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Religion as Orientation and Transformation : a Maximalist Theory.

Author: Jan-Olav Henriksen
Publisher: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2017.
Series: Religion in philosophy and theology.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Henriksen, Jan-Olav.
Religion as Orientation and Transformation : A Maximalist Theory.
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, ©2017
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jan-Olav Henriksen
ISBN: 9783161550997 3161550994
OCLC Number: 990543294
Notes: Chapter 10: Normative considerations: Religions as stewards of Wisdom?
Description: 1 online resource (228 pages).
Contents: Cover; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Introduction: A maximalist theory; The structure of the book; Chapter 1: Religions in and beyond philosophy of religion; The impossibility of a neutral approach to religion; Challenges for a philosophical approach to religions; Religion: orientation, transformation and legitimizing of practices; Chapter 2: Religion as symbolically mediated experience of things set apart; The world is full of signs: Peirce's semiotic theory; Semiotics of orientation and religion: Dalferth; Things we deem religious: Ann Taves; Chapter 3: Natural religion on new terms? The realms of experienceA maximalist approach: a critical view of CSR explanations of religions; Natural religion is not natural religion as it used to be; Schleiermacher as a model for assessing natural religion?; From explanation to understanding of religion; Nathaniel Barrett's critique of the computational model ; Conclusion; Chapter 4: Religion, Orientation, and Transformation in the Social World; Woodhead: Different dimensions in religions; Religion as culture; Religion as identity; Religion as relationship; Religion as practice; Religion as power. Implications for a philosophy of religionChapter 5: Religion as experienced in the personal realm: Emotions and Self-psychology; Heinz Kohut on the Self: Affirmation and idealization as a basis for orientation and transformation; Orchestrating religious emotions: Ole Riis and Linda Woodhead; Emotional regimes; Emotional, embodied experience; Emotional experience as symbolically mediated; Transcendence and emotional regimes; Emotion: Orientation and transformation; Conclusion; How religious symbols work: Attachment theory; The other in the personal realm: Beyond personal boundaries. Chapter 6: The path and its conditions: Change and transformationChange and religion; Historical change and epistemic stability (normativity); Philosophy of religions and human evolution: Religion and humanity have unfinished business; Religion as motion --
practices as learning and transformation; Religions as different types of discourse; Religion is mediation; A pragmatic concept of religious knowledge; The relation between O, T, and L in a learning perspective; Religious learning, experience, and the need for orientation. Chapter 7: Orientation and Legitimation Rooted in the Past: on Religion as a Chain of MemoryTradition and orientation; Religion as a Chain of Memory; Chapter 8: On interactions between the physical and the mystical realms of experience; Schleiermacher: Religion in the interaction between the natural and the personal realm; From nature to the mystical --
reflections on the interaction between realms; Conclusion: From experience to wisdom: the path revisited; Chapter 9: Three metaphors for how religions work; Religion as a virtual home; Religion as Score and Play.
Series Title: Religion in philosophy and theology.

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