Buffered self — In the modern social imaginary, the self is sort of insulated in an interior “mind,” no longer vulnerable to the transcendent or the demonic. Contrast with the porous self.
This is a glossary of terms created from James K.A. Smith's book, "How (Not) To Be Secular: Reading Charles Taylor"
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