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Seasons of Our Discontent: Anti-Catholicism, Islamophobia, and Systemic Racism in the United States
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A Cult for the Bullied
It is commonplace to mock SJWs, feminists, and liberals for their ridiculous ideas, attitudes, and behaviors. This may be the cause of their behaviors in the first place. I suppose this is another take on the "coddled hypothesis" that some like to pu (More)
Studying Religion in the Era of Trump; Scholars' Roundtable Response | by Sarah E. Fredericks
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Studying Religion in the Era of Trump—Part 5 of a Scholars' Roundtable | by L. Benjamin Rolsky
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Studying Religion in the Era of Trump—Part 4 of a Scholars' Roundtable | by Arlene M. Sánchez-Walsh
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#DemocratsAreOverParty
Here is a somewhat bold prediction: the Democratic party will be done by 2020. We will have to see how 2018 turns out, but the parallel Labour party in the UK More)
Studying Religion in the Era of Trump—Part 3 of a Scholars' Roundtable | by Jawad Anwar Qureshi
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Studying Religion in the Era of Trump — Part 2 of a Scholars’ Roundtable | by Kent Brintnall
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Studying Religion in the Era of Trump — Part 1 of a Scholars’ Roundtable | by Anthony M. Petro
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Morten Thaning (Copenhagen Business School): "Ungovernable: Reassessing Foucault’s ethics in light of Agamben’s Pauline conception of use"
Morten Thaning Associate Professor of Philosophy, Department of Management, Politics, and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School Ungovernable: Reassessing (More)
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