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Religion, Community and Modernity (Sage, 1997)

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Philip A. Mellor, Chris Shilling. The book places the relationship between embodiment and the sacred at the crux of social theory and casts a fresh light on the emergence and transformation of modernity.

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So the book is part of the global reaction against early and mid-20thcentury theories, seeing the state as the bringer of social, economic, and moral improvement to the world. Yet, it is not written from the political Right. Scotts sympathies lie with the poor farmers of the global South, the true purveyors of practical rationality, their experiments strongly disciplined by their need to survive by respecting their small piece of nature. But the attribution really requires a better theory of modern states than he possesses.

Published in Association with Theory Culture & Society. The book places the relationship between the embodiment and the sacred at the crux of social theory, and casts a fresh light on the emergence and transformation of modernity.

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Through an analysis of successive re-formations of the body, this innovative and penetrating book constructs a fascinating and wide-ranging account of how the creation and evolution of different patterns of human community are intimately related to the somatic experience of the sacred.

The book places the relationship between the embodiment and the sacred at the crux of social theory, and casts a fresh light on the emergence and transformation of modernity. It critically examines the thesis that the rational projects of modern embodiment have `died and gone to cyberspace′, and suggests that we are witnessing the rise of a virulent, effervescent form of the sacred which is changing how people `see′ and `keep in touch′ with t


Re-forming the Body: Religion, Community and Modernity (Published in association with Theory, Culture & Society) download epub
Religious Studies
Author: Chris Shilling,Philip A Mellor
ISBN: 0803977220
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Religious Studies
Language: English
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 1 edition (May 6, 1997)
Pages: 240 pages