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Opis: The Origins of Neoliberalism - Dotan Leshem

Dotan Leshem recasts the history of the West from an economic perspective, bringing politics, philosophy, and the economy closer together and revealing the significant role of Christian theology in shaping economic and political thought. He begins with early Christian treatment of economic knowledge and the effect of this interaction on ancient politics and philosophy. He then follows the secularization of the economy in liberal and neoliberal theory. Leshem draws on Hannah Arendt's history of politics and Michel Foucault's genealogy of economy and philosophy. He consults exegetical and apologetic tracts, homilies and eulogies, manuals and correspondence, and Church canons and creeds to trace the influence of the economy on Christian orthodoxy. Only by relocating the origins of modernity in Late Antiquity, Leshem argues, can we confront the full effect of the neoliberal marketized economy on contemporary societies. Then, he proposes, a new political philosophy that re-secularizes the economy will take shape and transform the human condition. Dotan Leshem's important book makes a very powerful and original contribution to an increasingly significant discussion across different disciplines. Its consistency, erudition, and relevance for contemporary research into the 'theological' genealogy of economy and government is impressive indeed. -- tienne Balibar, author of Violence and Civility: On the Limits of Political Philosophy In my opinion, this work is the most significant text so far in the field of what has come to be termed 'political theology.' Through his wide-ranging and careful scholarship, Leshem shows the extent to which a theological, biblically based dimension totally altered the operative categories of political virtue. -- John Milbank, author of Beyond Secular Order: The Representation of Being and the Representation of the People This dazzling book takes us on an intellectual journey of rare substance. It demonstrates that our current predicament-the dominance of economic 'rationality,' the imperatives of growth-is at once newer and older, narrower and broader, than we have been taught. This is a humbling and teaching book that will change, that must change, the way we conceive of the economic in its relation to the political, the philosophical, and the theological. An economist and a philosopher, Leshem writes with masterful intensity and compellingly calls for an extraordinary transformation, for an 'ethical economy,' for nothing less than a new political philosophy. -- Gil Anidjar, author of Blood: A Critique of ChristianityAcknowledgmentsList of AbbreviationsIntroduction: Economy Before Christ1. From Oikos to Ecclesia2. Modeling the Economy3. Economy and Philosophy4. Economy and Politics5. Economy and the Legal Framework6. From Ecclesiastical to Market EconomyNotesWorks CitedIndex


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Tytuł: The Origins of Neoliberalism
Autor: Dotan Leshem
Wydawnictwo: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231177764
Rok wydania: 2016
Ilość stron: 248
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.45 kg


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The Origins of Neoliberalism

Dotan Leshem recasts the history of the West from an economic perspective, bringing politics, philosophy, and the economy closer together and revealing the significant role of Christian theology in shaping economic and political thought. He begins with early Christian treatment of economic knowledge and the effect of this interaction on ancient politics and philosophy. He then follows the secularization of the economy in liberal and neoliberal theory. Leshem draws on Hannah Arendt's history of politics and Michel Foucault's genealogy of economy and philosophy. He consults exegetical and apologetic tracts, homilies and eulogies, manuals and correspondence, and Church canons and creeds to trace the influence of the economy on Christian orthodoxy. Only by relocating the origins of modernity in Late Antiquity, Leshem argues, can we confront the full effect of the neoliberal marketized economy on contemporary societies. Then, he proposes, a new political philosophy that re-secularizes the economy will take shape and transform the human condition. Dotan Leshem's important book makes a very powerful and original contribution to an increasingly significant discussion across different disciplines. Its consistency, erudition, and relevance for contemporary research into the 'theological' genealogy of economy and government is impressive indeed. -- tienne Balibar, author of Violence and Civility: On the Limits of Political Philosophy In my opinion, this work is the most significant text so far in the field of what has come to be termed 'political theology.' Through his wide-ranging and careful scholarship, Leshem shows the extent to which a theological, biblically based dimension totally altered the operative categories of political virtue. -- John Milbank, author of Beyond Secular Order: The Representation of Being and the Representation of the People This dazzling book takes us on an intellectual journey of rare substance. It demonstrates that our current predicament-the dominance of economic 'rationality,' the imperatives of growth-is at once newer and older, narrower and broader, than we have been taught. This is a humbling and teaching book that will change, that must change, the way we conceive of the economic in its relation to the political, the philosophical, and the theological. An economist and a philosopher, Leshem writes with masterful intensity and compellingly calls for an extraordinary transformation, for an 'ethical economy,' for nothing less than a new political philosophy. -- Gil Anidjar, author of Blood: A Critique of ChristianityAcknowledgmentsList of AbbreviationsIntroduction: Economy Before Christ1. From Oikos to Ecclesia2. Modeling the Economy3. Economy and Philosophy4. Economy and Politics5. Economy and the Legal Framework6. From Ecclesiastical to Market EconomyNotesWorks CitedIndex

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Szczegóły: The Origins of Neoliberalism - Dotan Leshem

Tytuł: The Origins of Neoliberalism
Autor: Dotan Leshem
Wydawnictwo: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231177764
Rok wydania: 2016
Ilość stron: 248
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