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Religious Intimacies: Intersubjectivity in the Modern Christian West

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by Mary Dunn Dunn, Brenna Moore Moore

    • Book Format

      Paperback

    • Publisher

      Indiana University Press

    • Published

      November 2020

    • Weight

      355g

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      Religious Intimacies: Intersubjectivity in the Modern Christian West

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      Scholars of religion have come a long way since William James famously made of religion a matter between man and his maker. For decades now, they have been attentive to the ways in which religion takes shape as the product of broad social forces, focusing on the dynamics of power and culture as heuristics for understanding religious phenomena and experience.

      What, however, might they be missing by moving too quickly from one interpretative extreme to the other--and what might we learn about religion by staying in the interstitial space between the individual in her solitude and society as a whole?

      Religious Intimacies, edited by Mary Dunn and Brenna Moore, brings together nine scholars of modern Christianity to probe this in-between space. In essays that range from treatments of Jesuit-indigenous relations in early modern Canada to the erotics of contemporary black theology, each contributor makes the case for the study of the presence and power of affective ties and relational dynamics between friends, lovers, and intimate others (even things) as vital to the understanding of religion.

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      • Book Format

        Paperback

      • Publisher

        Indiana University Press

      • Published

        November 2020

      • Weight

        355g

      • Dimensions

        153 x 229 x 14 mm

      • ISBN

        9780253049865

      • ISBN-10

        0253049865

      • Eden Code

        5223873

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      • ISBN: 9780253049865

      • Publisher: Indiana University Press

      • Release Date: November 2020

      • Weight: 355g

      • Dimensions: 153 x 229 x 14 mm

      • Eden Code: 5223873


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