Mysticism and Monopoly Capitalism.

Fri, 13 Oct 1995 12:04:16 -0400

formations presents intriguing possibilities-I think to reduce religous
expression in Taiwan and elsewhere merely to a masking ideology is overly
reductionist. While I think relgion plays a key role in economic perceptions
and economic relations, I do think it is limiting to our understanding of
religious phenomena to describe it solely in terms of economic formations.
I know that in the materialist/anti-materialist debate it is proper
ettiquette to chose sides: to either place economics at the center of
everthing, or ignore it completely. Yet, here I standing in the middle of
the road with the yellow lines and the dead armadillos. I think I hear
engines reving up.