Subjective Tensions, Flourishing, and Multidimensional Selves
Ultimately the accounts in the final chapter show how it is through grappling with and reflectively attempting to manage tensions—and not simply within the singular lines of discursive logic—that Islamic subjectivity, or moral subjectivity of any kind, emerges in people’s lives. The book’s coda thus suggests that this sort of reflection and work is inherent in moral life, as intrinsic to the subjectivity of human flourishing as it is to the subjectivity of dysfunction, subjugation, and suffering.
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