Studies in critical social sciences. 1573-4234 ; v. 9.
International conference proceedings.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -481) and index.
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Introduction: The development of the critical theory of religion in Dubrovnik from 1975 to 2007 / Rudolf J. Siebert Constantine : from religious pluralism to Christian hegemony / A. James Reimer Christianity and the concept of national guilt / Denis R. Janz Pius XII and the Third Reich / Hans K. Weitensteiner Tepeyac and Plymouth Rock : pilgrimage and nationalism in Mexico and the United States / Brian C. Wilson Pains and pleasures of opium, religion, and modernity : a new view of Robert Owen / Anja Finger Max Horkheimer's negative theology of the totally other / Michael R. Ott Functional view of religion: limits and dangers : some remarks and directions / Gottfried Küenzlen Religion within the space of reasons / Helmut Fritzsche Spiritual culture : transcendence of the fundamental problems of life / Reimon Bachika Future of Christianity as a question about the future of Europe / Gottfried Küenzlen Civil society and the globalization of its "state of emergency" : the longing for the totally other as a force of social change / Michael R. Ott Social philosophical reflections on the concepts of culture and multiculturalism in the context of globalization / Kjartan Selnes Ethics and religion: from modern "Aufhebung" to post-modern revival / Mislav Kukoč Ethics of interpretation after postmodernism / Hans-Herbert Kögler Toward a naturalistic foundation of community : how science can solve the spiritual crisis? / Werner Krieglstein Socio-economic basis for religious socialization and youth issues in Croatia / Dunja Potočnik Serbian Orthodox Church and the Serbian national identity : some relations and controversies / Alexandra Basa Education toward humanity / Aurelia Margaretic Human being called "homo techno-sapiens" : a note on a post-human perspective / Jan Fennema Theology of revolution versus theology of counter-revolution / Rudolf J. Siebert.