The Sacred Is the Profane: The Political Nature of Religion
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Table of Contents

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Introduction: On the Persistence of Imagining Religion
Chapter One: On the Definition of Religion
Chapter Two: Words, Words, Wordbooks, Or Everything Old is New Again
Chapter Three: Contemporary Reinventions of Religion: Disney and the Academy
Chapter Four: ''Just Follow the Money'': The Cold War, the Humanistic Study of Religion, and the Fallacy of Insufficient Cynicism
Chapter Five: Will Your Cognitive Anchor Hold in the Storms of Culture?
Chapter Six: Maps of Nothing in Particular: Religion as a Cross-Cultural Taxon?
Chapter Seven: ''They Licked the Platter Clean'': On the Co-Dependency of the Religious and the Secular
Chapter Eight: The Origins of Christianity Within, and Without, ''Religion'': An Exploration and Application
Afterword
Notes
Bibliography
Index
 
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