Includes bibliographical references (p. -138).
|Statement||Nasr M. Arif.|
|LC Classifications||JF51 .A755 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 138 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||2002075245|
In recent years, there has been a rise in social movements and organizations that challenge the very foundations of liberal democracy on a global scale. Discrepancies of interests, ideological or worldview contradictions, and identity differences are more likely now to transform into destructive conflicts, and violence is used as a legitimate method for attaining political and economic :// The subtitle of Peter Gay's seminal book on the Enlightenment was, for those who do not recall, "the rise of modern paganism." The full meaning of this, however, was brought home to me only a few years ago when, upon giving birth to our second child, my wife was given the option of taking her placenta home in a plastic bag along with a recipe +Disenchantment. In its deeper, popular and everyday significance, disenchantment is not only about a condition of discontentment and disillusionment but also about the acquiescence and acceptance of those under the dominance of a specific form of power—the Divine Bureaucracy, which is the main focus of the :// “Smith's book is insightful, provocative, and wonderfully engaging. The Disenchantment of Secular Discourse challenges conventional academic wisdom and provides a welcome opportunity for others to re-examine their own positions.”―Michael J. Perry, author of The Political Morality of Liberal › Books › History › World.
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2 days ago The “disenchantment of the world” is a famous formulation of Max Weber’s, one taken up in Walter Benjamin’s “Elective Affinities” essay. This chapter analyzes Weber’s conception of disenchantment in the context of his work. Two aspects of his discussion can be distinguished: religious-historical and scientific-historical. Weber’s preference for principled consistency, for The main theme of the book is the resurgence in the countries of liberal democracy, the political movements that express an approval for violence as a mean of attaining group goals. From ancient time, violence was a commonly accepted, dominant way of gaining wealth, prestige, and fame, as well as a means of social control and socialization of young :// Political Man: The Social Bases of Politics (New York: Doubleday,) pp. Re-read "The Grocer and the Chief" (above). Karl Deutsch, "Social Mobilization and Political Participation," in Jason Finkle and Richard Gable, Political Development and Social See also Stanley Jeyaraja Tambiah, Magic, science, religion and the scope of rationality (Cambridge, ), esp. chs. 1–2; Marcel Gauchet, The disenchantment of the world: a political history of religion, trans. Oscar Burge (Princeton, ). The latter uses the concept as a