- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Varieties of Modern Enchantment
- Chapter 1 “Broken Knowledge”
- Chapter 2 Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered: William James's Feeling of “If”
- Chapter 3 Waste Lands and Silly Valleys: Wittgenstein, Mass Culture, and Re-Enchantment
- Chapter 4 Homeless Gardens
- Chapter 5 The Modernist Imagination of Place and the Politics of Regionalism: Puig i Cadafalch and Early Twentieth-Century Barcelona
- Chapter 6 Modern Magic: Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin and Stéphane Mallarmé
- Chapter 7 The Rocambolesque and the Modern Enchantment of Popular Fiction
- Chapter 8 “Lost in Focused Intensity”: Spectator Sports and Strategies of Re-Enchantment
- Chapter 9 Permanent Re-Enchantments: On Some Literary Uses of the Supernatural from Early Empiricism to Modern Aesthetics
- Chapter 10 Gnosophilia: Bloch, Benjamin, and the Authority of Counter-Tradition
- Chapter 11 The Birth of Ideology from the Spirit of Myth: Georges Sorel Among the Idéologues
- Chapter 12 Nietzsche on Redemption and Transfiguration
- Epilogue: What Hearing Knows
- Works Cited
- The Re-Enchantment of the World
- Stanford University Press
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