The three figures included in Enrique Dussel's "The Liberatory Event in Paul of Tarsus" in the last issue (18, no. 1) were published in error. The alignment of the figures was accidentally corrupted in the course of production. The correct, final versions are included below. We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion. a. Text (when we are dealing with a rational symbolic narrative) b.1 Theological interpretation b.2 Philosophical interpretation b.2. Philosophical theology b.2. Political philosophy c.1 For a community of believers c.2. For a philosophical community c.2. For a political community Fig. 1. Various methods of interpreting a rational symbolic narrative. qui parle spring/summer 2010 vol.18, no.2 Under the Law Jews of the flesh flesh Old Scission In the emunáh Jews of the spirit: the "remainder" First Alliance New Alliance Non-Jews of the flesh Non-Jews by "calling" New Scission Fig. 2. The new messianic scission and the new alliance. For Agamben (TR, 63): A_B_ _ _ _ _ C (A: the creation; B: the messianic event; C: the eskhatón) _C´_E For us: A_B´ D (A: khrónos; ascending arrow B´: messianic event [kairós]; C´: eskhatón; D: katékhon; E: the End: parousía) Fig. 3. The two times and two eons.
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Published: May 21, 2010