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Roger A. Salerno

essential to the success of neoliberalism as an ideology and to capitalism as a system of constant innovation. A major proponent of mistrust was Plato (The Republic, VII 514a-521d), who argued that critical reasoning is the basis of human survival, not trust. He warned that it is easy to confuse

Power, Ideology and Authority

Two Case Studies from the Daudi Bohras

Jonah Blank

ideological, and the outcome was de facto structural schism: A portion of the community rejected the clergy’s definition of its spiritual authority, and were effectively separated from the rest of the group. Since 2014, the focus has been structural, and the outcome may turn ideological: When the apex

Paul J. Watson

science and religion and was committed to fostering a dialogue not only between religions but between religions and disciplines that study them. Dialogue is an integral part of his Ideological Surround Model. This book is a fitting tribute to a scholar who sought to foster understanding between psychology

Narrative and Ideology

The Promises and Pitfalls of Postliberal Theology

Sam Houston

, it is important to recognize the varied ways by which groups within and outside of the church construct social worlds and ideological frameworks, often in competition with each other for legitimacy. 4 These conceptual insights require that we give due attention to the power of both narrative and

The Ideology of Burgundy

The Promotion of National Consciousness, 1364-1565

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Edited by Jonathan Boulton and Jan Veenstra

This book is a collection of eight essays on the ideology of Burgundy, dealing with the body of ideas, images, institutions and narrative fictions produced at the behest of the Valois dukes to create and maintain their incipient domanial state in the period from roughly 1364 to the 1560s. Nation building requires an ideological framework and the successive dukes, their officers and their court intellectuals all contributed to a self-determinative image of Burgundy which became visible in their literature, in their quest for a regal title, in the foundation of the Order of the Golden Fleece and in their propaganda. The essays approach the themes of the collection from the perspective of several disciplines, and together present a well-rounded picture of Burgundian nation-building.

Contributors include: D’A.J.D. Boulton, Jan Dumolyn, Malte Prietzel, Graeme Small, Robert Stein, Bernhard Sterchi, Jan R. Veenstra, and David J. Wrisley.

Between Evidence and Ideology

Essays on the History of Ancient Israel read at the Joint Meeting of the Society for Old Testament Study and the Oud Testamentisch Werkgezelschap Lincoln, July 2009

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Edited by Bob E.J.H. Becking and Lester Grabbe

The historiography of Ancient Israel is much debated. The various approaches are never void of ideology and some reckon more with the available evidence than others. This volume consists of a set of case-studies that reveal the difficulties that arise when trying to write a history as honestly as possible. This implies that both the archaeology of Ancient Palestine - the finds and their interrogation - as well as the Philosophy of History - their models and their implications - are discussed. The outcome is a variety of approaches that inform the reader of current views on the history of Ancient Israel.

Beverley Best

Thank you to Rick Gruneau for his astute comments on an earlier version of this paper, as well as to my anonymous reviewers at Historical Materialism for their insightful suggestions and challenges. Introduction: End of Ideology, Again? Critics have perennially slated the concept of

Daniel Stotland

aspect of the overall matrix—be it the wartime propaganda ably explored by Richard Brody in Ideology and Political Mobilization: The Soviet Home Front During World War II , or Moscow of 1941 exhaustingly portrayed by Rodric Braithwaite’s Moscow 1941: A City and Its People at War . Both approaches

Jorge Dagnino

* Acknowledgment: The article forms part of my FONDECYT project N.3140039, Chile. This article sets out to address, within the realm of the history of political ideologies, Fascism’s attempt to refashion humankind. The central thesis is that the myth of the New Man can enhance our understanding

G. Anthony Keddie

-articulated concept of “ideology” based largely on the thought of Louis Althusser. I will proceed to use this concept as an analytical tool for interpreting the Testament of Moses , a first-century C.E. Judaean apocalyptic text which vilifies the Hasmoneans, Herodians, and priestly aristocracy along with foreign