Religious Resistance to Neoliberalism Hardback

Womanist and Black Feminist Perspectives

by Keri Day;

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Religious Resistance to Neoliberalism

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Religious Resistance to Neoliberalism offers compelling and intersectional religious critiques of neoliberalism. Neoliberalism is the normative rationality of contemporary global capitalism that orders people to live by the generalized principle of competition in all social spheres of life. Keri Day asserts that neoliberalism and its moral orientations consequently breed radical distrust, lovelessness, disconnection, and alienation within society. She argues that engaging black feminist and womanist religious perspectives with Jewish and Christian discourses offers more robust critiques of a neoliberal economy. Employing womanist and black feminist religious perspectives, this book provides six theoretical, theologically constructive arguments to challenge the moral fragmentation associated with global markets. It strives to envision a pragmatic politics of hope.

Religious Resistance to Neoliberalism by Keri Day was published by Palgrave Macmillan in December 2015. The ISBN for Religious Resistance to Neoliberalism is 9781137569424.

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Details for Religious Resistance to Neoliberalism

Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan (December 2015)
Edition2015 ed.
Number of Pages256
Thickness14 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4342846
Page last updated 18th June 2018
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