Mind and mood in the study of religion

@article{Laine2010MindAM,
  title={Mind and mood in the study of religion},
  author={James William Laine},
  journal={Religion},
  year={2010},
  volume={40},
  pages={239 - 249}
}
  • J. Laine
  • Published 1 October 2010
  • Philosophy
  • Religion

“Dear World Religions 101 Professor: Some Essentials About Non-Essentializing”

Abstract Thirty professors gathered for a 2017 National Endowment in the Humanities summer institute, “The Challenges of Teaching World Religions,” to confront complexities and nuances, hegemonies

Editorial: Religion resituated

TLDR
As readers of the journal will notice, the format and the font have changed, resulting in a more readable page, and the authors and referees have taken the opportunity provided by this move to a new publisher to adopt a different citation style.

Nilai Religius dalam Novel Bulan Terbelah di Langit Amerika Karya Hanum Salsabiela Rais dan Rangga Almahendra: Tinjauan Semiotika dan Implementasinya Sebagaibahan Ajar Sastra di SMK Muhammadiyah Kartasura

The purpose of this study is to describe, (1) structures that build up a novel Bulan Terbelah di Langit Amerika by Hanum Salsabiela Rais dan Rangga Almahendra, (2) the religious that contained in

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 79 REFERENCES

"The heathen in his blindness"-- : Asia, the West, and the dynamic of religion

Today, most intellectuals agree that (a) Christianity has profoundly influenced western culture; (b) members from different cultures experience many aspects of the world differently; (c) the

'The Heathen in his Blindness'?

This article argues that Balagangadhara has reinforced for the secular study of religion the awareness that the origins of the discipline are indelibly Western, and provided an invaluable service in

Conceptualizing religion: Some recent reflections

The Body As The Locus Of Religious Identity: Examples From Western India

To emphasize the cultural aspect of conversion is to challenge the assumption of the obvious superiority and nobility of sincere, individual and free conversion, indeed to call into question the very

Civil religion in America

WmxE some have argued that Christianity is the national faith, and others that church and synagogue celebrate only the generalized religion of "the American Way of life," few have reahzed that there

Much Ado About Religion

This play satirizes various religions in Kashmir and their place in the politics of King Shankaravarman (883--902). The leading character is a young and dynamic orthodox graduate, whose career starts

Modes of religiosity: towards a cognitive explanation of the sociopolitical dynamics of religion

In this article is summarized the theory of "modes of religiosity", the doctrinal mode and the imagistic mode. It seeks to contribute to a growing body of research, by explaining, in terms of

Exorcising the Transcendent: Strategies for Defining Hinduism and Religion

  • B. Smith
  • Philosophy
    History of Religions
  • 1987
There is considerable confusion about the nature of and need for definitions in humanistic studies in general and in religious studies particularly. Many of us seem to think that to offer a

Religious Nationalism: Hindus and Muslims in India

Religious nationalism is a subject of critical importance in much of the world today. Peter van der Veer's timely study on the relationship between religion and politics in India goes well beyond

The dharma of Islam and the dīn of Hinduism: Hindus and Muslims in the age of Śivājī

The broad, almost obsessive interest which many contemporary scholars have for the theme of identity has entailed a companion concern, a concern of 'difference.* In speaking of 'them,' 'we' define
...