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Title:Princeton Readings in Religion and Violence
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Mark Juergensmeyer, Margo Kitts
Publisher:Princeton University Press
ISBN:0691129142
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Number of Pages:235
Category:Religion, Philosophy

Princeton Readings in Religion and Violence by Mark Juergensmeyer, Margo Kitts

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Princeton Readings in Religion and Violence This groundbreaking anthology provides the most comprehensive overview for understanding the fascinating relationship between religion and violence historically culturally and in the contemporary world Bringing together writings from scholarly and religious traditions it is the first volume to unite primary sources justifications for violence from religious texts theologians and activists with invaluable essays by authoritative scholars .

The first half of the collection includes original source materials justifying violence from various religious perspectives Hindu Chinese Christian Muslim Jewish and Buddhist Showing that religious violence is found in every tradition these sources include ancient texts and scriptures along with thoughtful essays from theologians wrestling with such issues as military protection and pacifism The collection also includes the writings of modern day activists involved in suicide bombings attacks on abortion clinics and nerve gas assaults The book s second half features well known thinkers reflecting on why religion and violence are so intimately related and includes excerpts from early social theorists such as Durkheim Marx and Freud as well as contemporary thinkers who view the issue of religious violence from literary anthropological postcolonial and feminist perspectives The editors brief introductions to each essay provide important historical and conceptual contexts and relate the readings to one another The diversity of selections and their accessible length make this volume ideal for both students and general readers

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