Collectivistic Religions: Religion, Choice, and Idendity in Late Modernity

Collectivistic Religions: Religion, Choice, and Idendity in Late Modernity

Slavica Jakelic


Collectivistic Religions attracts upon empirical experiences of Christianity in Europe to handle questions of faith and collective identification, faith and nationalism, faith and public existence, and faith and clash. It strikes past the makes an attempt to take on such questions by way of 'choice' and 'religious nationalism' through introducing the suggestion of 'collectivistic religions' to modern debates surrounding public religions.

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