On the Hegemony of Liberal Individualism: A Reply to Williams
Rhys Williams has provided us a fascinating account of alternative conceptions of the public good, and the religious roots of these competing perspectives. His panoramic description of the rhetorical frameworks within which American politics (broadly construed) are contested is extraordinarily useful, and provides a valuable intellectual resource for many future analysts of the public roles of religion in democratic politics.
Individualism; Liberalism; Political science; Religion; Religion and politics
American Politics | Political Science | Religion
Jelen, T. G.
On the Hegemony of Liberal Individualism: A Reply to Williams.
Sociology of Religion, 60(1),