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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Symposium on the Culture of Unbelief (1969 : Rome, Italy).
Culture of unbelief.
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1971
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rocco Caporale; Antonio Grumelli; Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli.; University of California, Berkeley.; Catholic Church. Secretariatus pro Non Credentibus.
|Notes:||The Symposium on the Culture of Unbelief was held as part of the First International Symposium on Belief.|
|Description:||xx, 303 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||Belief, unbelief, and religion / by Thomas Luckmann --
The historical background of unbelief / by Robert N. Bellah --
The study of unbelief: perspectives on research / by Charles Y. Glock --
Secularization: between belief and unbelief / by Antonio Grumelli --
Variations in perspective on secularization and unbelief: round table discussion / by Harvey Cox, Jean Danielou, and Milan Machovec --
General response in a dialectical key / by Olec Mandic --
Response to Bellah / by Martin Marty --
Response to Glock / by Bryan Wilson --
Towards a definition of unbelief. Highlights of the discussion of Luckmann's paper --
On the development of unbelief. Highlights of the discussion of Bellah's paper --
Unbelief: can it be scientifically studied? Highlights of the discussion of Glock's paper. --
Belief unbelief, and disbelief / by Talcott Parsons --
Unbelief as an object of research / by Bryan Wilson --
Between religion and social science / by Robert Bellah --
Appendices (including an address by Paul VI to the participants in the Symposium).
|Responsibility:||Edited by Rocco Caporale and Antonio Grumelli.|