Integration 3

 

Syllabus – Religious Presuppositions – Summer 1996

 

Lecture Note 1 – The World is Too Much With Us

Lecture Note 2 – The Worlds of Modernity and Postmodernity

Lecture Note 3 – SocAnthro Presuppositions

Lecture Note 4 – History of Anthropological Theory

Lecture Note 5 – Epistemological Shifts in Social Science

Lecture Note 6 – People in Social Sciences

Lecture Note 7 – People in Social Sciences 2

Lecture Note 8 – Summaires of Various Scholars

Lecture Note 9 – Theoreticians Lecture Note 10 – Encountering the World

Lecture Note 11 – Epistemological Shifts in Western Thought

Lecture Note 12 – Thayer – Missiological Implications of Anthropology, Psychology, and Religion

 

Figure 1 – History of Western Worldviews

Figure 2 – Brief History of Different Schools of Anthropological Theory

Figure 3 – Trends in Missions

Figure 4 – Levels of Mental Construction, Cultural Knowledge

Figure 5 – Systems Approach to the Study of Humans

 

Student Paper 1 – David Price Response Paper

 

Other 1 – The Pascal Centre Flier

 

Reading 1 – Wiebe – Explanation and the Scientific Study of Religion

Reading 2 – Geertz – Religion as a Cultural System

Reading 3 – Internationalization of the Social Sciences and Humanities

 

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