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Geographies of postsecularity : re-envisioning politics, subjectivity and ethics

Author: Paul Cloke; Christopher Barton; Callum Sutherland; Andrew Williams
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.
Series: Routledge research in place, space, and politics series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book explores the hopeful possibility that emerging geographies of postsecularity are able to contribute significantly to the understanding of how common life may be shared, and how caring for the common goods of social justice, well-being, equality, solidarity and respect for difference may be imagined and practiced. Drawing on recent geographic theory to recalibrate ideas of the postsecular public sphere, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Cloke; Christopher Barton; Callum Sutherland; Andrew Williams
ISBN: 9781315670614 1315670615 9781317367642 1317367642 9781317367635 1317367634 9781317367628 1317367626
OCLC Number: 1081038040
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Genealogies 3. Subjectivities 4. Spaces 5. Political Practices 6. Wider Religious and Spatial Conditions 7. Conclusion
Series Title: Routledge research in place, space, and politics series.
Responsibility: Paul Cloke, Christopher Baker, Callum Sutherland and Andrew Williams.

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This book explores the hopeful possibility that emerging geographies of postsecularity are able to contribute significantly to the understanding of how common life may be shared, and how caring for the common goods of social justice, well-being, equality, solidarity and respect for difference may be imagined and practiced. Drawing on recent geographic theory to recalibrate ideas of the postsecular public sphere, the authors develop the case for postsecularity as a condition of being that is characterised by practices of receptive generosity, rapprochement between religious and secular ethics, and a hopeful re-enchantment and re-shaping of desire towards common life. The authors highlight the contested formation of ethical subjectivity under neoliberalism and the emergence of postsecularity within this process as an ethically-attuned politics which changes relations between religion and secularity and animates novel, hopeful imaginations, subjectivities, and praxes as alternatives to neoliberal norms. The spaces and subjectivities of emergent postsecularity are examined through a series of innovative case studies, including food banks, drug and alcohol treatment, refugee humanitarian activism in Calais, homeless participatory art projects, community responses to the Christchurch earthquakes in New Zealand, amongst others. The book also traces the global conditions for postsecularity beyond the Western and predominantly Christian-secular nexus of engagement. This is a valuable resource for students in several academic disciplines, including geography, sociology, politics, religious studies, international development and anthropology. It will be of great interest to secular and faith-based practitioners working in religion, spirituality, politics or more widely in public policy, urban planning and community development.

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