Global Phenomenologies of Religion (häftad)
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Fujiwara, Sakoto (ed.), Thurfjell, David (ed.)
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Global Phenomenologies of Religion (häftad)

Global Phenomenologies of Religion

An Oral History in Interviews

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Global Phenomenologies of Religion offers a new way of looking at the past, current and future trajectory of the study of religion. The phenomenology of religion was once widely acknowledged to be the core of the study of religion as an autonomous discipline. First used as a term by the Dutch scholar Chantepie de la Saussaye in 1887, it was developed by Gerardus van der Leeuw in the 1930s and 40s, became popular in the 1960s and 70s and then met severe criticism, virtually disappearing by the beginning of the twenty-first century. This book adds to our global understanding of the history of the study of religion. Interviews with scholars from ten different countries offer a lived history, covering more than half a century. The resulting picture is diverse and nuanced, revealing important national and regional differences, and challenging long-held views about the rise and decline of this venerable approach to the study of religion.
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Satoko Fujiwara is Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Faculty of Letters, at the University of Tokyo. David Thurfjel is a professor in the Department for the Study of Religions at Sodertorn University in Stockholm, Sweden. Steven Engler is Professor of Religious Studies at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Canada.


Introduction Satoko Fujiwara, David Thurfjell and Steven Engler 1. Semantic Confusions and the Mysteries of Life -Sweden Interviewee: Ulf Drobin, Stockholm University Interviewer: David Thurfjell 2. Universal Parallels, Meaningful Lives and Predisposed Minds - Finland Interviewees & Interviewers: Veikko Anttonen, University of Turku (retired), and Teuvo Laitila, University of Eastern Finland 3. Phenomenology of Religion Meets Theory of Science: A Lethal Encounter -Germany Interviewees: Peter Antes, Leibniz University of Hannover (retired), and Hubert Seiwert University of Leipzig Interviewer: Katja Triplett, University of Leipzig 4. NEC CUM TE NEC SINE TE: The Phenomenologies of Religion- Italy Interviewee: Giovanni Casadio, University of Salerno Interviewer: Alessandro Testa, Charles University, Prague 5. "What's Wrong with Philosophy?"- Japan Interviewees: Toshimaro Hanazono, University of Tohoku (retired), and Yoshiko Oda Interviewer: Satoko Fujiwara 6. The Grammar to Read 'Religion in Culture': From 'Phenomenology of Religion' to 'Studies of the Religious Phenomenon - South Korea Interviewee: Chin-Hong Chung, Seoul National University Interviewer: Sukman Jang, Seoul National University 7. Philosophical, Existential and Therapeutic Phenomenologies of Religion - Canada Interviewee: Earle H. Waugh, University of Alberta Interviewer: Steven Engler 8. "Why ... So Complicated?"; "a Term with No Subscribers"-The United States Interviewees: Charles Long, University of California, Sana Barbara (retired), and Ivan Strenski, University of California, Riverside (retired) Interviewer: Eric Ziolkowski, Lafayette College 9. A Proposal for an Epistemologically Humble Phenomenology - The United Kingdom Interviewee: Denise Cush, Bath Spa University Interviewer: Suzanne Owen, Leeds Trinity University 10. "There Was No Dutch School of Phenomenology of Religion": Academic Implacability and Historical Accidents - The Netherlands Interviewee: Jan G. Platvoet, Leiden University (retired) Interviewer: Markus Altena Davidsen, Leiden University Afterword Satoko Fujiwara, David Thurfjell and Steven Engler