Religion and Critical Psychology: The Ethics of Not-Knowing in the Knowledge Economy
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|Abstract||Introduction: The politics of religious experience -- The ethics of knowledge in the human sciences -- The ethical veil of the knowledge economy -- Binary knowledge and the protected category -- Economic formations of psychology and religion -- Religion, politics, and psychoanalysis -- Maslow's economy of religious experience -- Cognitive capital and the codification of religion -- Conclusion: Critique and the ethics of not-knowing.|
|Keywords||Psychology and religion Critical psychology Ethics Knowledge, Theory of Knowledge management Information technology|
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|Call number||BF51.C37 2007|
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