Religion as a Category of Governance and Sovereignty.

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Full title: Religion as a Category of Governance and Sovereignty.
Main author: Stack, Trevor.
Corporate Authors: Ebook Central Academic Complete.
Other authors: Goldenberg, Naomi.
Fitzgerald, Timothy.
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Edition: 1st ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Religion as a Category of Governance and Sovereignty
  • Copyright
  • Acknowledgements
  • List of Contributors
  • 1: Introduction
  • 2: Who is Madame M? Staking Out the Borders of Secular France
  • 3: "Citizens" and Their Stance toward "Religion"
  • 4: "A New Form of Government": Religious-Secular Distinctions in Pueblo Indian History
  • 5: The Category of "Religion" in Public Classification: Charity Registration of The Druid Network in England and Wales
  • 6: Sikhs, Sovereignty and Modern Government
  • 7: The Ancestral, the Religiopolitical
  • 8: Exclusive Pluralism: The Problems of Habermas' Postsecular Argument and the "Making of" Religion
  • 9: Capabilities, Religionizing Effects and Contemporary Jewishness
  • 10: Government, University and the Category of Religion: A Response from Critical Theology
  • 11: Negative Liberty, Liberal Faith Postulates and World Disorder
  • 12: The Category of Religion in the Technology of Governance: An Argument for Understanding Religions as Vestigial States
  • 13: Interrogating the Categories: Of Religion, Politics and the Space Between
  • 14: Afterword
  • Index.