Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity Schookl, 1974; M. Huntington vislumbra que Occidente enfrentará civilizaciones no occidentales que rechazarán sus ideales más típicos democracia, libertad, derechos humanos, soberanía de la ley, separación entre el Estado y la Iglesia , a la vez que aconseja un más sólido conocimiento del mundo no occidental, con objeto de potenciar la influencia occidental, sea a través de las relaciones ruso-japonesas, el aprovechamiento de las diferencias entre los estados islámicos o el mantenimiento de la superioridad miitar en el este y el sudeste asiáticos. In 1971 he received an M. He has held fellowships at the , the Center for the Study of World Religions, the , the Center for the Study of Values in Public Life, and the Center for Business and Government. Library of Philosophy and Religion. This volume offers readers an excellent grounding in the rich and diverse traditions of Hindu thought and is an essential reading for anyone interested in Hinduism, Indian philosophy, and religion Arvind Sharma, Ph. This volume offers readers an excellent grounding in the rich and diverse traditions of Hindu thought and is an essential reading for anyone interested in Hinduism, Indian philosophy, and religion.
Every employee embodies manifestations of every demographic that attach to him or her different minority and majority statuses at the same time. This chapter analyzes the implication of this classification for religious freedom, to discover that the concept of religious freedom could have opposite implications for various religions, depending on the category to which they belong. Previously he has been associated with the Universities of Sydney and Queensland Brisbane in Australia and Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1987, Sharma took the position of Associate Professor of Religious Studies at in. Each of these traditions possesses specific concepts, like that of iṣṭa-devatā in Hinduism or that of the Noachic covenant in Judaism, which can be aligned meaningfully to generate on overlapping consensus on religious freedom, and provide religious support for modern liberal secular discourse. In 1987, Sharma took the position of Associate Professor of Religious Studies at in.
Radhakrishnan 1888-1975 -- Universal religion in modern Hindu thought: some conclusions. Thus the manifestation of one demographic can determine the coping opportunities and coping behavior one applies to situations because of the minority status of another demographic. He is currently the Birks Professor of Comparative Religion there. Rabindranath Tagore 1861—1941 is perhaps the most universal among modern Hindu thinkers. The phenomenon of Ramakrsna is perhaps the most significant in the context of the concept of universal religion in modern Hindu thought. This coping behavior can include disclosure decisions about invisible demographics.
Cite this chapter as: Sharma A. Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity Schookl, 1974; M. State and religion, two of the oldest institutions known to mankind, have historically had a close relationship with each other, but the disestablishment of state religions has been one of the most drastic institutional transformations that has taken place in the modern era. Even secular movements may be capable of being divided into missionary and non-missionary, a fact which emphasizes the significance of this distinction. Some of his more famous works include Our Religions and Women in World Religions.
In 1962, Sharma joined the , serving in until 1968. Sharma was the first Infinity Foundation Visiting professor of Indic Studies at Harvard. In 1971 he received an M. An important distinctions to be made in this context is one between merely accepting converts as opposed to actively seeking them. In 1962, Sharma joined the , serving in until 1968.
In the light of this, they arguably possess their own concept of religious freedom. In 1978 he obtained his Ph. Economics, Syracuse University, 1970; B. El autor de este libro revisa la evolución de la política global desde el fin de la guerra fría y prevé que las fuente principal de conflictos en el futuro tiene raíces culturales, a partir de las líneas divisorias entre civilizaciones. In this last chapter we discover that, notwithstanding its polysemic connotations, the term can also be employed with a measure of semantic economy. All of these religions seem to provide for religious freedom in different ways and to a different extent, within the framework of their own worldview, which generates the possibility that religious freedom could be secured on either on a religious or secular basis, or on the basis of both. By integrating the demographics of age, disability status, nationality, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, and religion into one framework, the intersectional model proposed in this article broadens the perspective on minorities and related minority stress in the workplace.
Library of Philosophy and Religion. As these statuses are often related to organizational hierarchies, employees frequently hold positions of dominance and subordination at the same time. The foregoing survey of universal religion in the life and thought of several leading figures of modern Hinduism, enables one to identify two major senses in which the concept of universal religion has played itself out in modern Hinduism: either as the acceptance by all of one religion, or, as the acceptance of all the religions by one. Sharma's works focus on comparative religion, Hinduism, and the role of women in religion. . Most of the spokesmen of Hinduism in modern times really espoused the former, some the latter, while a few took both the possibilities into account. Feminism in World Religions was selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Book.
In: The Concept of Universal Religion in Modern Hindu Thought. Modern Hindu Thought: An Introduction is devoted to the analysis of the concepts of modern Hindu thought, where modern is understood to begin by c. We first use the data to examine the evolution of secularism over time and its variation across religious traditions. Economics, Syracuse University, 1970; B. It will be of special interest to students and scholars of religion, classical philosophy, and Indian literature, as well as to anyone interested in Hinduism.