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Belief In The Past

Author : David S Whitley
ISBN : 9781315433073
Genre : Social Science
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Human actions are often deeply intertwined with religion and can be understood in a strictly religious context. Yet, many volumes and articles pertaining to discussions of religion in the archaeological past have focused primarily on the sociopolitical implications of such remains. The authors in this volume argue that while these interpretations certainly have a meaningful place in understanding the human past, they provide only part of the picture. Because strictly religious contexts have often been ignored, this has resulted in an incomplete assessment of religious behavior in the past. This volume considers exciting new directions for considering an archaeology of religion, offering examples from theory, tangible archaeological remains, and ethnography.

Belief In The Past

Author : Timothy Insoll
ISBN : UOM:39015053028851
Genre : Social Science
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This collection of twelve papers, the proceedings of a conference on archaeology and religion held in Manchester in 2002, aims to bring together these two fields which have had an unhappy relationship in the past. `Ritual' is the last resort when the archaeological evidence resists interpretation, perhaps because, as Timothy Insoll argues, archaeologists view the world through secular eyes. The contributions examine a range of sites, from different periods and cultures, in order to suggest new ways of assessing the material evidence. Religion, after all, might have been the primary factor in shaping past societies. Subjects include: the archaeology of Norse religion; the archaeology of the Mesaran Tholos tombs; cult places in Minoan Crete; the Neolithic `Sweet Track' of Somerset; neurophenomenology; the archaeology of Ethiopian monasticism; smelting iron in Ethiopia; India's `Temple City'; the modern history of Sanchi, a site of Buddhist monuments; royal funerals and sacrifices in Nepal; Christianity and conversion in south-west Britain.

The Religious Aspect Of Philosophy

Author : Josiah Royce
ISBN : UCD:31175008500483
Genre : Philosophy and religion
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Past Life Regression Using Your Religious Belief

Author : Babu Moses
ISBN : 9781984565440
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Dr. Babu Moses, based on his Hindu/Indian heritage and from his clinical experiences as board-certified electromyographer/hypnotherapist, takes past life regression into a profound religious experience through biblical concepts. Those who believe in reincarnation, in the verses from the Bible, in Matthew 17:12–13, Jesus told the disciples that Elias reincarnated as John the Baptist. Again, in Mathew 22:31–32, Jesus said, “I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Issac, and the God of Jacob. God is not the God of the dead, but of the living.” In that case, all of them could be living among us. For those who believe in reincarnation, this book will expand their knowledge and experience. Those who do not believe, all past life regression scripts are also meditation scripts. This book will lead into deeper meaning of knowing the purpose and destiny of this life.

Cognitive Archaeology

Author : David Whitley
ISBN : 9781351654395
Genre : Social Science
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Cognitive Archaeology: Mind, Ethnography, and the Past in South Africa and Beyond interprets the social and cultural lives of the past, in part by using ethnography to build informed models of past cultural and social systems and partly by using natural models to understand symbolism and belief. How does an archaeologist interpret the past? Which theories are relevant, what kinds of data must be acquired, and how can interpretations be derived? One interpretive approach, developed in southern Africa in the 1980s, has been particularly successful even if still not widely known globally. With an expressed commitment to scientific method, it has resulted in deeper, well-tested understandings of belief, ritual, settlement patterns and social systems. This volume brings together a series of papers that demonstrate and illustrate this approach to archaeological interpretation, including contributions from North America, Western Europe and sub-Saharan Africa, in the process highlighting innovative methodological and substantive research that improves our understanding of the human past. Aimed at theoretically-oriented archaeological researchers, it will be also relevant to method and theory courses and post-graduate students due to its theoretical and methodological emphasis. Further, it will have interest for heritage professionals working with Indigenous communities.

Lectures On The Philosophy Of The Human Mind

Author : Thomas Brown
ISBN : HARVARD:32044010181154
Genre : Philosophy
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An Analysis Of Religious Belief

Author : John Russell Amberley (viscount)
ISBN : NYPL:33433068192511
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Gleanings Of Past Years 1843 78

Author : William Ewart Gladstone
ISBN : UIUC:30112080210245
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The Westminster Review

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Mind

Author : George Croom Robertson
ISBN : PRNC:32101076796976
Genre : Philosophy
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Memory Brain And Belief

Author : Daniel L. Schacter
ISBN : 0674007190
Genre : Psychology
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This text will be stimulating to scholars in several academic fields. It ranges from cognitive, neurological and pathological perspectives on memory and belief, to memory and belief in autobiographical narratives.

Does The Soul Survive?

Author : Elie Kaplan Spitz
ISBN : 9781580231657
Genre : Religion
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The author look beyond the grave to explore Jewish beliefs about the afterlife, drawing on traditional Jewish texts to discuss numerous perspectives on this important topic.

Travelling Free

Author : Mandy Evans
ISBN : 1878639048
Genre : Religion
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The Land Of The Permauls Or Cochin Its Past And Its Present

Author : Francis Day
ISBN : OXFORD:N13191937
Genre : Cochin (Princely State)
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Cult Archaeology Creationism

Author : Francis B. Harrold
ISBN : UOM:39015034863921
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Understanding why this should be so and how we as a society might deal with these widespread pseudoscientific beliefs are the subjects at the heart of this study.

When Is True Belief Knowledge?

Author : Richard Foley
ISBN : 9780691154725
Genre : Philosophy
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A woman glances at a broken clock and comes to believe it is a quarter past seven. Yet, despite the broken clock, it really does happen to be a quarter past seven. Her belief is true, but it isn't knowledge. This is a classic illustration of a central problem in epistemology: determining what knowledge requires in addition to true belief. In this provocative book, Richard Foley finds a new solution to the problem in the observation that whenever someone has a true belief but not knowledge, there is some significant aspect of the situation about which she lacks true beliefs--something important that she doesn't quite "get." This may seem a modest point but, as Foley shows, it has the potential to reorient the theory of knowledge. Whether a true belief counts as knowledge depends on the importance of the information one does or doesn't have. This means that questions of knowledge cannot be separated from questions about human concerns and values. It also means that, contrary to what is often thought, there is no privileged way of coming to know. Knowledge is a mutt. Proper pedigree is not required. What matters is that one doesn't lack important nearby information. Challenging some of the central assumptions of contemporary epistemology, this is an original and important account of knowledge.

History Of Licking County O Its Past And Present Containing A Condensed Comprehensive History Of Ohio Including An Outline History Of The Northwest

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The Works Of Thomas Reid Now Fully Collected With Selections From His Unpublished Letters Preface Notes And Supplementary Dissertations By William Hamilton

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The Works Of Thomas Reid

Author : Thomas Reid
ISBN : UVA:X002119904
Genre : Free will and determinism
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Theology Of The Past And The Future By M M K Reprinted From Part I Of His Commentary On Leviticus

Author : Marcus Moritz Kalisch
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