2 edition of Politics of the sacred found in the catalog.
Politics of the sacred
David Lawrence Coleman
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Hawaii, 2000.
|Statement||by David Lawrence Coleman.|
|Contributions||University of Hawaii (Honolulu)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||453|
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While sacred texts make political appearances in ways that we easily recognize, such as in oaths of office in which the official places her hand on a Bible, or Qu’ran, they construct our understanding and practice of politics in ways less often :// In Original Politics: Making America Sacred Again (SelectBooks), educator, ecopsychologist and political philosopher Glenn Aparicio Parry makes a case that the founding vision of the United States was inspired by Native American cultures.
Further, Parry traces the influence of Native America on nation-shaping historic forces including the 19th-century women’s and abolitionist movements and It is a book that allowed me to further reclaim the feminine aspects of spirituality and to understan Riane Eisler’s Sacred Pleasure: Sex, Myths, and the Politics of the Body—New Paths to Power and Love was such a book for :// Politics and the Sacred by R.
Reno August In chapter ten of the first book of the Laws, Hooker applies the Golden Rule to the social life. We all seek our own “commodity,” by which he means our material interests and those of our families. In this pursuit, we wish to be unmolested by others, and thus we ought to acknowledge and 'This book is a first-class contribution to the reflection on the anthropological foundations of politics.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The transgressive writing of Georges Bataille () and the Buy This Book in Print. summary. The Politics of Sacred Rhetoric systematically analyzes the use of absolutist claims—and appeals to what a speaker deems to be universal truths—as essential elements of persuasion in the American political landscape.
In exploring the sometimes subtle ways in which politicians employ this"sacred rhetoric Book review: The Politics of Sacred Space: The Old City of Jerusalem in the Middle East Conflict. John Collins. Anthropological Theory 4: 4, Download Citation. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice.
Simply select your manager software from the Oakley takes up an impossible task in this book: to present the history of "sacred kingship" from the beginning to the present. And yet, in a brief span, readers get a clear sense of the interconnections between the divine will and human will across the millennia.
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The contributors, using modern critical methods such as feminist theory, poststructuralism, and the new historicisms, examine how the ideas in these texts are being reworked in different religious traditions.
The volume encompasses both contemporary and historical The sacred is taken to possess a qualitatively, incomparably higher mode of being. To be sacred is to be set apart, not to be handled like ordinary “profane” things.
Sacred things possess a special charge evoking piety and non-negotiable obligation, so recognizing something as sacred justifies sacrifice. Not all sacrifices are equally ://.
This book analyses the power that religion wields upon the minds of individuals and communities and explores the predominance of language in the actual practice of religion. Through an investigation of the diverse forms of religious language available — oral traditions, sacred texts, evangelical prose, and national rhetoric used by ‘faith-insiders’ such as missionaries, priests, or THE BOOK OF SACRED STONES Download The Book Of Sacred Stones ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
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