'The Heathen in his Blindness...': Asia, the West and the Dynamic of Religion
BRILL, 1993. 11. 1. - 579페이지
This book provides novel analyses of religion, the Roman 'religio', the construction of 'religions' in India and the nature of cultural differences. It also shows how the dynamic of Christianity as a religion has brought forth the western culture.
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I SOME PUZZLES AND PROBLEMS
II NOT BY ONE AVENUE ONLY
III THE WHORE OF BABYLON AND OTHER REVELATIONS
IV MADE IN PARIS LONDON AND HEIDELBERG
V REQUIEM FOR A THEME
VI SHALL THE TWAIN EVER MEET?
VII GUILTY AS CHARGED MY LORDS AND LADIES?
IX BLESSED ARE THOSE WHO SEEK
X IMAGINE THERE IS NO RELIGION
XI PROLEGOMENA TO A COMPARATIVE SCIENCE OF CULTURES
XII AT THE END OF A JOURNEY
VIII A HUMAN TRAGEDY OR THE DIVINE RETRIBUTION?
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