The politics of postsecular religion : mourning secular futures / Ananda Abeysekara.

By: Abeysekara, Ananda, 1968-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Insurrections: Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 2008Description: xvi, 324 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780231142908 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780231512671 (ebook)Subject(s): Religion | Secularism | DemocracyDDC classification: 201/.72 LOC classification: BL51 | .A33 2008
Contents:
Thinking the Un-improvable, Thinking the Un-inheritable -- Aporias of Secularism -- Postcolonial Community or Democratic Responsibility? A Problem of Inheritance -- Toward Mourning Political Sovereignty: A Politics "Between a No-Longer and a Not-Yet"? -- Im-passable Limits of Fugitive Politics: Identity for and Against Itself -- Active Forgetting of History, the "Im-possibility" of Justice -- Politics of "Postsecular" Ethics, Futures of Anti-genealogy: Community Without Community?
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Thinking the Un-improvable, Thinking the Un-inheritable -- 2. Aporias of Secularism -- 3. Postcolonial Community or Democratic Responsibility? A Problem of Inheritance -- 4. Toward Mourning Political Sovereignty: A Politics "Between a No-Longer and a Not-Yet"? -- 5. Im-passable Limits of Fugitive Politics: Identity for and Against Itself -- 6. Active Forgetting of History, the "Im-possibility" of Justice -- 7. Politics of "Postsecular" Ethics, Futures of Anti-genealogy: Community Without Community?

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