Altizer (Albany: SUNY Press, 2004).

“Skinning Art,” Singular Forms (Sometimes Repeated): Art from 1951 to the Present, ed. Nancy Spector (New York: Guggenheim Museum, 2004), pp. 71-79.

“Withdrawing,” Nowhere without No: In Memory of Maurice Blanchot, ed. Kevin Hart, (Vagabond Press, 2003), pp. 25-26.

“Co-Evolutionary Disequilibrium,” The State of Architecture at the Beginning of the 21st Century, eds. Bernard Tschumi and Irene Cheng (Montacelli Press, 2003), pp. 80-81.

“The Strategy of the Authorship,” Søren Kierkegaard: Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers, vol. I, ed. Daniel Conway (New York: Routledge, 2002), pp. 250-277.

“Christianity and Selfhood”, Søren Kierkegaard: Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers, vol. III, ed. Daniel Conway (New York: Routledge, 2002), pp. 292-322.

“Skin,” The Light Construction Reader, Todd Gannon, ed., (New York: The Montacelli Press, 2002).

“De-figuratie: Kunst, architectuur, religie,” Dat Ist Architecture, eds., Hilde Heynen, et al., (Rotterdam: Uitgeverij, 2001), pp. 619-623.

“Body of Work,” Stelarc, (forthcoming).

“Remote Control,” Anything (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001), (New York: Anyone Corporation, 2001), pp. 73-76.

“Foreword,” Thomas J.J. Altizer, A Theological Memoir (Barrytown, NY: Station Hill Press, 2000).

“Retracings,” The Craft of Religious Studies, ed. Jon R. Stone (New York: Polygrave, 2000), pp. 258-276.

“Cyberscapes,” Interactive Learning: Vignettes From America’s Most Wired Campuses (Boston: Anker Publishing, 2000), pp. 273-74.

“The Closure of Theory,” Anymore (Cambridge: Anyone/MIT Press, 2000), pp. 74-78, 291-92.

“Betting on Vegas,” God, The Gift and Postmodernism, eds. John Caputo and Michale Scanlon (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999), pp. 229-244.

Cult@edu.com Adrift in the Technomatrix, ed. David Erben (University of Minnesota Press, 1999).

“Betting on Vegas,” Apology for the Impossible: Deconstruction, Religion, and Postmodernism, ed. John Caputo (University of Illinois Press, 1999).

“Postmodern Times,” The Otherness of God, ed. Orrin Summerell (University of Virginia Press, 1998), pp. 173-189.

“From Simplicity to Complexity: Changing Museum Architectures,” Pompidou/Guggenheim: A Rendezvous (New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1998).

“The End(s) of Theology,” Introduction to Christian Theology, ed. Roger Badham (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 1998), pp. 255-267.

“Cycles of Paradox,” with José Marquez, Motorcycles (New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1998). Introduction to b/t (between)

“Realizing Nothing,” Beyond Belief: Modern Art and the Religious Imagination (Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 1998).

“Refiguring Postmodern Times,” Consciousness and Reality: Studies in Memory of Toshihiko Izutsu (Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten Publishers, 1998), pp. 149-173.

“Stripping Architecture,” The Virtual Dimension, Architecture, Representation and Crash Culture, ed. John Beckmann, (Princeton: Princeton Architectural Press, 1998, pp. 197-203.

“Learning Curves,” Richard Serra: Torqued Ellipse (New York: DIA Foundation, 1997).

“Saving Not,” Reversible Destiny: Arakawa/Gins (New York: The Guggenheim Museum,1997), pp. 125-129.

“Carnal Spaces: Latter-Day Liturgy of Tattoo Parlors,” with Don Ed Hardy and Alice Joanou, Carnal Pleasures: The Public Spaces of Desire, ed. Anna Novakov (Seattle: Bay Press, 1997).

Selection from Erring, “From Modernism to Postmodernism: An Anthology,” ed. Lawrence Cahoone (Blackwell, 1996).

“Retracing,” Reflections and Conversations: Essays in the Academic Study of Religion, ed. Jon R. Stone (New York: Macmillan).

“Returning the Repressed,” A-Dieu: Theology and Philosophy in Heidegger, Derrida,Levinas, ed. Jill Robbins. State University of New York Press.

“Creating Global Classrooms,” Inspiring Teaching, ed. John Roth, Bolton, MA: AnkerPublishing Co., 1996.

“Skinscapes,” Tattoo Drawings, The Drawing Center. “Hautlandschaften,” ARCH+ Zeitschrift für Architektur Städtebau, December 1995,pp. 57-64.

“Terminal Faith,” Religion and Postmodernity, eds. Paul Heelas and Paul Morris, Blackwell.

“Unsettling Architecture,” A&U, 1994, pp. 8-25 (with Japanese translation).

“Marking Time,” On Kawara, New York: Dia Foundation for the Arts, 1994.

“Point of No Return,” Daniel Libeskind’s Architecture, Prestel-Verlag, 1994.

“Refusing Architecture,” Re: Working Eisenman, London: Academy Editions, 1993.

“Postmodern Times,” The Otherness of God, ed. Orrin Summerell, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1998.

“Net Working,” Anywhere, Rizzoli, 1993.

“Le Cours du Cours,” Comment Penser l’argent? (Paris: Le Monde Editions) 1992, pp. 90-102, 129-134.

“The Failure of Energy/The Energy of Failure,” The Power House, Berlin: Aedes, 1992.

“Withdrawing With Drawing,” Negation and Theology, ed. Robert Scharlemann, University of Virginia Press, 1992.

“Think Naught,” Negation and Theology, ed. Robert Scharlemann, University of Virginia Press, 1992.

“Foreword,” Edmond Jabès, The Book of Margins, University of Chicago Press, 1993.

“Terminal Space,” Anywhere, Rizzoli, 1992.

“Offerring,” Le passage des Frontières (autour du travail de Jacques Derrida), Paris: Editions Galilée, 1993.

“The Textuality of the Body,” Religion, Parole, Ecriture, ed. Marco Olivetti (Cedar, 1992).

“The Subject of Architecture,” Anyone, Rizzoli, 1992. Reprinted: Architectus, Fall/Winter, 1993.

“Behind the Mirror,” Within the Collection: Modern and Contemporary Art, ed. Michael Govan, New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1991.

“Reframing Postmodernisms,” Shadows of Spirit (Routledge, 1993).

“Paralectics,” ed., Robert Scharlemann, University Presses of America.

“nO nOt nO,” Derrida and Negative Theology, ed. Harold Coward, State University of New York Press, 1991.

“The End(s) of Theology,” Theology at the End of Modernity, ed. Sheila Davaney, Trinity University Press, 1991.

“How Not to Think God,” L’argumento ontologico, ed. Marco Olivetti, Cedar, 1990.

“(B)RID(GE) From/To NO(W)HERE,” Bilingual, L’Art et La Ville: Urbanism et Art Contemporain, Paris: Skira, 1990.

“Unending Strokes,” Theology at the End of the Century, ed. Robert Scharlemann, University of Virginia Press.

“Nothing Ending Nothing,” Theology at the End of the Century: A Dialogue on the Postmodern, University Press of Virginia, 1990.

“Back to the Future,” Postmodernism: Philosophy and the Arts, ed. Hugh J. Silverman, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1990, pp. 13-32, 260-261.

“Natural Selfhood and Ethical Selfhood in Kierkegaard,” Søren Kierkegaard, ed. Harold Bloom, (New York: Chelsea House, 1989).

“Deadlines: Approaching Anarchetecture,” Restructuring Architectural Theory, ed. U. Diani and C. Ingraham, Northwestern Univ. Press, 1989, pp. 18-25.

“Refusal of the Bar,” Lacan and Theological Discourse, eds. E. Wyschogrod, C. Raschke, D. Crownfield, State University of New York Press, l989.

“Nuclear Architecture, or Fabulous Architecture, or Tragic Architecture, or Dionysian Architecture,” The Architecture of Peter Eisenman.

“Foreword” to Søren Kierkegaard, Prefaces: Light Reading for Certain Classes as the Occasion May Require, Florida State University Press.

“Machinationer,” Teknologi, Filosofi (Copenhagen: TECHNE, 1987), pp. 29-49.

“A Solicitation,” Introduction to Ray L. Hart’s Unfinished Man and the Imagination: Toward an Ontology and a Rhetoric of Revelation, 1986.

“Foreword” to Patrick Bigelow’s Kierkegaard and the Problem of Writing, Florida State University Press, 1986.

“Foreword” to John Smyth’s A Question of Eros: Irony in Kierkegaard, Sterne, and Barthes, Florida State University Press, 1986.

“Foreword” to Louis Mackey’s Points of View: Readings of Kierkegaard, Florida State University Press, 1985.

“The Disappearing Self,” Notebooks in Cultural Analysis, Durham: Duke University Press, 1984, pp. 125-143.

“Søren Kierkegaard,” The Encyclopedia of Religion, edited by Mircea Eliade et al, New York: Macmillan Co.

“Text as Victim,” Deconstruction and Theology, eds. Thomas Altizer and Carl Raschke, New York: Crossroad, 1982.

“TRACING,” New Directions in the Philosophy of Religion, ed. C. A. Raschke, Chico, CA: Scholars Press.

“Sounds of Silence,” Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling, Critical Appraisals, ed. Robert Perkins, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1979.

“Kierkegaard’s Christology,” Bibliotheca Kierkegaardiana, eds. Niels and Marie Thulstrup: Kobenhavn: C. A. Reitzels Boghandel, 1978ff.

“Interpreting Interpretation,” Unfinished: Essays in Honor of Ray L. Hart, ed. M. C. Taylor, Missoula: Scholars Press.

“Humor and the Humorist,” Bibliotheca Kierkegaardiana, eds. Niels and Marie Thulstrup, Kobenhavn: C. A. Reitzels Boghandel, 1978ff.