2 edition of Play and power in religion found in the catalog.
Play and power in religion
A. F. Droogers
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Series||Religion and reason -- v. 50|
|LC Classifications||BL65.P6 D76 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011029144|
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However, Machiavelli himself seems to try to avoid discussing about religion per se in The Prince, instead concentrating only on its advantages and disadvantages strictly related to maintaining power in a principality.
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4 Religion, Power, Politics religion to the private sphere is the result of a historical process in Europe that is without parallel in other regions.
The secular-ization theory based on this development and the assumption that there is a necessary connection between modernization and secularization must therefore be revised. Chapter 2 introduces.
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The structural-functional approach to religion has its roots in Emile Durkheim’s work on religion. Durkheim argued that religion is, in a sense, the celebration and even (self-) worship of human society.
Given this approach, Durkheim proposed that religion has three major functions in society: it provides social cohesion to help maintain. In the tragic play, Oedipus Rex, the Gods and religion greatly influence the social structure which in turn has a profound effect upon how the events unfold.
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