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representations. I will therefore try to situate Bremond’s turn to the mystical in a slightly different context, namely that of the emergence of psychological perspectives on religious life. 1 The Emergence of the Psychology of Religion When Patrick Vandermeersch and I wrote a monograph on the psychology of

In: Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society

in the latter part of the nineteenth century. The second section will deal with the life and work of the originator. The third section is devoted to taking a closer look at Solov’ëv’s insights in the fields of social and political philosophy, while the fourth and final section analyses the

In: Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society
Author: William Over

intrudes upon the everyday tasks of people around him, demanding that their lives change to produce more harmony. His alternative approach to daily living succeeds through a childish innocence that demands from iranian cinema 239 others their participation in his vision of a life more immediate and ful

In: Passages

creative, and report higher life satisfaction. Third, according to contemporary positive psychologists, meaning in life is associated with purpose (e.g., life aims and aspirations), coherence (e.g., one’s comprehension and sense of life), and significance (e.g., having a life worth living). Contrary to

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Psychology
Author: Barbara Keller

that makes life worth living. In accord with theoretical writings regarding normative and humanistic ideologies, the findings suggest that, at least among American Christians, political conservatism may entail a fear of, or strong sensitivity to, the prospects of conflict and chaos, whereas political

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Religion and Psychology

public auction in 1843. Dean Mahomet and his wife eked out a much more modest living for the remaining eight years of his life, victims not of racial prejudice, but rather of an ambition that he could not make conform to his limited capital. S iraj A hmed Columbia University Robert J. Gordon. Picturing

In: Passages
Author: U-Wen Low

Cranach, however, Dürer does not seem to have been overly motivated by a desire for religious reform. One biographer argues that Dürer simply wanted to provide a service for his religious friends who were not clergymen, for whom an illustrated Revelation with German text would have been invaluable

In: Religion and the Arts
Author: Tryon Woods

constant omissions, people are living out globalization, and while all of us are a V ected to di V erent degrees, my concern here is with those people on whose backs the global political economy is built. It is my contention that we can better understand the connectedness between U.S. urban locations and

In: Passages
Author: Ann Beebe

Evergreens, where the paintings were on view in the parlor and library (Guardiano 11). And late in life Emerson emerged as a proponent in the campaign to found a museum of fine arts in Boston. An 1871 speech was reprinted in the Boston Daily Advertiser : “A school of art recommends itself to our common

In: Religion and the Arts

was conducted by recruiting a large sample of participants from Amazon’s Mechanical Turk system living in North-America (Buhrmester, Kwang, & Gosling, 2011). 2 Study 1 2.1 Methods 2.1.1 Participants The first study was conducted as a field study at a psychic fair in the

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture