Table of Contents – Implicit Religion, Issue 20.4 (2017)

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Implicit Religion
Issue 20.4 (2017) table of contents


The Fetishization Effect: The Manipulation Power of the Machete in the Rwandan Genocide
Breann Fallon

Perfectly Present: Mindfulness Curriculum as Implicit Religion
Mary Hale

Review Article
A Clockwork Freedom
Marek Sullivan

Letters to the Editor/Responses
Interview: Categorising “Religion”: From Case Studies to Methodology
Teemu Taira

Comments: The Deconstruction of Religion: So What Next in the Debate?
Paul Hedges

Response: Is it Time to Become Theoretical Vegans? Notes on How to Practice Religious Studies without “Religion”
Neil George

Response: What Happens After the Deconstruction
Russell T. McCutcheon

Response: Whither the Study of Religion and Culture?
Richard Newton

Response: On Deconstructing the Deconstruction of the Deconstruction of the Category of Religion
Malory Nye

Response: The Blind Leading the Seeing
Race MoChridhe

Assembling Our Theoretical Toolboxes: A Response
Teemu Taira

Book Reviews-open access
The Human Quest for Meaning: Theories, Research and Applications, edited by Paul T. P. Wong
Israel Selvanayagam

Plato’s Gods by Gerd Van Riel
Stella Mills

Critical Reflections on Indigenous Religions, by James L. Cox
Barbara Hanson

Ritual and the Sacred: A Neo-Durkheimian Analysis of Politics, Religion and the Self, by Massimo Rosati
Kees de Groot

Rediscovering Confession The Practice of Forgiveness and Where it Leads, by David A. Steere
Stella Mills

Tacit & Explicit Knowledge, by Harry Collins
Barbara Hanson

In Praise of Doubt: How to Have Convictions Without Becoming a Fanatic, by Peter Berger and Anton Zijderveld
Kevin Lewis

Faith and Reason: Their Roles in Religious and Secular Life, by D. A. Crosby and Faith: What It Is and What It Isn’t, by T. W. Tilley
Ann Bowes

Jack Laughlin
University of Sudbury, Canada
David G. Robertson
Open University / Religious Studies Project, UK

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ISSN 1463-9955 (print)
ISSN 1743-1697 (online)

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