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Secular theories on religion : current perspectives /

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Other Authors: Jensen, Tim., Rothstein, Mikael.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Copenhagen : Museum Tusculanum Press, 2000.
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface /
  • Tim Jensen and Mikael Rothstein
  • Pragmatic Theory /
  • Catherine Bell
  • Analytical Theorizing in the Secular Study of Religion /
  • Armin W. Geertz
  • Reason without Consolation: Theological Misappropriations of the Discourse Theory of Jurgen Habermas and their Implications for the Study of Religion /
  • Marsha Hewitt
  • On Universals in the Study of Religion /
  • Jeppe Sinding Jensen
  • Beyond Essence and Intuition: A Reconsideration of Understanding in Religious Studies /
  • Morny Joy
  • Community and Locality in the Study of Religions /
  • Kim Knott
  • Follow the Genes: Religion as a Survival Strategy /
  • Gary Lease
  • Reflections on 'Theses on Method' /
  • Bruce Lincoln
  • A Radically Social Theory of Religion /
  • Burton L. Mack
  • Secular Theory and the Academic Study of Religion /
  • Luther H. Martin
  • From Theology to World Religions: Ernst Troeltsch and the Making of Religiongeschichte /
  • Tomoko Masuzawa
  • Critics not Caretakers: The Scholar of Religion as Public Intellectual /
  • Russell T. McCutcheon
  • Speaking Different Languages: Religion and the Study of Religion /
  • Tim Murphy
  • Religion, World, Plurality /
  • William E. Paden
  • Westernism Unmasked /
  • Michael Pye
  • Some Reflections on Approaches and Methodologies in the Study of Religions /
  • Kurt Rudolph
  • Making the Gender-Critical Turn /
  • Randi R. Warne
  • 'Why the Academic Study of Religion?' Motive and Method in The Study of Religion /
  • Donald Wiebe.