The Modern Experience of the Religious


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The articles in The Modern Experience of the Religious, edited by Nassim Bravo and Jon Stewart, explore the many ways in which religion was impacted by the emergence of modernity, particularly after the Enlightenment, which underscored the centrality of human reason and thus called into question traditional forms of religiosity. Modernity raised several questions that are studied by the authors of this volume: What should be the role of religion in a secular or pluralistic society? How does the human being relate to God? Can instituted religion be compatible with modern values such as civil liberties, pluralism or environmentalism?

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Nassim Bravo is a professor and researcher in the Institute of Humanities at the Universidad Panamericana (Mexico), where he specializes in philosophy of religion and the culture of Golden Age Denmark. He recently edited the volume The Bounds of Myth (Brill, 2021).

Jon Stewart is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy at the Slovak Academy of Sciences. He is the general editor of the book series Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources, Texts from Golden Age Denmark, Danish Golden Age Studies and New Research in the History of Western Philosophy.
Series Editor
Jon Stewart, Slovak Academy of Sciences

Assistant Editors
Alina Feld, York College—City University of New York
Peter Mango, Holy Apostles College & Seminary

Advisory Board
Hasana Sharp, McGill University, Canada
Nassim Bravo, Universidad Panamericana, Aguascalientes, Mexico
Mélissa Fox-Muraton, ESC Clermont/University Clermont Auvergne, France
István Czakó, Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Hungary

Editorial address:
Dr. Jon Stewart
Institute of Philosophy
Slovak Academy of Sciences
Klemensova 19
813 64 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
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Scholars and students interested in religious studies, theology and philosophy of religion within the context of modernity.
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