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Book Chapter Vocabulary for the Study of Religion

Measurements of religion

Authors

Editors

Robert A. Segal and Kocku von Stuckrad

Publication date

2015

Summary

The 'Vocabulary for the study of religion' is an interdisciplinary endeavor that offers a unique overview of critical terms in the study of religion(s). This is the first dictionary in English to cover such a broad spectrum of theoretical topics used in the academic study of religion, including those from adjacent disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, historiography, theology, philology, literary studies, psychology, philosophy, cultural studies, and political sciences. The Vocabulary contains over 400 entries written by experts with a background in a variety of disciplines.

Subjects

General Reference Works and Religion

Links

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