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现代信仰的诞生:从中世纪到启蒙运动的信仰与判断 历史地理类;世界;宗教学;专著

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[美]伊桑·H.沙甘(Ethan H. Shagan) 唐建清   社会科学文献出版社  2020-11 出版
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这部具有里程碑意义的著作,追溯了从中世纪到启蒙运动西方基督教信仰的发展历程。作者不关注信仰的内容,而是从根本上思考人们对信仰本身的态度。沙甘先向我们解释了宗教信仰如何在中世纪欧洲备受推崇,被当作是一种与判断、思考、感知截然不同的精神力量。然而随着新教革命的爆发,人们开始讨论宗教信仰与知识的关系,以及它与物质层面上认识方式的区别。本书充满启发性地回答了这些问题,向我们展示了宗教信仰如何以一种自相矛盾的态度,与科学、社会一同成为理解现代世界的重要方式。
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