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Author Piraino, Francesco

Title Religious Dimensions of Conspiracy Theories Comparing and Connecting Old and New Trends
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2022


Description 1 online resource (307 p.)
Series Conspiracy Theories Ser
Conspiracy Theories Ser
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures and Tables -- 1 Introduction: Religious Dimensions of Conspiracy Theories -- Part I Reading History with New (Conspiracist) Lenses -- 2 The Bacchanalian Conspiracy: From the Paranoid Style to Conspirituality -- 3 Magic, Money, Ink, and Blood: Mediating the Social Body in the Case of Simon of Trent -- 4 Anti-Masonic Conspiracy Theories and Universal Religion: From the French Revolution to the New World Order
5 Conceptualising Secret Societies and Conspiracy Theories in Imperial Japan: From Countering Socialism to Rescuing Jewish Refugees -- Part II Connecting New Phenomena with Old Trends -- 6 Esoteric Nationalism and Conspiracism in WWI -- 7 'Going to the Ends of the Earth to Unmask Conspiracy': Radical Skepticism in the Modern Gnostic Narratives of the Lectorium Rosicrucianum -- 8 'Toxic Positivity': From New Thought to Donald Trump -- 9 Conspiracy Theory, Altered States, and Alternative Community: Conspiracy Beliefs in a Sample of Nordic Yoga-Practitioners
10 Conspiracy Theories in Africa: A Continuum of Narratives about Evil Agents -- 11 When Conspiracy Meets Faith: Making Sense of Tragic Events in Bucharest, Romania -- 12 Jesuit Fathers, Maronites, Muslim ʿUlamāʼ, and Islamists: The Role of Religious Institutions and Organisations in the Spread of the Judeo-Masonic Conspiracy Myth in the Middle East -- 13 The Eurasia Network: Riding the Conspiracist Tiger in Contemporary Italy -- 14 Qvangelicalism: QAnon as a Hyper-Real Religion -- Index
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Form Electronic book
Author Pasi, Marco
Asprem, Egil
ISBN 9781000782653