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The Oxford handbook of religion and violence [Texte imprimé] /

de Juergensmeyer, Mark (edt.) ; Kitts, Margo (edt.) ; Jerryson, Michael Kessler (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XIII-653 p.) ; 26 cm. Collection: Oxford Handbooks Édition: Oxford ; New York ; Auckland [etc] : Oxford University Press, cop. 2013.ISBN: 9780199759996 (rel); 9780190270094 (br); 0199759995 (rel).Contenu: Introduction: The Enduring Relationship of Religion and Violence / Mark Juergensmeyer, Margo Kitts, and Michael Jerryson (p.1) -- Part I: Overview of Religious Traditions -- Violence and Nonviolence at the Heart of Hindu Ethics / Veena Das (p.15) -- Buddhist Traditions and Violence / Michael Jerryson (p.41) -- Sikh Traditions and Violence / Cynthia Keppley Mahmood (p.67) -- Religion and Violence in the Jewish Traditions / Ron Hassner and Gideon Aran (p.78) -- Religion and Violence in Christian Traditions / Lloyd Steffen (p.100) -- Muslim Engagement with Injustice and Violence / Bruce Lawrence (p.126) -- African Traditional Religion and Violence / Nathalie Wlodarczyk (p.153) -- Religion and Violence in Pacific Island Societies / Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart (p.167) -- Violence in Chinese Religious Traditions / Meir Shahar (p.183) -- Part II: Patterns and Themes -- The Religious Problem of Evil / James Aho (p.199) --Sacrifice/Human Sacrifice in Religious Traditions / David Carrasco (p.209) -- Martyrdom in Islam / David Cook (p.226) -- Starvation and Self Mutilation in Religious Traditions / Liz Wilson (p.242) -- Apocalyptic Religion and Violence / Jamel Velji (p.250) -- Cosmic War in Religious Traditions / Reza Aslan (p.260) --Genocide and the Religious Imaginary in Rwanda / Christopher Taylor (p.268) -- Terrorism as Performance Violence / Mark Juergensmeyer (p.280) -- Christianity and Torture / Karen King (p.293) -- Just War and Legal Restraints / John Kelsay (p.306) -- Religiously Motivated Violence in the Abortion Debate / Julie Ingersoll (p.315) -- Conflicts over Sacred Ground / Ron E. Hassner (p.324) -- Religion and Political Violence / Monica Toft (p.332) -- Rituals of Death and Remembrance / Susumu Shimazono and Margo Kitts (p.351) -- Violent Death in Religious Imagination / Margo Kitts (p.351) -- Part III: Analytic Approaches -- Religion and Violence from a Sociological Perspective / John R. Hall (p.363) -- Religion and Violence from an Anthropological Perspective / Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern (p.375) -- Religion and Violence from a Psychological Perspective / James W. Jones (p.385) -- Religion and Violence from a Political Science Perspective / Daniel Philpott (p.397) -- Religion and Violence from Literary Perspectives / Margo Kitts (p.410) -- Religion and Violence from Christian Perspectives / Charles Kimball (p.424) -- Part IV: New Directions -- Sacrificial Violence: A Problem in Ancient Religions / Walter Burkert (p.437) -- Cities as One Site for Religion and Violence / Saskia Sassen (p.455) -- Armageddon in Christian, Sunni and Shi'a Traditions / Michael Sells (p.467) -- Phenomenal Violence and the Philosophy of Religion / Hent de Vries (p.496) -- The Construction of Evil and the Violence of Purification / David Frankfurter (p.521) -- Mimetic Theories of Religion and Violence / Wolfgang Palaver (p.533) -- Religion and Scarcity: A New Theory for the Role of Religion in Violence / Hector Avalos (p.554) -- Ritual, Religion, and Violence: An Evolutionary Perspective / Candance S. Alcorta and Richard Sosis (p.571) -- Divergent Modes of Religiosity and Armed Struggle / Harvey Whitehouse and Brian McQuinn (p.597) -- A Sociotheological Approach to Understanding Religious Violence / Mark Juergensmeyer and Mona Sheik (p.620) – Index (p.645)Table des matières / Sommaire: Introduction: ''The Enduring Relationship of Religion and Violence'' - Mark Juergensmeyer, Margo Kitts, and Michael JerrysonPart I: Overview of Religious Traditions1. Hindu: ''Violence and Nonviolence at the Heart of Hindu Ethics'' - Veena Das2. Buddhist: ''Buddhist Traditions and Violence'' - Michael Jerryson3. Sikh: ''Sikh Traditions and Violence'' - Cynthia Keppley Mahmood4. Jewish: ''Religion and Violence in the Jewish Traditions'' - Ron Hassner and Gideon Aran5. Christian:''Religion and Violence in Christian Traditions'' - Lloyd Steffen6. Islamic: ''Muslim Engagement with Injustice and Violence''- Bruce Lawrence7. African: ''African Traditional Religion and Violence'' - Nathalie Wlodarczyk8. Pacific Island: ''Religion and Violence in Pacific Island Societies'' - Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart9. Chinese: ''Violence in Chinese Religious Traditions'' - Meir ShaharPart II: Patterns and Themes10. Evil: ''The Religious Problem of Evil'' - James Aho11. Sacrifice: ''Sacrifice/Human Sacrifice in Religious Traditions'' - David Carrasco12. Martyrdom: ''Martyrdom in Islam'' - David Cook13. Self Mutilation: ''Starvation and Self Mutilation in Religious Traditions'' - Liz Wilson14. Apocalypse: ''Apocalyptic Religion and Violence'' - Jamel Velji15. Sacred War: ''Cosmic War in Religious Traditions'' - Reza Aslan16. Genocide: ''Genocide and the Religious Imaginary in Rwanda'' - Christopher Taylor17. Terrorism: ''Terrorism as Performance Violence'' - Mark Juergensmeyer18. Torture: ''Christianity and Torture'' - Karen King19. Just War: ''Just War and Legal Restraints'' - John Kelsay20. Abortion: ''Religiously Motivated Violence in the Abortion Debate'' - Julie Ingersoll21. Contested Sites: ''Conflicts over Sacred Ground'' - Ron E. Hassner22. Political Violence: ''Religion and Political Violence'' - Monica Toft23. Death Rituals: ''Rituals of Death and Remembrance'' - Susumu Shimazono and Margo Kitts24. Violent Death: ''Violent Death in Religious Imagination'' - Margo KittsPart III: Analytic Approaches25. Sociology: ''Religion and Violence from a Sociological Perspective'' - John R. Hall26. Anthropology: ''Religion and Violence from an Anthropological Perspective'' - Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern27. Psychology: ''Religion and Violence from a Psychological Perspective'' - James W. Jones28. Political Science: ''Religion and Violence from a Political Science Perspective''- Daniel Philpott29. Literary Theory: ''Religion and Violence from Literary Perspectives'' - Margo Kitts30. Theology: ''Religion and Violence from Christian Perspectives'' - Charles KimballPart IV: New Directions31 Sacrifice: ''Sacrificial Violence: A Problem in Ancient Religions'' - Walter Burkert32. Cities: ''Cities as One Site for Religion and Violence'' - Saskia Sassen33. Armageddon: ''Armageddon in Christian, Sunni and Shi'a Traditions'' - Michael Sells34. Phenomenal Violence: ''Phenomenal Violence and the Philosophy of Religion'' - Hent de Vries35. Constructions of Evil : ''The Construction of Evil and the Violence of Purification'' - David Frankfurter36. Mimetic Theory: ''Mimetic Theories of Religion and Violence'' - Wolfgang Palaver37. Scarcity: ''Religion and Scarcity: A New Theory for the Role of Religion in Violence'' - Hector Avalos38. Evolutionary Theory: ''Ritual, Religion, and Violence: An Evolutionary Perspective'' - Candance S. Alcorta and Richard Sosis39. Rites of Terror: ''Divergent Modes of Religiosity and Armed Struggle'' - Harvey Whitehouse and Brian McQuinn40. Sociotheology: ''A Sociotheological Approach to Understanding Religious Violence'' - Mark Juergensmeyer and Mona SheikSujet RAMEAU: Violence Religious aspects | Violence Aspect religieux | Guerre Aspect religieuxThématique: Religion | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Martyr | Mutilation | Génocide | Relations religion-politique | Terrorisme | Anthropologie des religions | Judaïsme | Bouddhisme | Conflits religieux | Conflit armé | Christianisme | Violence | Corps humain | Anthropologie | Guerre | Rituel | Islam | Torture | Tradition | Pratique religieuse | Sacrifice humainType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord
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Notes bibliogr. Index.

Introduction: The Enduring Relationship of Religion and Violence / Mark Juergensmeyer, Margo Kitts, and Michael Jerryson (p.1) -- Part I: Overview of Religious Traditions -- Violence and Nonviolence at the Heart of Hindu Ethics / Veena Das (p.15) -- Buddhist Traditions and Violence / Michael Jerryson (p.41) -- Sikh Traditions and Violence / Cynthia Keppley Mahmood (p.67) -- Religion and Violence in the Jewish Traditions / Ron Hassner and Gideon Aran (p.78) -- Religion and Violence in Christian Traditions / Lloyd Steffen (p.100) -- Muslim Engagement with Injustice and Violence / Bruce Lawrence (p.126) -- African Traditional Religion and Violence / Nathalie Wlodarczyk (p.153) -- Religion and Violence in Pacific Island Societies / Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart (p.167) -- Violence in Chinese Religious Traditions / Meir Shahar (p.183) -- Part II: Patterns and Themes -- The Religious Problem of Evil / James Aho (p.199) --Sacrifice/Human Sacrifice in Religious Traditions / David Carrasco (p.209) -- Martyrdom in Islam / David Cook (p.226) -- Starvation and Self Mutilation in Religious Traditions / Liz Wilson (p.242) -- Apocalyptic Religion and Violence / Jamel Velji (p.250) -- Cosmic War in Religious Traditions / Reza Aslan (p.260) --Genocide and the Religious Imaginary in Rwanda / Christopher Taylor (p.268) -- Terrorism as Performance Violence / Mark Juergensmeyer (p.280) -- Christianity and Torture / Karen King (p.293) -- Just War and Legal Restraints / John Kelsay (p.306) -- Religiously Motivated Violence in the Abortion Debate / Julie Ingersoll (p.315) -- Conflicts over Sacred Ground / Ron E. Hassner (p.324) -- Religion and Political Violence / Monica Toft (p.332) -- Rituals of Death and Remembrance / Susumu Shimazono and Margo Kitts (p.351) -- Violent Death in Religious Imagination / Margo Kitts (p.351) -- Part III: Analytic Approaches -- Religion and Violence from a Sociological Perspective / John R. Hall (p.363) -- Religion and Violence from an Anthropological Perspective / Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern (p.375) -- Religion and Violence from a Psychological Perspective / James W. Jones (p.385) -- Religion and Violence from a Political Science Perspective / Daniel Philpott (p.397) -- Religion and Violence from Literary Perspectives / Margo Kitts (p.410) -- Religion and Violence from Christian Perspectives / Charles Kimball (p.424) -- Part IV: New Directions -- Sacrificial Violence: A Problem in Ancient Religions / Walter Burkert (p.437) -- Cities as One Site for Religion and Violence / Saskia Sassen (p.455) -- Armageddon in Christian, Sunni and Shi'a Traditions / Michael Sells (p.467) -- Phenomenal Violence and the Philosophy of Religion / Hent de Vries (p.496) -- The Construction of Evil and the Violence of Purification / David Frankfurter (p.521) -- Mimetic Theories of Religion and Violence / Wolfgang Palaver (p.533) -- Religion and Scarcity: A New Theory for the Role of Religion in Violence / Hector Avalos (p.554) -- Ritual, Religion, and Violence: An Evolutionary Perspective / Candance S. Alcorta and Richard Sosis (p.571) -- Divergent Modes of Religiosity and Armed Struggle / Harvey Whitehouse and Brian McQuinn (p.597) -- A Sociotheological Approach to Understanding Religious Violence / Mark Juergensmeyer and Mona Sheik (p.620) – Index (p.645)

Introduction: ''The Enduring Relationship of Religion and Violence'' - Mark Juergensmeyer, Margo Kitts, and Michael Jerryson Part I: Overview of Religious Traditions 1. Hindu: ''Violence and Nonviolence at the Heart of Hindu Ethics'' - Veena Das 2. Buddhist: ''Buddhist Traditions and Violence'' - Michael Jerryson 3. Sikh: ''Sikh Traditions and Violence'' - Cynthia Keppley Mahmood 4. Jewish: ''Religion and Violence in the Jewish Traditions'' - Ron Hassner and Gideon Aran 5. Christian:''Religion and Violence in Christian Traditions'' - Lloyd Steffen 6. Islamic: ''Muslim Engagement with Injustice and Violence''- Bruce Lawrence 7. African: ''African Traditional Religion and Violence'' - Nathalie Wlodarczyk 8. Pacific Island: ''Religion and Violence in Pacific Island Societies'' - Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart 9. Chinese: ''Violence in Chinese Religious Traditions'' - Meir Shahar Part II: Patterns and Themes 10. Evil: ''The Religious Problem of Evil'' - James Aho 11. Sacrifice: ''Sacrifice/Human Sacrifice in Religious Traditions'' - David Carrasco 12. Martyrdom: ''Martyrdom in Islam'' - David Cook 13. Self Mutilation: ''Starvation and Self Mutilation in Religious Traditions'' - Liz Wilson 14. Apocalypse: ''Apocalyptic Religion and Violence'' - Jamel Velji 15. Sacred War: ''Cosmic War in Religious Traditions'' - Reza Aslan 16. Genocide: ''Genocide and the Religious Imaginary in Rwanda'' - Christopher Taylor 17. Terrorism: ''Terrorism as Performance Violence'' - Mark Juergensmeyer 18. Torture: ''Christianity and Torture'' - Karen King 19. Just War: ''Just War and Legal Restraints'' - John Kelsay 20. Abortion: ''Religiously Motivated Violence in the Abortion Debate'' - Julie Ingersoll 21. Contested Sites: ''Conflicts over Sacred Ground'' - Ron E. Hassner 22. Political Violence: ''Religion and Political Violence'' - Monica Toft 23. Death Rituals: ''Rituals of Death and Remembrance'' - Susumu Shimazono and Margo Kitts 24. Violent Death: ''Violent Death in Religious Imagination'' - Margo Kitts Part III: Analytic Approaches 25. Sociology: ''Religion and Violence from a Sociological Perspective'' - John R. Hall 26. Anthropology: ''Religion and Violence from an Anthropological Perspective'' - Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern 27. Psychology: ''Religion and Violence from a Psychological Perspective'' - James W. Jones 28. Political Science: ''Religion and Violence from a Political Science Perspective''- Daniel Philpott 29. Literary Theory: ''Religion and Violence from Literary Perspectives'' - Margo Kitts 30. Theology: ''Religion and Violence from Christian Perspectives'' - Charles Kimball Part IV: New Directions 31 Sacrifice: ''Sacrificial Violence: A Problem in Ancient Religions'' - Walter Burkert 32. Cities: ''Cities as One Site for Religion and Violence'' - Saskia Sassen 33. Armageddon: ''Armageddon in Christian, Sunni and Shi'a Traditions'' - Michael Sells 34. Phenomenal Violence: ''Phenomenal Violence and the Philosophy of Religion'' - Hent de Vries 35. Constructions of Evil : ''The Construction of Evil and the Violence of Purification'' - David Frankfurter 36. Mimetic Theory: ''Mimetic Theories of Religion and Violence'' - Wolfgang Palaver 37. Scarcity: ''Religion and Scarcity: A New Theory for the Role of Religion in Violence'' - Hector Avalos 38. Evolutionary Theory: ''Ritual, Religion, and Violence: An Evolutionary Perspective'' - Candance S. Alcorta and Richard Sosis 39. Rites of Terror: ''Divergent Modes of Religiosity and Armed Struggle'' - Harvey Whitehouse and Brian McQuinn 40. Sociotheology: ''A Sociotheological Approach to Understanding Religious Violence'' - Mark Juergensmeyer and Mona Sheik

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