Monday, May 11, 2015

Common Goods

A new book coming out discussing the spirituality of the Commons. See the link for the blurb. Also recall this article I referenced at Ning IPS, "Theopoetic/Theopolitic" by Keller and Caputo. An excerpt:

Keller: "Progressive theopolitics [...] does need concurrence on the formal criteria of progress: the actualization of social, ecological an
d planetary relations of justice with sustainability. [...] The more theology absorbs the methods of deconstruction and pluralism, the more the opposition between secularism and religion can itself be deconstructed. [...] Indeed ironically it may have been Hardt and Negri, those radically democratic and secular socialists, who kicked me into the evangelical register."


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