8-31 - individual agency. Religions of South and East Asia...

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Characteristics of “World Religions” Centered in urban settings (though variations spread to rural areas). Authority resides in literate elites. Highly institutionalized. In modern era, world religions form imagined communities.
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Abrahamic Religions Monotheistic (or henotheistic). Sectarian. Dualistic. Lesser focus on
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Unformatted text preview: individual agency. Religions of South and East Asia Atheistic or Polytheistic Non-sectarian Monistic Greater focus on individual agency. Discussion Sections 1 F 9:30-10:25 HBC 323 Wendy 2 F 9:30-10:25 HBC 204 Dan 3 F 10:35-11:30 Bowne 418 Wendy 4 F 10:35-11:30 HBC 204 Dan 5 W 3:45-4:40 Arch 203 Honors...
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