Religion and Political Thought
This book provides an essential resource for studies in religion and politics. It is divided into three parts, beginning with an introduction outlining the contemporary relevance of reviewing the relationship between the two subject areas; a brief history of the interactions between religion and politics that have pertained both in East and the West, and the key concepts that relate these two fields. The second section comprises a selection of classic readings. This title is ideal for students of both religion and politics and general readers who are interested in the topics.
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Table des matières
THE DIVISION OF CHRISTS POLITICAL BODY
THE LEGITIMATION OF SOVEREIGN POWER
RELIGION IN DEMOCRATIC CULTURE
POLITICS AFTER RELIGION
THE CONTEMPORARY DEBATES
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America ancien régime Aquinas Aristotle Augustine authority become believe body called Carl Schmitt Catholic century Chapter Christ Christian Church citizens civil religion common concept condition constitution covenant criticism critique culture Dante deism democracy democratic divine earthly Emperor Empire Enlightenment equality evil excerpt faith fear freedom French gender German God's graffiti Hebrew Bible Hobbes human idea individual James VI/I Jesus Johann Baptist Metz Joseph de Maistre king kingdom kingship Lenin Liberation Theology live Lord Luther Machiavelli Maistre Marx means Metz modern monarchy moral nation nature peace philosophy Political Theology political theory Pope priests princes principle punishment Queer Queer theory radical reason relation religion and politics religious Revolution Roman Rousseau rule ruler Scripture secular sexual Simone Weil social contract society soul sovereign sovereignty spiritual St Paul temporal things thinking tion Tocqueville tradition true understanding words Young Hegelians