Table of contents for Powers of the secular modern : Talal Asad and his interlocutors / edited by Charles Hirschkind and David Scott.

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@toc2:1	Introduction: The Anthropological Skepticism of Talal Asad
@tocca:David Scott and Charles Hirschkind	000
@toc2:2	Secularization Revisited: A Reply to Talal Asad
@tocca:José Casanova	000
@toc2:3	What is an "Authorizing Discourse"?
@tocca:Steven C. Caton	000
@toc2:4	Fasting for Laden: The Politics of Secularization in Contemporary India
@tocca:Partha Chatterjee	000
@toc2:5	Europe: A Minor Tradition
@tocca:William E. Connolly	000
@toc2:6	Secularism and the Argument from Nature
@tocca:Veena Das	000
@toc2:7	On General and Divine Economy: Talal Asad's Genealogy of the Secular and Emmanuel Levinas's Critique of Capitalism, Colonialism, and Money
@tocca:Hent de Vries	000
@toc2:8	The Tragic Sensibility of Talal Asad
@tocca:David Scott	000
@toc2:9	The Grammar of Redemption
@tocca:George Shulman	000
@toc2:10	Subjects and Agents in the history of Imperialism and Resistance
@tocca:Jon E. Wilson	000
@toc2:11	Responses
@tocca:Talal Asad	000
@toc4:Appendix: The Trouble of Thinking: An Interview with Talal Asad
@tocca:David Scott	000
@toc4:Talal Asad: A Bibliography
@tocca:Zainab Saleh	000
@toc4:Notes	000
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ethnology -- Philosphy.
Ethnology -- Eastern Hemisphere -- Philosophy.
Postcolonialism -- Eastern Hemisphere.
Secularization -- Eastern Hemisphere.
Asad, Talal -- Criticism and interpretation.