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Verret (Michel) Marxists and Religion. Test on modern atheism
Desroche Henri. Verret (Michel) Marxists and Religion. Test on modern atheism. In: Archives of Sociology of Religions, No. 11, 1961. pp. 216-217.
Burial in contemporary Mongols: the brain, the grave and the miniature of death
In a provincial capital of eastern Mongolia, I was given the opportunity to attend and participate in funerals. I propose to analyse the particular case observed as a representative example of Mongolian practice of contemporary halh burial of deceased parents. This analysis is based on the careful s...
Ludwig Feuerbach as a modern critic of religion
RESUMEN In this article we intend to analyse the philosophy of and criticism of religion, taking as anchoring the approaches of Ludwig Feuerbach, as the first great speaker of modern atheism. To this end, we will start from a series of thinkers who can be seen as precedents of the ideas of the Germa...
Discourse on Religions in Gregory of Nazianzus and Maximus the Confessor, or the Art of Discrediting Jewish “monotheism”
Designate the unthinkable: Simone Weil and Maurice Blanchot
Blanchot is very close to Simone Weil, as he is anxious for a silent speech, specific to the indirect wording of what goes beyond any language. Contrary to Blanchot’s criticism, Simone Weil remains faithful to that requirement, even when she speaks of God, on the basis of a negative theology approac...
The competition for internal and external revelation in the first Fichte, or Christianity as a beacon to the Doctrine of Science theism
The purpose of this article is to examine the relationship between philosophy and religion in Fichte, in writing prior to the accusation of atheism (1799). In the light of the research undertaken, it will appear that, contrary to a widely accepted view, the philosophy of religion has, from the time...
The start of a neo-Salafist review: Muhibb al-Dîn al-Khatîb and Al-Fath from 1926 to 1928
Al-Fath, weekly of Egyptian Muslim reformism, naquited in 1926 in Cairo, and travelled regularly until after World War II. The newspaper was founded by Muhibb al-Dîn al-Khatîb (1886-1969), Syrian based in Cairo. Al-Fath is above all a religious magazine who wants to defend Islam on all fronts; he pr...
2. A Complete Atheist
Jean Meslier, a largely forgotten figure of the history of political thought, is a radical thinker of the Enlightenment, and one who best illustrates Israel’s thesis about the period. This article, which proposes to set Meslier’s work in his intellectual context, will show just how radical this Cath...
From verites to Caritas: religion after religion
This article aims to address the passage from verites to Caritas as the preferred possibility of spirituality after religion. On the horizon of the philosophy of religion, the article discusses the problems of such a perspective and points to its contribution to reading the phenonics of the spiritua...
Social policy towards the family: Socialization or the end of a historic form?
Intensive development of socialist society, which started immediately after Second World War, proceeded simultaneously on two mutually conditional tracks: on material and ideological. In certain way, both were based on the critique of traditional social concept: starting from its economic and all th...
THE SIGN READING OF THE STRUCTRE OF UNIFICATION IN THE CIVILIZATION OF MESOPOTAMIA
The Mesopotamian artist conversed the functions of idols with multi-formation, varied pictured and structural significances sign momentum. Each phenomenon had an idol and each event had an idol. So multiplicity contributes in the enrichment of the Mesopotamian thought by the full and comprehensive f...
As it contributes to a fruitful dialogue, some ‘pecans’ of positivist and liberal or socialist atheists, who identify religious belief with the political right, are studied. These ‘pecados’ are the result of a manifest ignorance of the religious issue. The superiority of F. Nietzsche’s atheism, who...
The construction of intersubjective discourse in the sociologine of religion: the case of the New Era
The article addresses the problem of interpretation of the new religions attracted by the New Era case. In principle, it addresses the issue of the definition of the New Era, and the need to take into account the different points of vistapor some of the various actors contribute to its construction...
Communism and Religion: Istoriographic-antropological image
The text analyses the religious foundations of marksist/communist doctrines and the creation of a new type of religion in societies where communists have revolutionised. Communist atheism, which was established in Yugoslavia by the fall of the Second Houthi War, is interpreted as a secular religion...
AN ESSAY ON SOME COMMON ASPECTS OF BELIEFS AND THE PROCESS OF RELIGIOUS BELIEF IN HISTORY
On the matter of identifying human beliefs and the common aspects of these beliefs, it is possible to separate the people into two groups as atheists who claim that the universe has existed itself, therefore there is no god that is ruling over it and Deists who claim that there is a supreme being th...
A simple lesson of philosophy
I do not remember for what purpose was the insubstantial palliation I maintained with a young friend with very arduous intelligence and really pleasant treatment, which changed importance into a philosophical dialogue — and not about any fear — but on one of the highest possible flight: Is God scien...
KENOSIS Towards A New Theology Of Science
The «theology of science» which, in our opinion, brings us the image of the universe, life and man in contemporary science has its fundamental axis on the concept of «epistemological kenosis». This means that God, in the event that he is real and exists, has created an autonomous world, whose ultima...
Antony Flew From theisism for the scientific reason
We have mainly referred to the new atheism in the last decade, represented by Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens. Stephen Hawking does not belong to this group, but his ideas have been frequently commented on the God issue. We have therefore also discussed your idea...
Aspects of western cultural, Intolerance: on the hermeneutical approach to the Mah–abh–arata
There are frequent manifestations of Western cultural intolerance that prevent a scientific neutral approach to the intellectual achievements of other cultures, and also to appreciate them in their actual value. The authors of this article first refer to examples of this kind of intolerance in the f...
Agama dan kekerasan anti-Cina pada masa transisi demokrasi Indonesia, 1997-2004
In the discussions of anti-Chinese phenomena in Indonesian transition in 1997-2004, religion appears less dominating in regard of economic and political factors of ethnicity. In scientific works, the perception of antiChinese violence was also dominated by the views of politics and economy. In fact,...
Atheistic Trends in the Philosophy of the Enlightenment. The Impact of Extreme Materialism and Rationalism
This paper presents the development of the basic ideas of the European enlightenment. The philosophy of the enlightenment focused on rationalism and empirical materialism. These concepts had emerged from philosophical atheism. Human reason was brought to the fore, as a new basis for ethical, ontolog...
A striking mentality of the 17th century.
in this article the author carries out a historical reconstruction exercise of some of the elements that make up the European mentality in the 16th and 17th century, in terms of demoology, belief in the father and religious struggles; to contextualise Freud’s letter on “a 17th century demonial neuro...
The Russian Orthodox Church and atheism
After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the religious tide in Russia has been quick to rise. During the Soviet era, religion – particularly Orthodox Christianity and Islam – was considered to be one of the ‘enemies of the people’. Since the late 1990s however, Russian politicians at all leve...
The new visibility of atheism in Europe
The current issue of Approaching Religion, which opens the second volume of this e-journal, consists of papers, reviews and reflections originating from a roundtable seminar held at the Donner Institute in January 2012. Under the topic ‘The New Visibility of Atheism in Europe’, some twenty scholars...
Fideizm Jana Kalwina w doktrynie podwójnej predestynacji
Fideism, as a philosophical and theological view, is defined in various manners. Sometimes it is defined as the priority of faith over accounts of all kinds of cognition based on human reason. The Geneva reformer John Calvin (1509–1564) was a fideist, and he simultaneously admired Saint Augustine —...