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Rituals in Interreligious Dialogue

Rituals are back on stage today. Until recently, they were regarded as an obsolete and even incomprehensible part of religions, relegated to the background while ethics and spirituality attracted more focus. However, the realisation is growing that rituals represent the treasure of religious memory. They connect the human being to ...

A Theory of the Origin and Evolution of Man Based on Hegel’s Philosophy

This volume provides a scientific justification for the optimal formula of social justice through a critical analysis of the basic principles of Marxism.While interest in Marxism is particularly prevalent in China today, the theory developed here concerning the origins and evolution of man will be of interest to everyone, and will ...

Instances of Death in Greek Tragedy

In some versions of the myth, Iphigenia was due to be immolated by her father on Artemis’ altar before the beginning of the Trojan War, but was replaced by the goddess with a deer, at the last moment. This is the most staggering, and perhaps best-known, rite of sacrifice in Greek tragedy. Perfectly symmetrical, the end of this war ...

A Universal Philosophy of Confidence-Informed Social Motivation

Humans are natural philosophizers who are constantly forming interpretations and expectations based upon their perceptions and prior experiences, including their familiarity with particular people and activities, and the social contexts within which these are situated. As human individuals, we all have an innate sense of philosophy...
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