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An introduction to the phenomenology of religion

Cox, James L.

An introduction to the phenomenology of religion

by Cox, James L.

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Published by Continuum in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion -- Philosophy,
  • Phenomenology

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames L. Cox.
    ContributionsCox, James L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL51 .C685 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 185 p. :
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24032415M
    ISBN 101441191380, 1441171592
    ISBN 109781441191380, 9781441171597
    LC Control Number2009022587

    briefly explained in the podcast, is expounded upon in greater detail in his book An Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion (). However, Cox is possibly the great syncretist of phenomenology and draws upon a rich and ultimately varied history in the field. In truth, despite. James L. Cox has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. James L. Cox’s most popular book is An Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion.

    The Phenomenology of Spirit (German: Phänomenologie des Geistes) () is Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel's most widely discussed philosophical work; its German title can be translated as either The Phenomenology of Spirit or The Phenomenology of described the work as an "exposition of the coming to be of knowledge". This is explicated through a necessary . 10 Phenomenology of Religion: A Systematic Approach claim to be empirically based. Such was the bold outline for the systematic phenomenology of religion Wach called systematic 'Religionswissenschaft'. However, world events interrupted his progress towards realising this programme. In Joachim Wach, earlier kept.

    Frontiers: Phenomenology and Religion.” On one level its purpose was to bring together scholars from all of these fields to survey the present interconnectedness of phenomenology, post-phenomenology (deconstruction), and theology around the understanding of the 3. In this thoroughly revised edition, James Cox provides an easily accessible introduction to the phenomenology of religion, which he contends continues as a foundational method for the academic study of religion in the twenty-first century.


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It deserves to be on the book list of every undergraduate course on the study of religions.” – Peggy Morgan, University of Oxford, UK “This book provides a lively and authoritative introduction to phenomenological methods for studying religion, written in a clear and lucid style by a leading by:   In this thoroughly revised edition, James Cox provides an easily accessible introduction to the phenomenology of religion, which he contends continues as a foundational method for the academic study of religion in the twenty-first century.

After dealing with the problematic issue of defining religion, he describes the historical background to phenomenology. It deserves to be on the book list of every undergraduate course on the study of religions." - Peggy Morgan, University of Oxford, UK "Expressing the Sacred: An Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion was published in by the University of Zimbabwe Publications in Harare, and in a second edition in /5(1).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This book is a thorough revision of my earlier text, Expressing the sacred: an introduction to the phenomenology of religion, published first in by the University of Zimbabwe Publications in Harare, with a second edition appearing in "--Acknowledgements. It deserves to be on the book list of every undergraduate course on the study of religions." - Peggy Morgan, University of Oxford, UK "James Cox's Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion offers a rich and important introduction to the theory and practice of the academic study of religion/5(12).

Buy An Introduction to the Phenomenology of An introduction to the phenomenology of religion book (Includes Bibliographical References and Index) REV ed.

by Cox, James L. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Description: Provides an introduction and overview to the Phenomenology of Religion through describing, analysing and evaluating the ideas of key thinkers in the phenomenology of religion.

This book also examines the thinking of scholars within the Dutch, British and North American 'schools' of religious phenomenology. University of Zimbabwe Publications, - Religion - pages 0 Reviews This revised edition updates information and includes an explanation of the author's step-by-step presentation of the stages in the phenomenology of religion; an introduction to the current debate; over-reductionism; key philosophical terms used by Husserl; and reference.

This book provides an introduction and overview to the Phenomenology of Religion through describing, analysing and evaluating the ideas of key thinkers in the phenomenology of religion. At the same, the author places the ideas of the key thinkers identified into historical and social contexts by examining the formative influences over their.

Provides an introduction and overview to the Phenomenology of Religion through describing, analysing and evaluating the ideas of key thinkers in the phenomenology of religion. This book also examines the thinking of scholars within the Dutch, British and North American 'schools' of religious phenomenology.

OCLC Number: Notes: "This book is a thorough revision of my earlier text, Expressing the sacred: an introduction to the phenomenology of religion, published first in by the University of Zimbabwe Publications in Harare, with a second edition appearing in "--Acknowledgements.

Methodology. Phenomenology of religion is distinct from historical, sociological, anthropological, philosophical, and theological approaches to the study of religion. Unlike them, it treats religion as a phenomenon that cannot be explained in terms of any particular aspect of human society, culture, or thought—e.g., as the product of history, as a creation of intellectual elites, or as a.

This book is an introduction to French phenomenology in the post period. While many of phenomenology’s greatest thinkers—Husserl, Heidegger, Sartre and Merleau-Ponty—wrote before this period, Steven DeLay introduces and assesses the creative and important turn phenomenology took after these figures.

The phenomenological method in the study of religions has provided the linchpin supporting the argument that Religious Studies constitutes an academic discipline in its own right and thus that it is irreducible either to theology or to the social sciences.

This book examines the figures whom the author regards as having been most influential in creating a phenomenology of religion. The Phenomenology of Religion Introduction and Background It is extremely interesting to trace philosophy’s relationship to the rising history of religion [Religionswissenschaft] I shall only men-tion that throughout the nineteenth century and up to the present the so-called philosophy of religion, out of which the history of.

Read "James L. Cox, Expressing the Sacred: An Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, xi + pp. ISBN James L. Cox, Rational Ancestors: Scientific Rationality and African Indigenous Religions Cardiff: Cardiff Academic Press, iv + pp.

ISBNMethod & Theory in the Study of Religion. Phenomenology “is the study of “phenomena”: appearances of things, or things as they appear in our experience, or the ways we experience things, thus the meanings things have in our experience.

Phenomenology studies conscious experience as experienced from the subjective or first person point of view.” Smith, D. Phenomenology.

We redesigned our Book Pages — can you share feedback. Expressing the sacred Expressing the sacred: an introduction to the phenomenology of religionUniversity of Zimbabwe Publications in English aaaa. Not in Library. Add another edition. Expressing the. Preface -- Defining religion -- Historical background -- Philosophical phenomenology and the social sciences -- Stages in the phenomenological method -- The phenomenological method: a case study -- Myths and rituals -- Religious practitioners and art -- Scripture and morality -- The special case of belief -- The place of the phenomenology of religion in the current and future Authors: J.

Cox. This book explores the philosophical writings of Gerda Walther (–). It features essays that recover large parts of Walther’s oeuvre in order to show her contribution to phenomenology.

The second is to look specifically at Heidegger's understanding of religious experience, and the place it has in his own intellectual life.

The book is made up of notes from two lecture series, and one planned lecture series. Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion () -- composed of notes taken by attendees of the s: 4.Buy An Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion from In this thoroughly revised edition, James Cox provides an easily accessible introduction to the phenomenology of religion, which he contends continues as a foundational method for the academic study of religion in the twenty-first century.

After dealing with the problematic issue of defining religion Price: $The Phenomenology of Religion as a Philosophical Problem: An Analysis of the Theoretical Background of the Phenomenology of Religion, in General, and of M. Eliade's Phenomenological Approach, in Particular. António Barbosa Silvdaa - - Gleerup.