Religious Reflections on the Human Body

Religious Reflections on the Human Body

eBook - 1995
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Indiana University Press

"It provides imaginative and thought-provoking... coverage of the ways in which religious thought and practice construct understandings of the human body." -- Journal of Asian Studies

"Drawing on a remarkably diverse set of studies discussing the major Western religious traditions (including Islam) and East and South Asian traditions, the book challenges easy theorization of 'the body in religion.'... an excellent source book for college-level comparative religion courses... " -- Bruce Mannheim, University of Michigan

"... an important study that... should be of considerable interest to the general student of the history and phenomenology of religions." -- Muslim World Book Review

The first cross-cultural and interdisciplinary survey on the relationship between religious practice and ideology and the human body.



Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1995
ISBN: 9780585001333
0585001332
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 314 p.) : ill
Additional Contributors: Law, Jane Marie

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