Table of contents for Public vision, private lives : Rousseau, religion, and 21st-century democracy / Mark S. Cladis ; With a new essay by the author.

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Contents
Preface		xi
Acknowledgments
Religion, Democracy, and Modernity: The Case for Progressive Spiritual Democracy
Preparing for the Journey: An Introduction		3
1 From the Garden to the City: The Tragic Passage
1. Nature's Garden		35
2. Revisiting the Garden's Solitaires		44
3. From the Garden to the Blessed Country: The Precarious Passage		52
4. The Rush to Slavery		64
5. The City: Life in the Ousted Condition		79
6. Overcoming Moral Evil: Rousseau at the Crossroads		100
2 Paths to Redemption
7. Reforming the City: The Extreme Public Path		125
8. Evading the City: The Private Path		154
9. The Mountain Village: The Path to Family, Work, Community, and Love	
	172
10. Reconciling Citizen and Solitaire: Religious Dimensions of the Middle Way	
	187
11. Residual Conflict: Democracy and Ineluctable Friction		214
Conclusion
A Way Forward: Rousseau and 21st-Century Democracy		229
Notes		249
Works Cited		279
Index		285

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778.
Democracy.
Privacy.
Public interest.
Religion and politics.