Hello, Hypocrisy, My Old Friend: 'The Religion of the Future'

Hello, Hypocrisy, My Old Friend: 'The Religion of the Future'

By Megan Volpert

Roberto Mangabeira Unger eats his own tail in his helpless "new" synthesis of philosophy, religion, and politics. 16 Oct 2017 // 10:30 AM

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