Cross Cultural Deities

Cross Cultural Deities - Cross Cultural Deities Professor...

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Cross Cultural Deities Professor MS. Smith 1. Translatability of Deities: o Die across culture identified with one another, One cultures identify with another. o Other people's Deities are recognized as valid 2. Military camps drawn out in modern ages by religion 3. Relation between translatability and empire power. 4. Political oppression 5. Ancient Translability not a model for 6. Monotheism: lead to nontolereance. NOT TURE, 7. 4 kinds of implicit theories o Chief dieties of both nations are included ___________ o Recongnition of functions o Classified according to geography o Gender identity. 8. Imperial international relations between Hattis and Egyptians. o In keepin wi small scale is deployed local trans o Trans took form of o Reduction of trans, represent s internal developemtn 1200 - 800, Assyrian Empire o Conceptual shift sph side by side of both o Discourse about Isreal ongining project of harmonization 9. Judges 11: translability in function of gods 10. Monarchic world view 11. Syria. Take over, gods no longer on parallel. Reject Syrrian while at the same time adapting
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2008 for the course SCI V09.0010 taught by Professor Fitch during the Spring '08 term at NYU.

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