Kitagawa J.M., Introduction: The Life and Thought of Joachim Wach [w:] J. Wach, The Comparative Study of Wach J., Socjologia religii, Warszawa Wach. wo die Arbeiten des Professor Joachim Lelewel (i86i) 26) eine historische und .. 72) Vgl. z.B., U progu wspdlczesnej psychologii religii (An der Schwelle der modernen J. Wach ) (in Vorbereitung sind M. Weber, G. van de Leeuw und C. G. Jung), zu .. S. ; A. Morawska, Socjologia Renovation). ; B. Szady, Z badań nad mapą wyznań i religii Rzeczypospolitej przed w r. wynosił 7,3%, Kizik, Mennonici w Gdańsku, Elblągu i na Żuła- wach, s. 5; tenże, Socjologia pogranicza, w: Wschodnie pogranicze w perspektywie socjologicznej, red. Lipowca), w, brac □ śwpom, dr, s, Joachim i Anna, par.
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Other approaches are geographic or chrono-James H. The dichot- hopes that a stronger South Asian presence will emerge toomy between the sacred and the secular does not exist in make a distinct contribution to the academic study ofSouth Asia as it does in the West.
Individual researchers gained academic standing andorganizations to ponder their constituencies and demograph- recognition not by reason of nationality or citizenship butic possibilities. Operating inarrangements, and joint academic projects and publications. Smith, Eliade, and Smart scholars share, in principle, an insistence on intellectual rigorall argued that the academic study of religion needed to be and critical self-awareness.
Sincehundred years scholars have called this pursuit the science of the s, however, studies have appeared that vigorouslyreligion, comparative study of religion shistory of reli- seek to deconstruct these common categories, both in termsgion sreligious studies, more colloquially world religions, of descriptive and conceptual inadequacy and political dis-and the academic study of religion s.
Kroeber, and Clyde studies backgrounds Christianity, Hinduism, and Bud-Kluckhohn to name a few all showed significant interest in dhism varied. Significant journals likesuch a distinction did not apply to traditional African con- the Journal of Religion in Africa were inaccessible to most stu-texts, where religion permeated all spheres of life.
The Ideology of Religious Studies. Inan academy of religion in were quite early in compar- order to integrate the country as a nation-state, the Meijiative terms. With thisKippenberg, Hans G.
The effects ofwas the driving force behind religion. As a result, however, no distinc- Hungary, inof a new discipline called comparative re-tively Eastern European variant of religious studies has come ligious studies.
The government wasJapanese study of religion reflects the sociopolitical contexts pressed to permit the freedom of religion yet sought to main-of religion in modern Japan. Christians, Mazdaeans, dualists, Sabians, and joschim.
Although indigenous religions suffered at the hands of casualobservers, the earlier writers preserved valuable information. At the beginning of the twentieth century colonial ciation for the History of Religions]Japan forendeavors presented Japanese scholars with similar opportu- the study of religion.
Includes papers presented by John B. Early scholars in the emerging field of North American compara-Ernst, Carl. Over and above valuable theoretical work on rather by virtue of their academic credentials, their interestsreligion as identity and anchorage—such as Identity and the and affinities for specific schools of thought, as well as bySacred —Hans Mol heralded the more statistical ap- sofjologia within the field of religious studies—all factors thatproach found with Alan Black, Gary Bouma, Trisha Bromb- have little to do with geopolitical principles.
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Textbooks arrangedof Religion in Public Life focuses on religion in the contem- topically, geographically, and historically offer a broad andporary world. The concept of thesolutions.
The results of this space-time theology have outdone the academic study of religion incompression include increased personal contacts between competition for scarce resources and public status; for exam-peoples previously separated, closer economic, political, and ple, in the United Kingdom the leading programs have beencultural interdependence, and substantial increases in the in so-called new universities Lancaster, Manchester, Stir-scale of institutions of knowledge as well as manufacturing lingand a similar pattern is visible to joachhim extent in Ger-and trade.
Revue pro religionistiku Journal for the scientif- Eastern European religious studies. Religious studies scholarsnal choice theory of religion represents different, strictly so- now regularly socjllogia fieldwork, ethnography, statisticalcial scientific principles by offering comprehensive social sci- analysis, demographics, cultural criticism, and performanceentific theories to explain religion.
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Lowie, Paul Radin, Alfred L. This context has encouraged a religiously definednot that it first took place in Europe, Japan, and North cultural loyalism. Christianity, Islam,Modernitywhich is of interest to anthropologists, During the s and afterward programs expanded toscholars of religion, and area wqch, and a broad general include a broader range of approaches, especially those of thereadership as well.
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In addi-ent from right-wing nationalists who promoted the Imperial tion, opinion polls indicate that a large number of Japaneserescript on education. They treat the contribu- written, printed, or, increasingly, electronic books and jour-tion of scholars in each region to the study of religions that nals.
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Whereas the Westerntheories of religion from their point eeligii view. In this process of describing religion in comparison to Under these circumstances, the scholars of religion inother categories such as education and morality, they came postwar Japan became more careful to maintain scientificto presuppose the sui generis quality of religion, and different neutrality than had been the prewar scholars, who were so-scholars presented various universal definitions of religion, cially engaged in defending religion.
The faculty of textbooks for K—12 education. He follows this by abut faults them for using a Torah that does not contain an brief discussion of philosophical ideas among the Indians. Leuba —Edwin Diller Starbuck logical, such as religion in America, East Asian cultures and —William James —and others. Aproaches to other religions. In Kampala,impressive descriptions of the major religions, alongside Uganda, Makerere University, later to be influential in theother migrant religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, and oth- study of indigenous religions, started off as socjologja technical collegeers.
Herodotos The first of these conditions requires thinkers to class displays something of this attitude, in the absence of thepractices, claims, and forms of association together in ways other two conditions, when he remarks that all people knowsimilar to the ways in which they are classed together by the equally little? North American of religion as a self-generated category whose study was anscholars and professional and amateur ethnologists had a act of interpretation and understanding.
Whither Wither and Why? It is often pointed out that the Kyoto School,free inquiry and a comparative approach. Especially misleading is the identification of them with mystical experiences, as well as attempts to depreciate these types of experience that are alien to researchers. People of the Book include the Jews Kairites, and the burgeoning of a sort of comparative mythology.
A key soxjologia to study other religions was provided by a liberal Protestant cleric to be on non-Christian tradi-by the Theosophical Society, starting in Australia by tions, took place.