His work in systematic theology has not yet been collected into volumes but remains as uncollected essays and chapters. As a theologian and philosopher, Hart's work epitomizes the "theological turn" in phenomenology, with a focus on figures like Maurice Blanchot , Emmanuel Levinas , Jean-Luc Marion and Jacques Derrida.
In general, Hart's approach is to ground theology in a phenomenology of the Christ, both a phenomenology of Jesus's words and actions, and an account of Jesus as performing epoche and reduction, especially through the parables. On Hart's understanding, the preaching of the Kingdom brings forth Christ's death and that preaching is confirmed by the Resurrection.
His work on the Christian mystical tradition is focused on practices of contemplation.
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Recent work has converged on Geoffrey Hill. One facet of his work is extensive commentary on the writing of the atheist Maurice Blanchot to whom he has devoted four books: The Dark Gaze , The Power of Contestation , Nowhere without No , and Clandestine Encounters. Hart's analysis on Blanchot was praised by Peter Craven as combining "an attractive expository technique with an openness to speculative ideas".
Hart's interests in poetry were piqued by an English teacher's presentation of Percy Bysshe Shelley 's Ozymandias. Critics have noted religious and philosophical themes in Hart's poetry.
Erotic and sensual themes are also pronounced in Hart's work. Nathaniel O'Reilly notes, for example, that even though most criticism of Hart focuses on his religious themes, Hart is also an "intensely physical and sensual poet".
The objectionable line was "My semen hot and wild inside your cunt. I suppose there will always be parents who are outraged about something in the curriculum It can be said very tenderly Critical response to Hart's poetry has varied.
Harold Bloom , writing on the back cover of Kevin Hart's volume of poetry, Wicked Heat , strongly praised Hart, saying that he is the "most outstanding Australian poet of his generation", and one of "the major living poets in the English language". Citation needed. Except where noted, bibliographical information courtesy WorldCat. Except where noted, discographical information courtesy WorldCat.
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