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Religion in dialogue with late modern society

Ann AldГ©n

Religion in dialogue with late modern society

a constructive contribution to a Christian spiritually informed by Buddhist-Christian encounters

by Ann AldГ©n

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Published by Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University in Lund .
Written in English


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StatementAnn Aldén.
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LC ClassificationsBR
The Physical Object
Pagination233 p. ;
Number of Pages233
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Open LibraryOL19253732M
ISBN 109162863517

  This book provides a historically contextualized introduction to the dialogue between religion and psychotherapy in modern Japan. In doing so, it draws out connections between developments in medicine, government policy, Japanese religion and spirituality, social and cultural criticism, regional dynamics, and gender by: 5. This is a guide to contemporary religions. It brings together the methods of both the humanities and the social sciences to offer an introduction to work in the study of religion. Religion in the Modern World is comprehensive in its coverage. It considers the main religious traditions of both Asia and the West, as well as new forms of religion and spirituality such as New Age.

Religion is now high on the public agenda, with recent events focusing the world's attention on Islam in particular. This book provides a unique historical and comparative analysis of the place of religion in the emergence of modern secular society. Price: $   Religion and Dialogue in Modern Societies (East London Strand) Duration: Researcher in London: Dr Julia Ipgrave (WRERU) Religion and Dialogue in Modern Societies (ReDi) is a five year research project led by Prof Wolfram Weisse (Academy of World Religions, Hamburg University) and funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and .

I think I can honestly say it is the best book on Chinese religion that I've read so far. It's an older book having originally been published in but so much of what Yang writes is still relevant and hasn't been better explored in the past 40 years. The book looks at the practical and functionality of religion in Chinese society/5. Religion, Culture, and the Public Sphere in China and Japan. Editors (view affiliations) This volume responds to and builds upon this dialogue by addressing how religious, intellectual, and cultural agency in the public sphere shapes East Asian cultures, particularly the activities of those found on the peripheries of historic and modern.


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As sociologist Peter Berger has said, late modern societies are not hurtling toward complete secularization, they are in fact developing more diverse religious appetites (Dawson &Thiessen, ). In light of all this, the Colloquy on Religion and Late Modernity aims to illuminate and to resist the pitfalls of current academic paradigms for understanding the inexorable, totalizing effect of religious identity and its shifts on all realms of cultural.

This book provides a historically contextualized introduction to the dialogue between religion and psychotherapy in modern Japan. In doing so, it draws out connections between developments in medicine, government policy, Japanese religion and spirituality, social and cultural criticism, regional dynamics, and gender relations.

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Jeffrey Newmark is assistant professor of Japanese language and culture in the Program of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Winnipeg. His expertise lies in early modern Japanese intellectual history, particularly nineteenth century thought.

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