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Religion
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Religion “Where ever an altar is found, there civilization exists.” Joseph De Maistre “Oh, senseless man, who cannot possibly make a worm, and yet will make Gods by dozens.” Michel De Montaigne “I count religion but a childish toy, and hold there is no sin but innocence.” Christopher Marlowe Religions are the cradles of despotism. Marquis De Sade “Give us religion that will help us to live—we can die without assistance.” E. Hubbard
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% of pop. who rate importance of God as 10 on a 10 point scale
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How Religious Are You? (Soc. 134)
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How Often Do You Pray? (Soc. 134)
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Religion Personal and cultural beliefs and values often based on religious system Life after death How people should act toward each other
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Differentiates between the sacred and the profane Sacred Profane
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Theoretical Perspectives Freud Psychological Marx – Hegel Conflict theory Durkheim Functionalism
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Freud “Religion is born of the need to make tolerable the helplessness of man.”
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Conflict Religion is the opiate of the masses Enslaves Liberation theology
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Functionalism Religion is ubiquitous…exists in all cultures Therefore, it must serve a critical function for survival of society
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1. Supplies answers to cosmic questions 2. 1.
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