Religious dynamics under the impact of imperialism and colonialism : a sourcebook

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Full title: Religious dynamics under the impact of imperialism and colonialism : a sourcebook / edited by Bjorn Bentlage, Marion Eggert, Hans Martin Kramer, and Stefan Reichmuth.
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Other authors: Bentlage, Björn, 1979- (Editor)
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Table of Contents:
  • Volume Introduction; Section 1 Religion and the Order of Knowledge; Introduction to Section 1; 1.01 Anonymous: Which One Is the Right Religion for China's Future? (China, 1905); 1.02 Ouyang Jingwu: Buddhism Is neither Religion nor Philosophy but What the Present Generation Is in Need of (China, 1922); 1.03 Yaroe (Nightthunder) alias Yi Tonhwa: [On] the Necessity of Reform of Religion (Korea, 1920); 1.04 Gendun Chopel: Grains of Gold-Tales of a Cosmopolitan Traveller (Tibet, 1941); 1.05 Chaophraya Thiphakorawong: A Book on Various Things (Thailand, 1867)
  • 1.06 Swami Vivekananda: Reason and Religion (England, 1896)1.07 Muhammad Iqbal: Is Religion Possible? (Pakistan, 1932); 1.08 Yūsuf al-Nabhānī: Poem of the Short 'R' in Defaming Innovation and Praising the Esteemed Tradition (Lebanon, 1908/09); 1.09 Ḥusayn al-Jisr al-Ṭarābulusī: The Hamidian Treatise (Lebanon, 1888); 1.10 Muḥammad ʿAbduh: The Theology of Unity (Egypt, 1898); 1.11 Necmeddīn ʿĀrif: Studying in Paris (Egypt, 1904/05); 1.12 Helena Petrovna Blavatsky: Isis Unveiled-A Master-Key to the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Science and Theology (United States, 1877)
  • 1.13 Ludwig Ankenbrand: Buddhism and the Modern Reform Efforts (Germany, 1911)1.14 Rowland Williams: Christianity and Hinduism (England, 1856); Section 2 Religion, Culture and Power; Introduction to Section 2; 2.01 Kang Youwei: Report to the Throne, with a Petition for Fixing through Consultation a Law Concerning Religious Cases [. . .] (China, 1898); 2.02 Shimaji Mokurai: Petition in Criticism of the Three Articles of Instruction (Japan, 1872); 2.03 Haji Omar Said Tjokroaminoto: Islam and Socialism (Indonesia, 1924/1963)
  • 2.04 Muhammad Iqbal: Presidential Address to the 25th Annual Session of the All-India Muslim League at Allahabad (India, 1930)2.05 Dayānanda Sarasvatī: The Light of Truth (India, 1884); 2.06 Rashīd Riḍā: Introduction to the First Annual Volume of al-Manār (Egypt, 1909); 2.07 Moḥammad Ḥoseyn Na ʼīnī: Government from the Perspective of Islam (Iran, 1909); 2.08 George B. Nutting: Letter to the Missionary Herald (Turkey, 1860) and Baha Said Bey: Alevi Communities in Turkey-(Turkey, 1926); 2.09 Aḥad haAm: Slavery within Freedom (Russia, 1891)
  • 2.10 Paul de Lagarde: On the Relationship of the German State to Theology, Church and Religion-An Attempt at Orientation for Non-Theologians (Germany, 1873)Section 3 The Transformative Power of the Religious Marketplace; Introduction to Section 3; 3.01 Pak Ŭnsik: On Renewing Confucianism (Korea, 1909); 3.02 Watanabe Kaigyoku: The Hopes of Buddhists for the Peace Conference (Japan, 1918); 3.03 Shaku Sōen: Strenuous Endeavors (Japan, 1912); 3.04 R. G. Bhandarkar: The Basis of Theism and its Relation to the So-Called Revealed Religions (India, 1883)