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Lionel Corbett and Leanne Whitney

, Sufism, Yoga philosophy, and Vedanta. 2 These traditions teach that there is a difference between the way things are and the way they appear. 3 What seem to be separate objects and people in our visible world are a manifestation of an underlying invisible unity in which subject and object are

Dmitry Uzlaner

This article was prepared in Fall 2014 during a stay at the Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Uppsala University, Sweden). Translation from Russian by April French. To Anya T. This article concerns the theory of the subject and, particularly, the religious subject. It aims to

Charles McCrary

trinary framework by focusing on superstitious subjects in/of the United States, specifically with reference to religious freedom. My piece is in two basic parts. First, I will briefly discuss American religious freedom as a philosophical, political, and legal concept. I am particularly interested here in


Karin Finsterbusch, Armin Lange and K.F. Diethard Römheld


Jan Platvoet and Karel van der Toorn


Edited by David Cheetham, Ulrich Winkler, Oddbjørn Leirvik and Judith Gruber


Thomas A. Idinopulos and Edward A. Yonan


Thomas A. Idinopulos and Brian C. Wilson


Wouter J. Hanegraaff

Katrien Pype

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157006611X586202 Journal of Religion in Africa 41 (2011) 280-310 Confession cum Deliverance: In/Dividuality of the Subject Among Kinshasa’s Born-Again Christians Katrien Pype Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Catholic