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The Resource Ninian Smart on world religions, edited by John J. Shepherd

Ninian Smart on world religions, edited by John J. Shepherd

Label
Ninian Smart on world religions
Title
Ninian Smart on world religions
Statement of responsibility
edited by John J. Shepherd
Title variation
On world religions
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1927-2001
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Smart, Ninian
Dewey number
200
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
index present
LC call number
BL80.3
LC item number
.S63 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Shepherd, John J
Series statement
Ashgate contemporary thinkers on religion
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  • Religions
  • Religion
Label
Ninian Smart on world religions, edited by John J. Shepherd
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
  • The Ninian Smart archive and bibliography: p. [357]-401
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • The
  • purification of consciousness and the negative path
  • What would Buddhaghosa have made of The cloud of unknowing?
  • Numen, Nirvana, and the definition of religion
  • What is religion?
  • Theravāda Buddhism and the definition of religion
  • The
  • work of the Buddha and the work of Christ
  • The
  • logos doctrine and Eastern beliefs
  • v. 1.
  • The
  • comparative view of the person : East and West'
  • Buddhism and the death of God
  • Types of religious liberation : an implicit critique of modern politics
  • Religion as a discipline?
  • What is comparative religion?
  • The
  • structure of the comparative study of religion
  • Scientific studies of religion
  • Religious studies and the comparative perspective
  • Religious experience and philosophical analysis.
  • The
  • study of religion as a multidisciplinary and cross-cultural presence among the human sciences
  • Comparative religion clichés : crushing the clichés about comparative religion and then accentuating the positive value of the new religious education
  • The
  • political implications of religious studies
  • Gods, bliss and morality
  • The
  • ethics of Chinese communism
  • Clarity and imagination as Buddhist means to virtue
  • Religious values and the university
  • Methods in my life
  • Sacred civilities
  • A
  • global ethics arising from the epistemology of religious and similar value-systems --
  • The
  • comparative logical analysis of religious doctrines
  • Empiricism and religions
  • Understanding religious experience
  • Interpretation and mystical experience
  • analogy of meaning and the tasks of comparative philosophy
  • Swami Vivekananda as a philosopher
  • Integral knowledge and the four theories of existence
  • Reflections on Chinese religious and other worldviews in regard to modernization
  • Maoism and religion
  • The
  • bounds of religion and the transition from the Tao to Mao
  • Myth and transcendence
  • Islamic responses to the West
  • Salman Rushdie in a plural world
  • v. 2.
  • The
  • twenty-first century and small peoples
  • Distinctively Californian spiritual movements
  • Religion and polity : reflections on the history of religions and the analysis of politics : a question of definition
  • Religion and nationalism in India and Sri Lanka
  • Buddhism, Sri Lanka, and the prospects for peace
  • The
  • importance of diasporas
  • Revelation, reason and religions
  • The
  • Traditions and the challenges of modernity.
  • relation between Christianity and the other great religions
  • God's body
  • Soft natural theology
  • The
  • convergence of religions
  • A
  • contemplation of absolutes
  • Models for understanding the relations between religions
  • Pluralism
  • On knowing what is uncertain
  • Mysticism and scripture in Theravāda Buddhism
  • The
  • epistemology of pluralism : the basis of liberal philosophy
  • Does a universal standard of value need to be higher-order?
  • Worldview-pluralism : an important paradox and its possible solution
  • An
  • ultimate vision
  • Theravāda and processes : Nirvāṇa as a meta-process
  • The
  • dramatic effect of the Buddha on Western theories of religion
  • Indian arguments about the existence of God
  • The
Control code
000281016
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
2 v.
Isbn
9780754666394
Isbn Type
(set : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007026160
Other physical details
ill., port.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000281016
  • (OCoLC)148726900
Label
Ninian Smart on world religions, edited by John J. Shepherd
Publication
Bibliography note
  • The Ninian Smart archive and bibliography: p. [357]-401
  • Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • The
  • purification of consciousness and the negative path
  • What would Buddhaghosa have made of The cloud of unknowing?
  • Numen, Nirvana, and the definition of religion
  • What is religion?
  • Theravāda Buddhism and the definition of religion
  • The
  • work of the Buddha and the work of Christ
  • The
  • logos doctrine and Eastern beliefs
  • v. 1.
  • The
  • comparative view of the person : East and West'
  • Buddhism and the death of God
  • Types of religious liberation : an implicit critique of modern politics
  • Religion as a discipline?
  • What is comparative religion?
  • The
  • structure of the comparative study of religion
  • Scientific studies of religion
  • Religious studies and the comparative perspective
  • Religious experience and philosophical analysis.
  • The
  • study of religion as a multidisciplinary and cross-cultural presence among the human sciences
  • Comparative religion clichés : crushing the clichés about comparative religion and then accentuating the positive value of the new religious education
  • The
  • political implications of religious studies
  • Gods, bliss and morality
  • The
  • ethics of Chinese communism
  • Clarity and imagination as Buddhist means to virtue
  • Religious values and the university
  • Methods in my life
  • Sacred civilities
  • A
  • global ethics arising from the epistemology of religious and similar value-systems --
  • The
  • comparative logical analysis of religious doctrines
  • Empiricism and religions
  • Understanding religious experience
  • Interpretation and mystical experience
  • analogy of meaning and the tasks of comparative philosophy
  • Swami Vivekananda as a philosopher
  • Integral knowledge and the four theories of existence
  • Reflections on Chinese religious and other worldviews in regard to modernization
  • Maoism and religion
  • The
  • bounds of religion and the transition from the Tao to Mao
  • Myth and transcendence
  • Islamic responses to the West
  • Salman Rushdie in a plural world
  • v. 2.
  • The
  • twenty-first century and small peoples
  • Distinctively Californian spiritual movements
  • Religion and polity : reflections on the history of religions and the analysis of politics : a question of definition
  • Religion and nationalism in India and Sri Lanka
  • Buddhism, Sri Lanka, and the prospects for peace
  • The
  • importance of diasporas
  • Revelation, reason and religions
  • The
  • Traditions and the challenges of modernity.
  • relation between Christianity and the other great religions
  • God's body
  • Soft natural theology
  • The
  • convergence of religions
  • A
  • contemplation of absolutes
  • Models for understanding the relations between religions
  • Pluralism
  • On knowing what is uncertain
  • Mysticism and scripture in Theravāda Buddhism
  • The
  • epistemology of pluralism : the basis of liberal philosophy
  • Does a universal standard of value need to be higher-order?
  • Worldview-pluralism : an important paradox and its possible solution
  • An
  • ultimate vision
  • Theravāda and processes : Nirvāṇa as a meta-process
  • The
  • dramatic effect of the Buddha on Western theories of religion
  • Indian arguments about the existence of God
  • The
Control code
000281016
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
2 v.
Isbn
9780754666394
Isbn Type
(set : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007026160
Other physical details
ill., port.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000281016
  • (OCoLC)148726900

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