Catalog Year : 2020-21


Philosophy

Philosophy


PHIL 3205 E01 - Theories of Religion
Credits: 3.00
This course examines some of the most important historical developments in the Western academic study of religion. Topics covered include: how to define and conceptualize religion itself; the role the concept of religion has played in colonialism and indigenous responses; the function of religion in relation to human psychology, identity, society, and politics; the insider/outsider problem; the distinction between religious studies and theology; and the role and importance of various aspects of religion including texts, practices, community, and institutional authority.

Lecture: 3.00
College: Coll of Arts/Cult.& Sci Inq.
Department: Art, History & Philosophy
Campus Distance Learning Technology
Start Date AUG 12, 2020 End Date DEC 05, 2020
Days Taught TBA Time of Day TBA Location Intnet - INTERNET BASED COURSE TBA
Instructor(s):Rosemary  Kellison Open Seats:8 of 25 as of 10/21/2020 01:14:15
Pre-requisites: ENGL 1101
Additional Information: Instructional Method: Entirely at a distance (E)
    100% online course. No face-to-face meetings required.
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