ABSTRACT. The following is a review of Richard Kearney’s new volume Touch: recovering our most vital sense (New York: Columbia University Press; 2021), in the context of his recent wave of creative publications on poetics and carnal hermeneutics.

Keywords: anatheism; incarnation; excarnation; tact; tactility; synesthesia; theophany; wounding; trauma; wounded healer; carnal hermeneutics; anacarnation; anthropocene; symbiocene; optocentrism; anateachnology

Feld AN (2020) Richard Kearney on touch: recovering our most vital sense. Creativity 4(1): 377–389. doi:10.22381/C4120216

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