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Religions of modernity : relocating the sacred to the self and the digital

Author: Stef Aupers; Dick Houtman
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010.
Series: International studies in religion and society, 12.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Religions of Modernity' challenges the social-scientific orthodoxy that, once unleashed, the modern forces of individualism, science and technology inevitably erode the sacred and evoke the profane. The books chapters, some by established scholars, others by junior researchers, document instead in rich empirical detail how modernity relocates the sacred to the deeper layers of the self and the domain of digital  Read more...
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Religions of modernity.
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2010
(DLC) 2010013408
(OCoLC)591788367
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stef Aupers; Dick Houtman
ISBN: 9789004193697 9004193693 9789004184510 9004184511
OCLC Number: 667271503
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 273 pages)
Contents: Religions of modernity : relocating the sacred to the self and the digital / Dick Houtman and Stef Aupers --
Real religion and fuzzy spirituality? : taking sides in the sociology of religion / Linda Woodhead --
I did it my way? : individual choice and social conformity in New Age religion / Olav Hammer --
Private religion in the public sphere : life spirituality in civil society / Siobhan Chandler --
Seeing invisible religion : religion as a societal conversation about transcendent meaning / Kelly Besecke --
Ethics of sensitivity : towards a new work ethic / Kirsten Marie Bovbjerg --
Beyond the spiritual supermarket : the social and public significance of New Age spirituality / Stef Aupers and Dick Houtman --
Silicon Valley New Age : the co-constitution of the digital and the sacred / Dorien Zandbergen --
Science, fiction and religion : about real and Raelian possible worlds / Carly Machado --
Religion and spirituality in science fiction narratives : a case of multiple modernities? / Adam Possamai and Murray Lee --
'Where the zeroes meet the ones' : exploring the affinity between magic and computer technology / Stef Aupers --
Digital apocalypse : the implicit religiosity of the millennium bug scare / Karen Pärna.
Series Title: International studies in religion and society, 12.
Responsibility: edited by Stef Aupers and Dick Houtman.

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