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Questions of discipline are, today, no less ubiquitous than when under Foucault's renowned scrutiny, but what does 'discipline' in diverse religious systems actually entail? In this article, we take 'lenience' rather than discipline as a starting point and compare its potential, both structural and ideological, in religious contexts where disciplinary flexibility shores up greater encompassing projects of moral perfectionism as opposed to those contexts in which disciplinary flexibility is adoi:10.3167/sa.2018.620301 fatcat:4ddtnubqd5dnlfwzduupkmppbu