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              Eugene McCarraher


              Eugene McCarraher is an associate professor of humanities at Villanova University and author of The Enchantments of Mammon: Capitalism as the Religion of Modernity.

              A Divine Comedy

              from America on the Brink, Volume 22, Number 3

              Like the “radical orthodoxy” associated with John Milbank, Stanley Hauerwas, and an array of other British and American theologians, Hart’s project of rejuvenation has been no narrowly theological or academic exercise.

              Dearly Beloved

              from The Evening of Life, Volume 20, Number 3

              Although he was more iconoclast than apostle, Bourne can point us toward a politics of love.

              Prophecy in Unbelieving Form

              from The Post-Modern Self, Volume 19, Number 1

              “Critical theory” was the Frankfurt School’s elaborate alibi for the proletariat’s dereliction of its historical duty.

              We Have Never Been Disenchanted

              from Re-enchantment, Volume 17, Number 3

              Capitalism has been a form of enchantment, a metamorphosis of the sacred in the raiment of secularity. With money as its ontological marrow, it represents a moral and metaphysical imagination as well as a sublimation of our desire for the presence of divinity in the everyday world.

              Capitalism and Our Moral Imagination

              from Work and Dignity, Volume 14, Number 3

              Markets and property systems are related, but they are not the same: markets are about exchange and money; property about ownership and power.

              Domestic Arrangements

              from Meditations on Exile and Home, Volume 7, Number 3

              For too long, Americans have followed Thoreau back to the safety of the hut, only to discover that the lives they lived were full of quiet desperation.

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