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Contents<!Typesetter: PLEASE INSERT FOLIOS after each entry!> Figures and Tables Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Theorizing Religion Religion Visible and Invisible Against Theory Networking Symbols Three Ways of Being Religious 2. The Protestant Revolution The Divided Subject The Invisible Hand Privatization, Decentralization, Deregulation 3. Subjectivity and Modernity Freedom and Representation Figuring Subjects World as Work of Art 4. Religious Secularity Immanence and Transcendence Incarnation and Trinity Self-Embodiment of God Theology and Theory 5. Eclipse of the Real Deaths of God Consuming Images Cultivating Diversity 6. Recovering the Real Counterculture Securing the Base vii Marketing the New Age Base Closures 7. Religion without God Refiguring Life Emergent Creativity 8. Ethics without Absolutes Guide for the Perplexed Fluid Dynamics Notes Index viii
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Religion -- Philosophy.
Religion -- Philosophy -- History.
Postmodernism -- Religious aspects.
Civilization -- 20th century.
Religion and civilization.