The American pragmatist Richard Rorty is not a theologian. In fact, he rarely speaks of theology or of theologians. He is not even in favor of Taylor’s a/theology:

If we are going to have theologians at all, it will be nice to have theologians with a sense of humor, a faculty in which Heidegger was notably deficient. But, as the old-fashioned kind, the kind without the slash, I keep wishing that we didn’t have any theologians. I wish we would stop running together the needs of religious believers with the needs of the philosophers.1