Religion in Late Modernity
Religion in Late Modernity runs against the grain of common suppositions of contemporary theology and philosophy of religion. Against the common supposition that basic religious terms have no real reference but are mere functions of human need, the book presents a pragmatic theory of religious symbolism in terms of which the cognitive engagement of the Ultimate is of a piece with the cognitive engagement of nature and persons. Throughout this discussion, Neville develops a late-modern conception of God that is defensible in a global theological public.
Against the common supposition that religion is on the retreat in late modernity except in fundamentalist forms, the author argues that religion in our time is a stimulus to religiously oriented scholarship, a civilizing force among world societies, a foundation for obligation in politics, a source for healthy social experimentation, and the most important mover of soul.
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The Contingencies of Nature
Determinateness and Times Flow
Creation and Eternity
Symbols of Ontological Asymmetry
To Be under Obligation
The Human Condition
Orientation and Poise
The Causal Effectiveness of Religions
Qlobal Modernization and Religious Traditions
Religion and Politics Spheres of Tolerance
Obligation and Civil Religion
Ultinuzcy and Religions Essential Features
Political Tolerance of Religions
Religion and Public Theology
The Reference of Religious Symbols
The Interpretation of Religious Symbols
The Truth of Religious Symbols
The Symbols of Divine Action
The Concept of God
What Can We Know about God?
When Can We Say God Is a Personal Agent?
When Should We Not Say God Is a Personal Agent?
Eternity and the Transformation of Soul
Plotinus and Eternity
The Transformation of Soul to Engage Eternity
The Engagement of Eternity
Eternity Engaged through the Temporal
Real and Illusory
Eternity and Immortality
Religion and Scholarship
Recent History of the Study of Religions
Participation and Distance in a Typology of the Study of Religions
Models of Spirituality among Historically Conscious Scholars
Religion and Society
World Society World Culture World Community
Religion and the American Experiment
The American Religious Scene
What Makes Religions Religious
Religion and Vital Engagement
Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Oversold
The Soul Transformed
A Challenge to Modernism
The Public Character of Theology and Religious Studies
Religions Philosophies and Philosophy of Religion
A Definition of Philosophy of Religion
The Problematic of Translation and Comparison
Comparison Philosophy and Theology
A Paleopragmatic Philosophy of the History of Philosophy
The Phenomenology Comparison and Lineages of Philosophies
Structures Insights Orientation
Truth Usability Fatlibitism
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Neville, Robert Cummings, Religion in Late Modernity— Albany, NY, State. University of New York Press, 2002, 284 p., $22.95, ISBN 0–7914–. 5424–X (pbk. ...
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Neville, Religion in Late Modernity, 148. 현대 문화는 자신에 대한 진지한 사고 없이 자기도취(narcissism)를 조장하고 있다. 왜 공부를 해야되는지 진지하게 생각 ...
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