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Countering post-modern cynicism, Hinderly (religious studies, Arizona State University) offers an inter-personal, communicative, and affective account of the self, thought, and freedom. In so doing he argues for the possibility of decency and an ethics of altruism and love. Chapters discuss the role of propaganda and indoctrination in contemporary society, contrast ideology and theory, argue for the possibility of freedom, present an account of freedom that fits within that possible range, describe the relation between critical thought and feeling, and consider the place of religion in this conceptual scheme. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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