The summary aspect of our book event ended over the weekend and I feel it was overall a success. I want to thank all those who participated in the book event. There were some interesting thoughts put forward for future work in the comments and I hope that we see some work that builds off of Goodchild’s coming from folks like Clayton and Lissa. I hope that those readers throughout the blogosophere that linked to us over the book event will feel free to use this post to continue any discussion as they digest the method and concepts in Theology of Money. Below you’ll find an index to the individual summaries and Goodchild’s response. Thanks, finally, to Adam, Brad, Lissa, Michael, Alex, Clayton, and Dan for the outstanding job on the summaries.
An index to the posts is provided here:
- Preface to the US Edition and Introduction
- 1. Power
- 2. The End of Modernity
- 3. Ecology of Money
- 4. Politics of Money
- 5. Theology of Money
- 6. Metaphysics & Credit
- 7. The Price of Credit
- 8. A Modest Proposal: Evaluative Credit
- Conclusion: On Redemption
- Response from Philip Goodchild
Again, for those who were unable to keep up with the pace of reading, please feel free to use this post for further discussion.