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The Sling of Utopia

Felix Wilfred (Author)
Synopsis Utopia is not an unreal figment of imagination, or a chimera we chase in futility. It is the projection of another real order of things, a different set of values, and a new shape of the world and society. The suppressed identities, women, minorities, Dalits and tribals and all those who are marginalized in any way, project their utopias. Utopia leaps out from the shoulder of many struggles to glimpse and experience the new and the different. Critique is indissociable from utopias.  An insatiable greed and callous individualism that neglect the poor and the weak, a concentration of power that refuses to accept democracy and participation, a homogenized order that denies pluralism, difference and minorities, a patriarchal culture that fails in gender justice, a nationalism that disowns the poor, a religious system that legitimizes inequalities, a consumerism that is pursued t the cost of the poor and nature-all these are brought under critical scrutiny in this book. The book wants to be a contribution to keep alive the utopias of the victims and their struggles.
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About the author

Felix Wilfred

Dr. FellixX Wilfred is Professor & Head in the Department of Christian Studies, School of Philosophy ad Religious Thought, University of Madras. His previous works published by ISPCK include books such as On the Banks of Ganges, The Sling of Utopia, Asian Dreams and Christian Hope, Margins - The site of Asian Theologies and Asian Public Theology: Critical Concerns in Challenging Times. Recently he edited a monumental volume, "The Oxford Handbook of christianity in Asia" shortly to be published by OUP, New York.

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Title The Sling of Utopia
Author Felix Wilfred
Format Softcover
Date published: 20.06.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8172148240
length 343p.