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  • Cosmológica, holista y relacional: una corriente de la religiosidad popular contemporánea.
    Semán, Pablo (2001)
    Ciencias sociales y religión/Ciências sociais e religião 3:3: 45-74.

    Associated Search Terms: Cosmology; Popular religion
  • Cultures Jeunes et Religion: Réflexions Théoriques.
    Bizeuil, Yves (2001)
    In Jean-Pierre Bastian (ed.) La modernité religieuse en perspective comparée. Europe latine--Amérique latine. Paris: Karthala, pp. 141-151.

    Post modern youth have functional equivalents for religion.

    Associated Search Terms: Justice; Cosmology; Functionalism, micro; Integration (social); Meaning; Prophecy; Ritual; Secularization; Youth; Identity
  • Is "Nothing" Sacred? "Sacred" Cosmology Among the Avant-garde.
    Hunter, James Davison, James L. Nolan, Jr., and Beth A. Eck (1994)
    In Arthur L. Greil and Thomas Robbins (eds.), Religion and the Social Order. Volume 4. Between Sacred and Secular: Research and Thery on Quasi-Religion. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press, pp. 79-94.

    Based on interviews with 12 avant-garde artists; finds a denial of any telos at the center of their cosmology.

    Associated Search Terms: Cosmology; Artist
  • The World Images of New Religions and Healing Movements.
    Beckford, James A. (1985)
    In R. Kenneth Jones (ed.), Sickness and Sectarianism: Exploratory Studies in Medicine and Religious Sectarianism. Aldershot, England: Gower, pp. 72-93.

    Associated Search Terms: New religions; Healing; Cosmology; Medical
  • El Elemento Monistico en el Pensamiento Indonesio.
    Kroef, Justus M. van der (1962)
    Revista mexicana de sociologia 24:2: 496-520.

    Describes a monistic cosmology as underlying he variety of Indonesian religions.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Cosmology
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