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Chapter twenty Religious Freedom in the Panopticon of Enlightenment Rationality Peter G. Danchin The contract may have been regarded as the ideal foundation of law and political power; panopticism constituted the technique, universally widespread, of coercion. It continued to work in depth on the juridical structures of society, in order to make the effective mecha- nisms of power function in opposition to the formal framework that it had acquired. The “Enlightenment,” which discovered the liberties, also invented the disciplines.—Michel Foucault, Discipline

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. Beyond Establishment 207 Lori G. Beaman Contents ix Chapter 18. The Bishops, the Sisters, and Religious Freedom 220 Elizabeth A. Castelli Chapter 19. The World That Smith Made 231 Winnifred Fallers Sullivan Chapter 20. Religious Freedom in the Panopticon of Enlightenment Rationality 240 Peter G. Danchin Chapter 21. Everson’s Children 253 Ann Pellegrini PART 4 . Freedom Preface Saba Mahmood 265 Chapter 22. Protecting Freedom of Religion in the Secular Age 269 Cécile Laborde Chapter 23. Freeing Religion at the Birth of South Sudan 280 Noah Salomon Chapter 24. Is

, where the concept, despite having a genuinely long- lived history, has also acquired new urgency.2 Yet participation as conventionally defined— primarily with reference to formal political institutions— no longer fits our present circumstances. Neither the paradigm of representative democracy nor that of deliberative democracy seems fully adequate to our circumstances. Enlightenment- era ideals of individual self- interest and sovereign agency, as well as their post- modernist critiques, leave us underequipped to cultivate political agency in contemporary

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