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by James Alexander Kapaló
This ethnographic study of Gagauz religion offers an original perspective on ‘folk religion’ as discourse and object of study. It is also the first monograph published in a Western language on this little-known European people’s history and culture.
Edited by Jan G. Platvoet and Arie L. Molendijk
The Pragmatics of Defining Religion is a multidisciplinary volume on the problem of the definition of religion with chapters on the polemics of defining religion in modern contexts, the history of the concept of religion, the methodology of its definition; it includes several definition proposals.
Edited by Thomas A. Idinopulos and Brian C. Wilson
What is Religion? consists of fourteen essays written by a selection of scholars who represent a wide spectrum of approaches to the academic study of religion. The volume includes a critical introductory essay by the editors and a selected bibliography.
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