“A religion may be discerned in capitalism — that is to say, capitalism serves essentially to allay…”

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“A religion may be discerned in capitalism — that is to say, capitalism serves essentially to allay the same anxieties, torments, and disturbances to which the so-called religions offered answers.”

Walter Benjamin, “Capitalism as Religion”, Walter Benjamin: Selected Writings

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