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Biographical Process Studies in History and Psychology of Religion (Religion and reason ; 11)

by Frank E. Reynolds

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Published by Walter De Gruyter Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religious biography

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDonald Capps (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages436
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9096999M
    ISBN 109027975221
    ISBN 109789027975225

    A Biography Report and project for any historical person. Students can use the activities and report for a presentation or complete a genre study of biographies. Includes graphic organizers for research, genre posters, full-page report pages, half-page report pages, trifold report, lap book in two. Writing-Expository, Social Studies - History.   In Psychology of Religion in Turkey, senior and emerging Turkish scholars present critical conceptual analyses and empirical studies devoted to psychology of religion in 1 consists of articles placing the psychology of religion in the historical context of an ancient culture undergoing modernization and secularization and articles devoted to conceptual themes suggesting the.

    Over the past two decades, the process of cultural development and, in particular, the role of reading has been of growing interest, but recent research has been episodic and idiosyncratic. In this biographical dictionary, research devoted specifically to the reading habits of 19th century individuals who shaped Western culture is brought.   Philosophy flourished in the Islamic world for many centuries, and continues to be a significant feature of cultural life today. Now available in paperback, The Biographical Encyclopedia of Islamic Philosophy covers all the major and many minor philosophers, theologians, and mystics who contributed to its development. With entries on over thinkers and key concepts in Islamic .

      Not strictly a biographical reference that recounts the facts of religious figures' lives, the book helps users understand how the selected figures changed history. The entries are accompanied by excerpts of primary source documents and suggestions for further reading, while the book closes with a bibliography of essential print and electronic. The relationship between the psychology of religion and Buddhist psychology is complex and often the subject of confusion. The complexity results from the fact that Buddhism could be seen as an alternative to psychology in the analysis of the mind; and moreover, Buddhism also contains aspects of psychotherapy that bring peace of by: 1.


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Citation Information. The Biographical Process. Studies in the History and Psychology of Religion. Edited by Reynolds, Frank E. / Capps, Donald. DE GRUYTER. Topics include (among others) category formation, comparison, ethnophilosophy, hermeneutics, methodology, myth, phenomenology, philosophy of science, scientific atheism, structuralism, and theories of religion.

From time to time the series publishes volumes that map the state of the art and the history of the discipline. show more5/5(1). Buy The Biographical Process: Studies in the History and Psychology of Religion (Religion and Reason) Reprint by Frank E. Reynolds, Donald Capps (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Obeyesekere, Gananath Personal Identity and Cultural Crisis: The Case of Anagarika Dharmapala of Sri Lanka Reynolds, Frank E Capps, Donald The Biographical Process: Studies in the History and Psychology of Religion The Hague Mouton and Co Cited by: 2.

Vande Kemp () acknowledges that few outside the study of the history of the psychology of religion are aware of Hall’s inaugural role in the field despite the fact that Hall and his students “were incontestably the first Americans to attempt the scientific study of religion and to set its agenda” (p.

Coming from six different Western countries, each of the contributors has a record in the historiography of psychology and profound knowledge of psychology of religion. Their approaches combine elements from the history of mentalities, the social history of science and biographical : $ Biography.

Donald Eric Capps was born in Omaha, studying at Lewis & Clark College (B.A. ) and Yale Divinity School (B.D.S.T.M. ) and University of Chicago (M.A.

), he earned his Ph.D. also at the University of Chicago in His dissertation explored a psycho-historical analysis of the personality of the English theologian John Henry Cardinal Newman, and Children: John Michael Capps.

Psychology of religion consists of the application of psychological methods and interpretive frameworks to the diverse contents of religious traditions as well as to both religious and irreligious individuals.

The extraordinary range of methods and frameworks can be helpfully summed up regarding the classic distinction between the natural-scientific and human-scientific approaches.

Michael Argyle’s new book introduces the psychology of religion. One of the world’s most famous social psychologists, Argyle ranges over the whole of psychology to look at the results of psychology’s study of religion, including those of his own important studies. It is full of fascinating and surprising insights into people and their File Size: 1MB.

"Roberts is certainly successful in conveying a sense of the rich diversity of biographical research. This is a book based upon a formidably wide-ranging bibliography together with his own, by no means insignificant, contributions to the field [the] reader will be left in no doubt as to the central importance of biographical research and of its legitimate position within the social sciences.

Psychology of Religion, History of. This article takes issue with the received view of the history of the psychology of religion. Contrary to the presentation of "the" psychology of religion Author: Bernard Spilka. The third edition of this successful book, which applies the science of psychology to problems of religion.

Dr Thouless explores such questions as: why do people believe. Why are their beliefs often held with irrational strength. How are changes in belief systems related to mental health. What are reasonable attitudes towards alternative belief systems?4/5(1). This is the first book to provide an introduction to contemporary cultural approaches to the study of religion.

This book makes sophisticated ideas accessible at an introductory level, and examines the analytic tools of scholars in religious studies, as well as in related disciplines that have shaped the field including anthropology, history, literature, and critical studies in race, sexuality.

A Biographical Perspective” Independently of Fetz’s book Felt published in Process Studies 14/4 (Winter ) an essay along some of the same lines: ‘Whitehead’s Misconception of ‘Substance’ in Aristotle.”) Continue reading “Process and Religion: The History of a Tradition at Chicago.

“It was Freud's ambition to discover the cause of hysteria, the archetypal female neurosis of his time.

In his early investigations, he gained the trust and confidence of many women, who revealed their troubles to after time, Freud's patients, women from prosperous, conventional families, unburdened painful memories of childhood sexual encounters with men they had trusted: family.

The two centuries between a.d. and a.d. witnessed the creation of a distinctive Christian Greek culture in the eastern part of the Roman empire. This book focuses on the transition from ancient to Christian Hellenism as it was expressed in the biographical and panegyric literature of.

“As a child, I truly believed that there was some blue alien-like god named vishnu looking after humanity, and when the time comes, another angry god, named shiva, would destroy everything, and then the god of creation with four heads, named brahma would create the world all over again.The psychology of religion consists of the systematic study and interpretation of religion using the methods and theories of contemporary Western psychology.

"Religion" is most often understood to refer to individual experiences, attitudes, and conduct, but its referent is sometimes the diverse contents—images, doctrines, myths, rituals—of.This is an important book of major significance by one who is well-equipped to write with insight and authority in the field of psychology and religion.

Dr. Paul Johnson is professor of the psychology of religion at the Boston University School of Theology and has already written in these allied fields Psychology of Pastoral Care, Christian Love, and Psychology of Religion.