By George González
Shape-Shifting Capital: non secular administration, severe idea, and the Ethnographic Project is located on the intersection of anthropology, severe concept, and philosophy of faith. First, González explores the phenomena of “workplace spirituality” in a language that's available to a normal readership. Taking modern developments in organizational administration as a case learn, he argues, when it comes to a close ethnographic examine of practitioners of place of work spirituality, that the conceptual and institutional obstacles among faith, technology, and capitalism are being redrawn by way of theologized administration appropriations of tropes borrowed from creativity conception and quantum mechanics. moment, González makes a case for a severe anthropology of faith that mixes existential issues for biography and intentionality with poststructuralist issues for energy, arguing that the ways that the personalization of metaphor bridges own and social histories additionally is helping result in broader epistemic shifts in society. eventually, in a postsecular age within which capitalism itself is explicitly and expectantly “spiritual,” González means that it's valuable to reorient our severe energies in the direction of a gift day assessment of postmodern capitalism’s boundary-blurring. González additional argues that the type of “existential deconstruction” played through what he calls “existential archeology” can serve the desires of any social feedback of neoliberal “religion” and company spirituality.