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In the first part of the paper, we engage in the discussion of the social capital literature, with an emphasis on emancipative social capital, and survey major factors responsible for the formation of collective action.
2005), we situate collective political actions within the framework of emancipative social capital theory.
Given this propensity for Islamic actors to support a democratic civil society, it is theoretically plausible to expect that Islam may be positively positioned to motivate citizens to participate in elite-challenging actions which promote emancipative social capital.
H1: A higher level of attachments to Islam (spiritual piety) is positively associated with higher levels of elite-challenging collective actions and, thus, promotes emancipative social capital.
An important requirement for emancipative social movements and the critical social sciences is thus to analyze the contradictions of the commercialization process, to politicize them, and to develop democratic as well as socially and environmentally just alternatives to the neoliberal logic of infrastructure supply.
The emancipative potential of critical theorizing was slowly recognized also within the field of applied criticism by more speculative essayists like Manolescu, Lucian Raicu, Martin, Marin Mincu, and Al.
Schillebeeckx advocates an emancipative political praxis that both relativizes and radicalizes the political.
50) There is no greater purpose or accomplishment for human beings on earth, Schillebeeckx claims, than living in solidarity with emancipative movements and collaborating in the realization of liberation from suffering.
The first claim identifies the historical occurence of emancipative liberations as the constitutive material of salvation from God.
56) Sporadic indications of criteria for evaluating whether political praxes are genuinely emancipative ensue from this conviction.
9) It is a norm that pays attention to the encounter of the Black community with God's emancipative grace and that springs forth from it.
Ironically, the "fetters" of theological dogmatics prove in truth to be an emancipative force.