|Title:||Weber and the Persistence of Religion|
|Authors:||W.H. Lough, Joseph|
|Keywords:||Capitalism and the Sublime|
|Description:||At perhaps no other time in history have religion and spirituality played such important social and political roles in our world; and, yet, most people still feel that contemporary society is predominantly secular and that our world is largely disenchanted. Taking Max Weber’s interpretations of capitalism and religion as its point of departure, Weber and the Persistence of Religion re-examines a wide range of classical and contemporary texts, from Immanuel Kant to Jean Baudrillard, to help explain the peculiar character of religion and spirituality in mature capitalist societies|
|Appears in Collections:||Religion|
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