A guide to the phenomenology of religion : key figures, formative influences and subsequent debates
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A guide to the phenomenology of religion : key figures, formative influences and subsequent debates / James L. Cox.
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction. Defining the scope : phenomenology within the academic study of religions
- Understanding phenomena : key ideas in the philosophy of Edmund Husserl
- The universal experience of religion in Ritschlian theology
- Ideal types and the social sciences : the contributions of Troelstch, Weber and Jung to phenomenological thinking
- The decisive role of Dutch phenomenology in the new science of religion
- From Africa to Lancaster : the British school of phenomenology
- Interpreting the sacred : North American phenomenology at Chicago and in the thought of W.C. Smith
- Phenomenology at the crossroads : subsequent debates in the academic study of religions.