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[EAN: 9780415381024], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (1792 pages) This new Routledge Major Work is a five-volume collection of seminal and influential articles, chapters, and extracts in the sociology of religion and related disciplines. The collection uniquely brings together material ranging widely from conceptual and theoretical discussions through substantive areas, including historical religious systems, the great world religious traditions, and religion in the contemporary world. No other collection of this kind has this breadth of coverage or historical and comparative dimension. The best work of classic writers and scholars, major contributors to the discipline over its period of development, and of contemporary theorists and specialists in substantive topics has been included to give a comprehensive picture of the subdiscipline. Volume I: Concepts and Theories Part 1: Conceptual Discussions A. The Sociological Stance and the Truth Claims of Religion 1. R. N. Bellah (1970) ‘Christianity and Symbolic Realism’, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 9, 89–99 2. W. R. Garrett (1974) ‘Troublesome Transcendence: The Natural in the Scientific Study of Religion’, Sociological Analysis 35, 3: 167–80 3. R. Segal (1980) ‘The Social Sciences and the Truth of Religion Belief’, Journal of the American Academy of Religion 48, 3, 401–13 B. What is Religion? Definitional Issues 4. J. Goody (1961) ‘Religion and Ritual: The Definitional Problem’, British Journal of Sociology 12, 142–64 5. M. E. Spiro (1966) ‘Religion: Problems of Definition and Explanation’, in M. Banton (ed.), Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion (A.S.A. Monograph No. 3, London: Tavistock) 6. R. Horton (1960) ‘A Definition of Religion and its Uses’, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 90, 201–26 7. M. Southwold (1978) ‘Buddhism and the Definition of Religion’, Man , 13: 362–79 Part 2: Classical Theoretical Approaches A: Religion as an Individual Phenomenon 8. E. Tylor (1871) Primitive Culture (London: Murray) pp. 358–361 9. S. E. Guthrie (1996) ‘Religion: What is it?’, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 35, 4: 412–19 10. B. Malinowski (1926) ‘Magic, Science and Religion’, in J. A. Needham (ed.), Science, Religion and Reality (London: Sheldon Press) pp. 17–92 B. Religion as a Social Phenomenon 11. K. Marx (1957) ‘Theses on Feuerbach’, in K. Marx and F. Engels, On Religion (Moscow: Progress Publishers) pp. 62–64 12. K. Marx (1957) ‘A Contribution to a Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right’, in K. Marx and F. Engels, On Religion (Moscow: Progress Publishers) pp. 37–38 13. K. Marx (1957) ‘Ludwig Feuerbach and the End of Classical German Philosophy’, in K. Marx and F. Engels, On Religion (Moscow: Progress Publishers) pp. 212–220 14. F. Engels (1957) ‘Anti-Duhring’, in K. Marx and F. Engels, On Religion (Moscow: Progress Publishers) pp. 129–134 15. E. Durkheim, The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life (extract from W. S. F. Pickering, Durkheim’s Sociology of Religion: Themes and Theories (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1984)) pp. 102–166 16. A. R. Radcliffe-Brown (1952) ‘Religion and Society’, in Structure and Function in Primitive Society (London: Cohen and West) pp. 153–177 17. K. Davis (1964) ‘Religious Institutions’, in Human Society (New York: Macmillan), pp. 509–548 C. Early Synthesis 18. M. Weber (1970) ‘The Social Psychology of the World Religions’, in H. Gerth and C. W. Mills (eds.), From Max Weber: Essays in Social Theory (London: Routledge) pp. 267–301 Volume II: The World Religions Part 1: The Eastern Traditions A. Hinduism 19. D. Mandelbaum (1966) ‘Transcendental and Pragmatic Aspects of Religion’, American Anthropologist 68: 1174–91 20. G. Obeyesekere (1980) ‘Rebirth Eschatology and its Transformations’, in W. O’Flaherty (ed.), Karma and Rebirth in Classical Indian Traditions (Berkeley: University of California Press) pp. 137–164 21. L. A. Babb (1983), ‘Destiny and Responsibility: Karma in Popular Hinduism’, in C. F. Keyes and E. V. Daniel (eds.), Karma: An Anthrop

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[EAN: 9780415381024], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (1792 pages) This new Routedge Major Work is a five-voume coection of semina and infuentia artices, chapters, and extracts in the socioogy of reigion and reated discipines. The coection uniquey brings together materia ranging widey from conceptua and theoretica discussions through substantive areas, incuding historica reigious systems, the great word reigious traditions, and reigion in the contemporary word. No other coection of this kind has this breadth of coverage or historica and comparative dimension. The best work of cassic writers and schoars, major contributors to the discipine over its period of deveopment, and of contemporary theorists and speciaists in substantive topics has been incuded to give a comprehensive picture of the subdiscipine. Voume I: Concepts and Theories Part 1: Conceptua Discussions A. The Socioogica Stance and the Truth Caims of Reigion 1. R. N. Beah (1970) ‘Christianity and Symboic Reaism’, Journa for the Scientific Study of Reigion 9, 89–99 2. W. R. Garrett (1974) ‘Troubesome Transcendence: The Natura in the Scientific Study of Reigion’, Socioogica Anaysis 35, 3: 167–80 3. R. Sega (1980) ‘The Socia Sciences and the Truth of Reigion Beief’, Journa of the American Academy of Reigion 48, 3, 401–13 B. What is Reigion? Definitiona Issues 4. J. Goody (1961) ‘Reigion and Ritua: The Definitiona Probem’, British Journa of Socioogy 12, 142–64 5. M. E. Spiro (1966) ‘Reigion: Probems of Definition and Expanation’, in M. Banton (ed.), Anthropoogica Approaches to the Study of Reigion (A.S.A. Monograph No. 3, London: Tavistock) 6. R. Horton (1960) ‘A Definition of Reigion and its Uses’, Journa of the Roya Anthropoogica Institute 90, 201–26 7. M. Southwod (1978) ‘Buddhism and the Definition of Reigion’, Man , 13: 362–79 Part 2: Cassica Theoretica Approaches A: Reigion as an Individua Phenomenon 8. E. Tyor (1871) Primitive Cuture (London: Murray) pp. 358–361 9. S. E. Guthrie (1996) ‘Reigion: What is it?’, Journa for the Scientific Study of Reigion 35, 4: 412–19 10. B. Mainowski (1926) ‘Magic, Science and Reigion’, in J. A. Needham (ed.), Science, Reigion and Reaity (London: Shedon Press) pp. 17–92 B. Reigion as a Socia Phenomenon 11. K. Marx (1957) ‘Theses on Feuerbach’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 62–64 12. K. Marx (1957) ‘A Contribution to a Critique of Hege’s Phiosophy of Right’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 37–38 13. K. Marx (1957) ‘Ludwig Feuerbach and the End of Cassica German Phiosophy’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 212–220 14. F. Enges (1957) ‘Anti-Duhring’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 129–134 15. E. Durkheim, The Eementary Forms of the Reigious Life (extract from W. S. F. Pickering, Durkheim’s Socioogy of Reigion: Themes and Theories (London: Routedge and Kegan Pau, 1984)) pp. 102–166 16. A. R. Radciffe-Brown (1952) ‘Reigion and Society’, in Structure and Function in Primitive Society (London: Cohen and West) pp. 153–177 17. K. Davis (1964) ‘Reigious Institutions’, in Human Society (New York: Macmian), pp. 509–548 C. Eary Synthesis 18. M. Weber (1970) ‘The Socia Psychoogy of the Word Reigions’, in H. Gerth and C. W. Mis (eds.), From Max Weber: Essays in Socia Theory (London: Routedge) pp. 267–301 Voume II: The Word Reigions Part 1: The Eastern Traditions A. Hinduism 19. D. Mandebaum (1966) ‘Transcendenta and Pragmatic Aspects of Reigion’, American Anthropoogist 68: 1174–91 20. G. Obeyesekere (1980) ‘Rebirth Eschatoogy and its Transformations’, in W. O’Faherty (ed.), Karma and Rebirth in Cassica Indian Traditions (Berkeey: University of Caifornia Press) pp. 137–164 21. L. A. Babb (1983), ‘Destiny and Responsibiity: Karma in Popuar Hinduism’, in C. F. Keyes and E. V. Danie (eds.), Karma: An Anthropoogica Inquiry (Berkeey: University of Caifornia Press), pp. 163–181 B. Buddhism 22. G. Obeyesekere (1968) ‘Theodicy, Sin and Savation in a Socioogy of

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[EAN: 9780415381024], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (1792 pages) This new Routedge Major Work is a five-voume coection of semina and infuentia artices, chapters, and extracts in the socioogy of reigion and reated discipines. The coection uniquey brings together materia ranging widey from conceptua and theoretica discussions through substantive areas, incuding historica reigious systems, the great word reigious traditions, and reigion in the contemporary word. No other coection of this kind has this breadth of coverage or historica and comparative dimension. The best work of cassic writers and schoars, major contributors to the discipine over its period of deveopment, and of contemporary theorists and speciaists in substantive topics has been incuded to give a comprehensive picture of the subdiscipine. Voume I: Concepts and Theories Part 1: Conceptua Discussions A. The Socioogica Stance and the Truth Caims of Reigion 1. R. N. Beah (1970) ‘Christianity and Symboic Reaism’, Journa for the Scientific Study of Reigion 9, 89–99 2. W. R. Garrett (1974) ‘Troubesome Transcendence: The Natura in the Scientific Study of Reigion’, Socioogica Anaysis 35, 3: 167–80 3. R. Sega (1980) ‘The Socia Sciences and the Truth of Reigion Beief’, Journa of the American Academy of Reigion 48, 3, 401–13 B. What is Reigion? Definitiona Issues 4. J. Goody (1961) ‘Reigion and Ritua: The Definitiona Probem’, British Journa of Socioogy 12, 142–64 5. M. E. Spiro (1966) ‘Reigion: Probems of Definition and Expanation’, in M. Banton (ed.), Anthropoogica Approaches to the Study of Reigion (A.S.A. Monograph No. 3, London: Tavistock) 6. R. Horton (1960) ‘A Definition of Reigion and its Uses’, Journa of the Roya Anthropoogica Institute 90, 201–26 7. M. Southwod (1978) ‘Buddhism and the Definition of Reigion’, Man , 13: 362–79 Part 2: Cassica Theoretica Approaches A: Reigion as an Individua Phenomenon 8. E. Tyor (1871) Primitive Cuture (London: Murray) pp. 358–361 9. S. E. Guthrie (1996) ‘Reigion: What is it?’, Journa for the Scientific Study of Reigion 35, 4: 412–19 10. B. Mainowski (1926) ‘Magic, Science and Reigion’, in J. A. Needham (ed.), Science, Reigion and Reaity (London: Shedon Press) pp. 17–92 B. Reigion as a Socia Phenomenon 11. K. Marx (1957) ‘Theses on Feuerbach’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 62–64 12. K. Marx (1957) ‘A Contribution to a Critique of Hege’s Phiosophy of Right’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 37–38 13. K. Marx (1957) ‘Ludwig Feuerbach and the End of Cassica German Phiosophy’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 212–220 14. F. Enges (1957) ‘Anti-Duhring’, in K. Marx and F. Enges, On Reigion (Moscow: Progress Pubishers) pp. 129–134 15. E. Durkheim, The Eementary Forms of the Reigious Life (extract from W. S. F. Pickering, Durkheim’s Socioogy of Reigion: Themes and Theories (London: Routedge and Kegan Pau, 1984)) pp. 102–166 16. A. R. Radciffe-Brown (1952) ‘Reigion and Society’, in Structure and Function in Primitive Society (London: Cohen and West) pp. 153–177 17. K. Davis (1964) ‘Reigious Institutions’, in Human Society (New York: Macmian), pp. 509–548 C. Eary Synthesis 18. M. Weber (1970) ‘The Socia Psychoogy of the Word Reigions’, in H. Gerth and C. W. Mis (eds.), From Max Weber: Essays in Socia Theory (London: Routedge) pp. 267–301 Voume II: The Word Reigions Part 1: The Eastern Traditions A. Hinduism 19. D. Mandebaum (1966) ‘Transcendenta and Pragmatic Aspects of Reigion’, American Anthropoogist 68: 1174–91 20. G. Obeyesekere (1980) ‘Rebirth Eschatoogy and its Transformations’, in W. O’Faherty (ed.), Karma and Rebirth in Cassica Indian Traditions (Berkeey: University of Caifornia Press) pp. 137–164 21. L. A. Babb (1983), ‘Destiny and Responsibiity: Karma in Popuar Hinduism’, in C. F. Keyes and E. V. Danie (eds.), Karma: An Anthropoogica Inquiry (Berkeey: University of Caifornia Press), pp. 163–181 B. Buddhism 22. G. Obeyesekere (1968) ‘Theodicy, Sin and Savation in a Socioogy of

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents:Provisional volume structure:Volume One: Concepts and TheoriesPart 1: Conceptual Discussions1. The sociological stance and the truth claims of religion2. Methodological issues3. What is religion?: definitional issuesPart 2: Theoretical Approaches 1: Religion as an Individual Phenomenon1. Intellectualism 1. The Nineteenth century evolutionary theorists2. Contemporary intellectualism and its derivatives3. Emotionalism4. FreudPart 3: Theoretical Approaches 3: Religion as a Social Phenomenon1. Marx2. Durkheim3. Functionalism Part 4: Early and Contemporary Syntheses.1. Max Weber2. Meaning Theory3. Rational Choice TheoryVolume 2: Religion Before the World ReligionsPart 1: The work of the anthropologists1. Classifications of religious systems2. The anthropological approach.Part 2: Substantive aspects of tribal and folk religion1. Magic2. Witchcraft3. Spirit possession4. Ancestor worship5. Taboo6. Ritual Volume 3: The World ReligionsPart 1: The Eastern Traditions1. Hinduism2. Buddhism3. China and JapanPart 2: The Middle Eastern Traditions1. Judaism2. IslamPart 3: Christianity1. Origins2. Development and spread3. Catholicism and Protestantism Volume 4: Religion in the Contemporary WorldPart 1: Religion and Modernity1. The Protestant Ethic Thesis2. SecularisationPart 2: Pluralism and Religion1. Sectarianism2. Types of religious organisation: church sect and cult.3. Mainstream religion4. New Religious Movements5. Conversion6. Quasi and implicit religion1792 pages - 234 x 156 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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