Andrew Collier (philosopher)
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"The Masters of Suspicion"Edit
- in Transcendence: Critical Realism and God (2013)
- Most atheists, if they worship anything, worship something which really exists but is not worthy of worship.
- p. 84
- Religion always poses a problem for capitalism because, by saying that some things are sacred, it insists that not everything is saleable.
- p. 85
- In order for capitalism to have a clear path, it needs to profane all that is sacred; there must be no limits to what is saleable. The totalitarian commercialism which is now the established Church throughout the West has come close to achieving this.
- p. 85