Principles of Integral Science of Religion (Google eBook)

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Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1979 - Religion - 209 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
2 Methodology and the Reflection on or Consideration of BeSinnung auf the Whole of Religion
3
I THE TASK
9
2 The Specific and the Integral Interests of Modern Science of Religion
16
Excursus I On the Difference between History of Religion and Systematic Science of Religion
22
3 Specific and Integral Science of Religion
27
II THE PREMISES
33
2 Religion in Question
40
IV THE VERIFICATION
105
Yasna 328
108
3 Radical Reality
121
4 Attempt at Realization
139
5 Understanding of Religion and Science of Religion
150
Excursus III On the Distinction between Religion and Religiouslessness
154
V THE IDENTITY
157
2 Theology and Science of Religion
158

3 Integral and Integrating Science of Religion
50
4 The Whole of Religion
53
III THE METHODS
67
2 Religious Reality and the Method of Science of Religion
68
3 Description
69
4 Comprehension
76
Excursus II On the Theory of Understanding in Science of Religion
80
5 Understanding
89
6 Integral Science of Religion as Description Comprehension and Understanding
97
7 NonIdentical Correspondence and Category
100
8 The Way to the Whole as Supplementation of the Individual
102
Excursus IV On Ulrich Manns Synoptic Method
165
2 Synopsis as Task
167
3 Synopsis as Method
169
4 Synopsis as Theory
170
5 Synopsis as Model
173
6 Synopsis and Integral Science of Religion
174
3 Criticism of Religion and Science of Religion
178
NOTES
183
BIBLIOGRAPHY
199
INDEX
207
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About the author (1979)

Georg Schmid was born in Vienna and now lives in south-western France. He has taught at universities in the USA, in Paris and mainly at the University of Salzburg. Among his recent books is Profiling the American Detective (Frankfurt am Main 2004).

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