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Archive for the Psychology of Religion 30 (2008) 19-35 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/157361208X316944 Whither the Roots? Achieving Conceptual Depth in Psychology of Religion Peter C. Hill a) and Nicholas J. S. Gibson b) a) Rosemead School of Psychology

In: Archive for the Psychology of Religion

OF THE PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION Quo Vadis Psychology of Religion? Introduction to the Special Section ................................................................................ 5 K. Helmut Reich (Switzerland) and Peter C. Hill (USA) Whither the Roots? Achieving Conceptual Depth in Psychology of

In: Archive for the Psychology of Religion
Authors: Ami Ayalon and Amy Singer

, could have an impact which later scholars would envy. Lewis’s early publications were of that class: his The Arabs in History (1950) and The Middle East and the West (1961) were groundbreaking in their vision and conceptual depth and noteworthy for their brevity when compared with many of today

In: Die Welt des Islams
Author: Annett Martini

stylistic splendor and conceptual depth by no means is inferior to its sources of inspiration. Annett Martini , Ph.D. in Jewish Studies, Freie Universität Berlin (May 2009); research associate in the research project “The Kabbalistic Library of Pico della Mirandola,” summer 2004—present; Assistant

In: European Journal of Jewish Studies
Author: Pehr Granqvist

roots? Achieving conceptual depth in the psychology of religion. Archives for the Psychology of Religion , 30, 19-35. Hood, R.W., Jr., Hill, P.C., & Spilka, B. (2009). Th e psychology of religion: An empirical approach (4th Ed.). New York: Guilford. Jones, J.W. (2008). Blood that cries out from the

In: Archive for the Psychology of Religion
Author: Janine Jones

positioning between the decency of the White world and the world of obscenity signals spatial and conceptual distance between the two, endpoint-antithetical realms. But we need not stick with Xavière’s positioning to understand the spatial and conceptual depth of the relational, racialized, racist worlds

In: Simone de Beauvoir Studies

.P. Jacobs G. Meij R. Tenwolde H. Zomer Y. Normatieve professionaliteit en normatieve professionalisering. Een pleidooi voor conceptuele verdieping [Normative professionalism and normative professionalisation. A plea for more conceptual depth] Goed werk. Verkenningen van

In: Journal of Empirical Theology

, speculative and conceptual depth in Watson the person and his system (Larson & Sullivan, 1965). Introspection comes hard to Watson and finds, for the most part, no place in his psychology (Winkler & Bromberg, 1939; Fancher,1979). Watson's manual skill and knack for gadget making has filtered through into the

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Author: Rolf P. Knierim

reflect the surface-structure only, the story-line only, and not also a conceptual depth structure. An Old Testament theology based on such antinomies overlooks the fact that all of these categories represent modes of transformation in the interaction between language and meaning. But neither these modes

In: Horizons in Biblical Theology
Author: Omar Acha

for Marxist debates than what is generally supposed by poststructuralist readings, where heterogeneity and difference are emphasised. Indeed, in Laclau we find a thinker of the ‘logic of the social’ and an ‘ontology of the political’ that lends debates a greater conceptual depth, providing the

In: Historical Materialism