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The Routledge handbook of postsecularity

Author: Justin Beaumont
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Series: Routledge international handbooks.
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The Routledge Handbook of Postsecularity offers an internationally significant and comprehensive interdisciplinary collection which provides a series of critical reviews of the current state of the art and future trends in philosophical, theoretical, and conceptual terms. The volume likewise presents a range of empirical knowledges and engagements with postsecularity. A critical yet sympathetic dialogue across  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Justin Beaumont
ISBN: 9781315307824 1315307820 9781315307831 1315307839 9781315307800 1315307804 9781315307817 1315307812
OCLC Number: 1059513913
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 447 pages).
Contents: List of illustrationsList of contributorsAcknowledgementsINTRODUCTION1: Concepts, processes, and antagonisms of postsecularityJustin Beaumont and Klaus EderPART I: PHILOSOPHICAL MEDITATIONS2: Beyond belief: religion as the "dynamite of the people"Bruno Latour3: The difficulty of unforgivingMartin Beck Matusik4: The postsecular condition and the genealogy of postmetaphysical thinkingEduardo Mendieta5: Redemptive criticism or the critique of religionWarren S. Goldstein6: Post-atheism and minimal religion in RussiaMikhail Epstein7: The performative force of the postsecularHerbert de Vriese and Guido Vanheeswijck8: Postsecularism, reason, and violenceMichiel Leezenberg9: Theoretical framings of the postsecularManav Ratti10: Formations of the postsecular in educationDavid LewinPART II: THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES11: Redeeming the secularMatt Bullimore12: Christianity or barbarismDritero Demjaha13: Postsecular theologyHagar Lahav14: Political theology and postsecularityFrancis Schussler Fiorenza15: Postsecular prophetsRobert Joustra16: Anticipating postsecularityChristopher Rowland17: Pope Francis and the theology of the peopleRafael Luciani18: Interrogating the postsecularElaine Graham19: Postsecularity and urban theologyChris ShannahanPART III: THEORY, SPACE, SOCIAL RELATIONS20: Postsecular plasticity: expansive secularismGregor McLennan21: Dialogue with religious life in AsiaLily Kong and Junxi Qian22: Four genealogies of the postsecularKristina Stoeckl and Dmitry Uzlaner23: Beyond salvaging solidarityUmut Parmaksiz24: Christianity and the Indian diasporaRobbie Goh25: Resisting the transcendentChris Baker26: Architecture of radicalized postsecularismKryzsztof Nawatrek27: Islamophobia, apophatic pluralism, and imaginationGiuseppe Carta28: Some critical remarks on religious identityPeter Nynas29: After or against secularism: Muslims in EuropeKasia Narkowicz and Richard Philips30: Postsecularity in twenty questionsPhra Nicholas Thanissaro31: Unofficial geographies of religion and spirituality as postsecular spacesEdward WigleyPART IV: POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT32: (Re)enchanting secular people and politicsTimothy Stacey33: The Nordic far right and religious imageryOyvind Strommen34: Postsecularity prefiguredRoger SpeareAFTERWORD35: Reflexive secularizationEduardo Mendieta and Justin BeaumontIndex
Series Title: Routledge international handbooks.
Responsibility: edited by Justin Beaumont.

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The Routledge Handbook of Postsecularity offers an internationally significant and comprehensive interdisciplinary collection which provides a series of critical reviews of the current state of the art and future trends in philosophical, theoretical, and conceptual terms. The volume likewise presents a range of empirical knowledges and engagements with postsecularity. A critical yet sympathetic dialogue across disciplinary divides in an international context ensures that the volume covers a wide and interrelated intellectual and geographical scope. The editor's introduction with Klaus Eder offers a robust foundation for the volume, setting out the central aims and objectives, the rationale for the contributions, and an outline of the structure. Thorny issues of normativity and empirical challenges are highlighted for the reader. The handbook comprises four interrelated sections. Part I: Philosophical meditations discusses postsecularity from philosophical standpoints, and Part II: Theological perspectives presents contributions from a variety of theological viewpoints. Part III: Theory, space, social relations contains pieces from geography, planning, sociology, and religious studies that delve into theoretically informed empirical implications of postsecularity. Part IV: Political and social engagement offers chapters that emphasize the political and social implications of the debate. In the Afterword, Eduardo Mendieta joins the editor to reflect on the notion of reflexive secularization across the volume as a whole, alluding to new lines of inquiry. The handbook is an invaluable guide for graduate and advanced undergraduate teaching, and a key reference for students and scholars of human geography, sociology, political science, applied philosophy, urban and public theology, planning, and urban studies.

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