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Le chamanisme et les techniques archa ques de l extase

Author : Mircea Eliade
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Cet ouvrage de Mircea Eliade fut le premier à embraser le chamanisme dans sa totalité. On dispose aujourd'hui d'une masse considérable de documents concernant les divers chamanismes (sibérien, nord-américain, indonésien, océanien, etc.) et de nombreux travaux ont amorcé l'étude ethnologique, sociologique et psychologique du chamanisme. Mais, à quelques exceptions près, l'énorme bibliographie chamanique a négligé l'interprétation de ce phénomène extrêmement complexe en le situant dans le cadre de l'histoire générale des religions. Le chamanisme est l'une des techniques archaïques de l'extase, à la fois mystique, magie et " religion " dans le sens large du terme. Mircea Eliade s'est efforcé de le présenter dans ses divers aspects historiques et culturels, mais il privilégie l'étude du phénomène, l'analyse de son symbolisme et de ses mythologies. Grâce à lui, nous découvrons tout le monde spirituel qui, bien que très éloigné du nôtre, ne lui cède ni en cohérence ni en intérêt.

Le Chamanisme Et Les Techniques Archaiques de L extase Shamanism Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy Translated by Willard R Trask Revised and Enlarged

Author : Mircea Eliade
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Author : László Vajda
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Anthropologie Religieuse

Author : Claas Jouco Bleeker
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Monograph series

Author : Statens etnografiska museum (Sweden)
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Meister und Sch ler in Geschichte und Gegenwart

Author : Almut-Barbara Renger
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The generation and exchange of knowledge plays a prominent role in Mediterranean and European cultural and religious history. Relations between master and disciples and between teachers and students are especially significant in this context. This volume - with contributions from the disciplines of classical studies, Arabic studies, Jewish studies, theology, religious science, educational science, psychology, and literary and cultural studies - offers a selection of possible perspectives and approaches to this topic. It presents roles, models and concepts of master/follower relationships within different religions, religious or para-religious movements and communities and their milieus as well as intellectual forms of association from Ancient Greece to the present day. The contributions deal for example with terminologies and narratives, teaching and leadership concepts, forms of presentation of the self and others, strategies in the construction of authority and the different effects of charisma.

Roter Altai gib dein Echo

Author : Anett C. Oelschlägel
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Synkretismus in den Religionen Zentralasiens

Author : Walther Heissig
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Author : Patrick Curry
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Divination is any ritual and its associated tradition performed in order to ask a more-than-human intelligence for guidance. A universal human practice, it has received surprisingly little academic attention. This interdisciplinary collection by leading scholars in the field is dedicated to fascinating new insights into divination and oracles arising from recent work in anthropology, religious studies, history and classical studies. Central importance is given to the practical and theoretical perspectives of diviners as well as scholars of divination; several contributors are both. This book explores philosophical issues such as the nature of divinatory intelligence, the relationship between divinatory and metaphorical truth, the primacy of ontology over epistemology, the importance of reflexivity in scholarly studies of divination, and astrology as the principal Western form of divination. The ethnographic and historical examples range from contemporary Nigeria, urban Cuba, Mayan Guatemala and the shamanic cultures of the circumpolar Arctic to classical Greece and ancient Judea.

Early Works on Theological Method 1

Author : Bernard J. F. Lonergan
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Volumes 22 and 23 in the Collected Works document many of Bernard Lonergan's lectures and seminars on theological method, and in so doing trace the evolution of his thought between the publication of Insight and the completion of Method in Theology. Volume 22 contains a record of his English lectures on method delivered at institutes in 1962 (Regis College, Toronto), in 1964 (Georgetown University), and in 1968 (Boston College), while volume 23 is devoted to his Latin courses on method offered at the Gregorian University between 1958 and 1962. This is the most `interactive' volume in the series published to date. Additional digital text and audio source materials are available online at The present volume, even when read on its own, sketches an outline of the development of Lonergan's ideas on such key notions as horizon, conversion, and meaning, as well as the movement from the division of theology into positive, dogmatic, and systematic (parts 1 and 2), to the division in terms of operational or functional specialization (part 3). Together these materials further our understanding of critical theological concepts and their emergence within an important and complex period in Lonergan's development.