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Some Post-Colonial Narratives on Spirituality and Yoga

by Matt Sheedy A friend of mine recently tipped me to a website and Facebook group called Decolonizing Yoga. The group describes itself as committed to Challenging racism, patriarchy, capitalism, colonialism, ableism, heteronormativity and privilege within yoga and spirituality. A … Continue reading

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On the Uses of ‘Native Spirituality’

                  by Matt Sheedy In his essay appearing in Religious Experience: A Reader  (Equinox 2012), Craig Martin argues that William James’ rhetoric on religion lends itself to a naive empiricism by putting … Continue reading

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