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TR 01-26-11 Method in the Study of Religion Study Guide for the Test In preparation for the test on method in the study of Religion, review the following list of terms. For each, ask yourself what it means, how it functions, and why it is important? In answering these questions, work backwards from the lecture notes to the texts. Use the lecture notes to structure the readings, rather than the other way around. Good luck on your preparation for the exam. kinds of definitions (conventional, operational, functional, essential) [weaknesses, strengths] features of good essential definitions (brief, necessary, comprehensive, clear, prosaic)
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Unformatted text preview: signs (qualitative, indexic, representational, presentational) sacred space and sacred time vs. profane space and profane time Religion (Rybas definition) Eastern Religions (Rybas definition) Phenomenology of Religion (the phenomenological method) empathy interpolation / extrapolation Comparative Approaches to the Study of Religions family resemblances comparative approaches vs. significant structures comparative approaches worldview(s) canon(s) of scriptures cosmology hierology anthropology soteriology horizonal nature of religious experience...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course PHIL 330 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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