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The Resource A history of religious ideas : v.3 - from Muhammad to the age of reforms, Mircea Eliade ; translated from the French by Alf Hiltebeitel and Diane Apostolos-Cappadona

A history of religious ideas : v.3 - from Muhammad to the age of reforms, Mircea Eliade ; translated from the French by Alf Hiltebeitel and Diane Apostolos-Cappadona

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A history of religious ideas : v.3 - from Muhammad to the age of reforms
Title
A history of religious ideas
Title remainder
v.3 - from Muhammad to the age of reforms
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Mircea Eliade ; translated from the French by Alf Hiltebeitel and Diane Apostolos-Cappadona
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  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Summary
This volume completes the immensely learned three-volume A History of Religious Ideas. Eliade examines the movement of Jewish thought out of ancient Eurasia, the Christian transformation of the Mediterranean area and Europe, and the rise and diffusion of Islam from approximately the sixth through the seventeenth centuries. Eliade's vast knowledge of past and present scholarship provides a synthesis that is unparalleled. In addition to reviewing recent interpretations of the individual traditions, he explores the interactions of the three religions and shows their continuing mutual
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E7B
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1907-1986
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Eliade, Mircea
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291
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index present
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BL48
LC item number
.E3813 1985eb
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Hiltebeitel, Alf
  • Apostolos-Cappadona, Diane
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  • Religion
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A history of religious ideas : v.3 - from Muhammad to the age of reforms, Mircea Eliade ; translated from the French by Alf Hiltebeitel and Diane Apostolos-Cappadona
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  • Translation of Histoire des croyances et des idées religieuses
  • Orignally published in French under the title Histoire des croyances et des idées religieuses. Vol. 3: De Muhomes á l'âge des Réformes. © Payot, Paris, 1983
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; 31. The Religions of Ancient Eurasia: Turko-Mongols, Finno-Ugrians, Balto-Slavs; 241. Hunters, nomads, warriors; 242. Tängri, the ""Celestial God""; 243. The structure of the world; 244. The vicissitudes of creation; 245. The shaman and shamanic initiation; 246. Shamanic myths and rituals; 247. The meaning and importance of shamanism; 248. The religions of the northern Asians and the Finno-Ugrians; 249. The religion of the Balts; 250. Slavic paganism; 251. Rites, myths, and beliefs of the Old Slavs
  • 32. The Christian Churches up to the Iconoclastic Crisis (Eighth to Ninth Centuries)252. Roma non pereat . . .; 253. Augustine: From Tagaste to Hippo; 254. The great predecessor of Augustine: Origen; 255. The polemical positions of Augustine: His doctrine of Grace and Predestination; 256. The cult of the saints: Martyria, relics, and pilgrimages; 257. The Eastern Church and the flowering of Byzantine theology; 258. The veneration of icons and iconoclasm; 33. Muhammad and the Unfolding of Islam; 259. Allah, deus otiosus of the Arabs; 260. Muhammad, the "" Apostle of God''
  • 261. The ecstatic voyage to Heaven and the Holy Book262. The Emigration to Medina; 263. From exile to triumph; 264. The message of the Quran; 265. The irruption of Islam into the Mediterranean and the Near East; 34. Western Catholicism from Charlemagne to Joachim of Floris; 266. Christianity during the High Middle Ages; 267. The assimilation and reinterpretation of pre- Christian traditions: Sacred kingship and chivalry; 268. The Crusades: Eschatology and politics; 269. The religious significance of Romanesque art and courtly romance
  • 270. Esotericism and literary creations: Troubadours, Fedeli d'Amore, and the Grail cycle271. Joachim of Floris: A new theology of history; 35. Muslim Theologies and Mystical Traditions; 272. The fundamentals of the mainstream theology; 273. Shî'ism and the esoteric hermeneutic; 274. Ismailism and the exaltation of the Imâm; the Great Resurrection; the Mahdî; 275. Sufism, esoterism, and mystical experiences; 276. Several Sufi masters, from Dhû'l-Nûn to Tirmidhî; 277. Al-Hallâj, mystic and martyr; 278. Al-Ghazzâlî and the reconciliation between Kalâm and Sufism
  • 279. The first metaphysicians. Avicenna. Philosophy in Muslim Spain280. The last and greatest thinkers of Andalusia: Averroës and Ibn Arabî; 281. Sohrawardî and the mysticism of Light; 282. Jalâl al-Dîn Rûmî: Sacred music, poetry, and dance; 283. The triumph of Sufism and the reaction of the theologians. Alchemy; 36. Judaism from the Bar Kokhba Revolt to Hasidism; 284. The compilation of the Mishnah; 285. The Talmud. The anti-Rabbinic reaction: The Karaites; 286. Jewish theologians and philosophers of the Middle Ages; 287. Maimonides between Aristotle and the Torah
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882503981
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unknown
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1 online resource (373 pages)
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online
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9780226147727
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
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remote
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(OCoLC)882503981
Label
A history of religious ideas : v.3 - from Muhammad to the age of reforms, Mircea Eliade ; translated from the French by Alf Hiltebeitel and Diane Apostolos-Cappadona
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Translation of Histoire des croyances et des idées religieuses
  • Orignally published in French under the title Histoire des croyances et des idées religieuses. Vol. 3: De Muhomes á l'âge des Réformes. © Payot, Paris, 1983
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; 31. The Religions of Ancient Eurasia: Turko-Mongols, Finno-Ugrians, Balto-Slavs; 241. Hunters, nomads, warriors; 242. Tängri, the ""Celestial God""; 243. The structure of the world; 244. The vicissitudes of creation; 245. The shaman and shamanic initiation; 246. Shamanic myths and rituals; 247. The meaning and importance of shamanism; 248. The religions of the northern Asians and the Finno-Ugrians; 249. The religion of the Balts; 250. Slavic paganism; 251. Rites, myths, and beliefs of the Old Slavs
  • 32. The Christian Churches up to the Iconoclastic Crisis (Eighth to Ninth Centuries)252. Roma non pereat . . .; 253. Augustine: From Tagaste to Hippo; 254. The great predecessor of Augustine: Origen; 255. The polemical positions of Augustine: His doctrine of Grace and Predestination; 256. The cult of the saints: Martyria, relics, and pilgrimages; 257. The Eastern Church and the flowering of Byzantine theology; 258. The veneration of icons and iconoclasm; 33. Muhammad and the Unfolding of Islam; 259. Allah, deus otiosus of the Arabs; 260. Muhammad, the "" Apostle of God''
  • 261. The ecstatic voyage to Heaven and the Holy Book262. The Emigration to Medina; 263. From exile to triumph; 264. The message of the Quran; 265. The irruption of Islam into the Mediterranean and the Near East; 34. Western Catholicism from Charlemagne to Joachim of Floris; 266. Christianity during the High Middle Ages; 267. The assimilation and reinterpretation of pre- Christian traditions: Sacred kingship and chivalry; 268. The Crusades: Eschatology and politics; 269. The religious significance of Romanesque art and courtly romance
  • 270. Esotericism and literary creations: Troubadours, Fedeli d'Amore, and the Grail cycle271. Joachim of Floris: A new theology of history; 35. Muslim Theologies and Mystical Traditions; 272. The fundamentals of the mainstream theology; 273. Shî'ism and the esoteric hermeneutic; 274. Ismailism and the exaltation of the Imâm; the Great Resurrection; the Mahdî; 275. Sufism, esoterism, and mystical experiences; 276. Several Sufi masters, from Dhû'l-Nûn to Tirmidhî; 277. Al-Hallâj, mystic and martyr; 278. Al-Ghazzâlî and the reconciliation between Kalâm and Sufism
  • 279. The first metaphysicians. Avicenna. Philosophy in Muslim Spain280. The last and greatest thinkers of Andalusia: Averroës and Ibn Arabî; 281. Sohrawardî and the mysticism of Light; 282. Jalâl al-Dîn Rûmî: Sacred music, poetry, and dance; 283. The triumph of Sufism and the reaction of the theologians. Alchemy; 36. Judaism from the Bar Kokhba Revolt to Hasidism; 284. The compilation of the Mishnah; 285. The Talmud. The anti-Rabbinic reaction: The Karaites; 286. Jewish theologians and philosophers of the Middle Ages; 287. Maimonides between Aristotle and the Torah
Control code
882503981
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (373 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780226147727
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)882503981

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