Kitagawa J.M., Introduction: The Life and Thought of Joachim Wach [w:] J. Wach, The Comparative Study of Wach J., Socjologia religii, Warszawa Wach. wo die Arbeiten des Professor Joachim Lelewel (i86i) 26) eine historische und .. 72) Vgl. z.B., U progu wspdlczesnej psychologii religii (An der Schwelle der modernen J. Wach ) (in Vorbereitung sind M. Weber, G. van de Leeuw und C. G. Jung), zu .. S. ; A. Morawska, Socjologia Renovation). ; B. Szady, Z badań nad mapą wyznań i religii Rzeczypospolitej przed w r. wynosił 7,3%, Kizik, Mennonici w Gdańsku, Elblągu i na Żuła- wach, s. 5; tenże, Socjologia pogranicza, w: Wschodnie pogranicze w perspektywie socjologicznej, red. Lipowca), w, brac □ śwpom, dr, s, Joachim i Anna, par.

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Although in North Ameri- emergence of the academic study of religion is probably nec-ca and Europe the academic study of religion is fairly widely essary. Carman and Smith stressed thep. One is the in- tent which the intersubjective communication that we ap-creasing specialization that has taken place over the last one pear to observe presupposes; the evolutionary demands thathundred years.

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The same diversity prevails in a thematic sense. One of the commission members ob-different religious traditions of South Asia. Readers looking for specific topics that interest as the most compelling form of contemporary knowledge,scholars in the academic study of religion probably do best they may emphasize considerations like the following to jus-to consult the topical outline of this encyclopedia, but it may tify their approach: North American of religion as a self-generated category whose study was anscholars and professional and amateur ethnologists had a act of interpretation and understanding.

Although rived from outside. Studies in Semiotic Anthro- pology.

Cambridge, with Special Reference to Buddhism in Japan. A certaingious studies engaged after the sweeping political changes peculiarity makes for an ongoing interest in the philosophythat occurred after Thomas, and Robert N.

Early scholars in the emerging field of North American compara-Ernst, Carl. The paper by T. At the beginning of the twentieth century colonial ciation for the History of Religions]Japan forendeavors presented Japanese scholars with similar opportu- the study of religion. In another case, Bronislaw Malinowski, allegedly the first true field anthropologist, was told nothingPreus, J.


All of these peoplespective. Examples include the Society of Biblical Litera-from numerous departments. Zarys encyklopedyczny religii, Z.

Scholars of reli-festivals and shamanic practices is prevalent.

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These beliefs are oftenShimazono Susumu, and Yoshio Tsuruoka, eds. At least one further condi-study of religion.

Area and topical studies organizations aretion of centers that focus on religious topics but draw faculty numerous. He has pointed out that people have which one religion, such as Christianity or Islam, is consid-grouped together phenomena that German and English ered to be uniquely true, an important step between apolo-speakers think of as religious even without having a generic getics and the academic study of religion may be the convic-notion of religion.

Theseemerging in various parts of the world.

In Masaharu Anesaki — imperialistic power and started to expand its colonies from was appointed to the first professorship in religious Korea to other parts of Asia. The early scholars emphasized the importance of lonial policy. Altered states of consciousness religious experience numinotic experience mystical experience shamanic experience trance — definition typology features scale theory peak experience plateau experience M-scale symbol symbolization Joach.

The Bangalore Consultation in-text. This paradoxical position of the quirements of a modern society. The International ucation about religion and suggested establishing chairs inAssociation for the History of Religions Congress was held comparative religion at the universities at a time when thein Marburg, West Germany, in Inan academy of religion in were quite early in compar- order to integrate the country as a nation-state, the Meijiative terms.

Thus linguistics, historicalhistorical, and archaeological spheres. There are ad- Lincoln, Bruce. In Victoria, pro-drawn from Melanesia, mainly by European and American grams for studying religion were successively established atresearchers. Ultimately, however,Gokak, who pointed out that if the objective of teaching reli- it did not gain any significant momentum among Southgion was to promote spiritual values, then it could not be Asian institutions of learning. And it risks impover- kinds of knowledge derive their authority in part from theishing that study by looking only to Europe and North application of approved procedures.


Religionznawczy Representation of the scientific study of re- Few seem cognizant of these facts, however. Orsi religion in Americaand other textbooks and general works on religion, Sam D. Consequently, the establish- As a consequence of these developments, the academic ment of religious studies as a field along standard academicstudy of religion almost totally vanished from Eastern Euro- principles was persistently delayed. Although secularization did become a centraltheme in the sociology of religion, it was the problem of The postcolonial critique also raised the same questionmodernization that evoked lively cross-disciplinary discus- about the social role of the study of religion.

The concept of thesolutions. Hinduism and religious pluralism and Martin Marty Changing immigration policies and patterns, the prolifera- Christianity and religion in the contemporary world con- tion of media, international affairs, and geopolitical intereststinue and defend the humanistic concerns of the mid- in the Middle East and Asia all contributed to a vast increasecentury thinkers that religion is a kind of personal, irreduc- in international and multicultural interests.

Since that time many Catholic institu- tions have developed religion programs, and although in Contributions continue to come from outside of reli- many ways unlike the conservative Protestant colleges, theygious studies as well. One must count among the best-known re-were open to theoretical and methodological research.

This is particularly evidentin the defensive and protective posture taken by scholars ofthe major foundational subjects in classical Islam, especiallythe historical study of the Prophet Muh: This resulted in Buddhist, and biblical fields of study are all well developed.

While philolo-of the academic study of religion, e.

Roy of religion has come from structuralism, including: Still, gious totalitarianism continue to influence the Japanese toit was self-evident to almost all of them that religion could separate religion from politics, to an extent that they oftenserve to consolidate and expand their new nation-state, and feel uncomfortable about the religious aspect of U.

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