Comparing religions [electronic resource] : possibilities and perils? / edited by Thomas Athanasius Idinopulos, Brian C. Wilson, and James Constantine Hanges
- Numen book series. Studies in the history of religions, 0169-8834 ; v. 113
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- Comparison as a theoretical exercise / Anthony J. Blasi -- Questions of judgment in comparative religious studies / George Weckman -- The role of the authoritative in the comparative process / David Cave -- The mothering principle in the comparison of religions / Thomas Athanasius Idinopulos -- Theaters of worldmaking behaviors : panhuman contexts for comparative religion / William E. Paden -- Comparing religious ideas : there's method in the mob's madness / Wesley J. Wildman -- Comparative religion for undergraduates : what next? / John Stratton Hawley -- Socrates and Jesus : comparing founder-figures in the classroom / James Constantine Hanges -- Christianity's emergence from Judaism : the plus and minus of Joseph Klausner's comparative analysis / Thomas Athanasius Idinopulos -- Interpreting glossolalia and the comparison of comparisons / James Constantine Hanges -- Towards a post-colonial comparative religion? : comparing Hinduism and Islam as Orientalist constructions / Arvind Sharma -- Circling the wagons : the problem with the insider/outsider in the comparative study of religions / Russell T. McCutcheon -- The postmodernist challenge to the comparative method / Robert A. Segal -- The only kind of comparison worth doing : history, epistemology, and the "strong program" of comparative study / Ivan Strenski.
- 9004152679 (alk. paper), 9789004152670 (alk. paper), and 9789004152670
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- Includes bibliographical references (p. -311) and indexes.
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