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Intentional systems theory as a conceptual framework for religious studies
Includes bibliographical references (p. -126) and index.
|Statement||Matti Kamppinen ; with a preface by Luther H. Martin|
|LC Classifications||BL41 .K37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||2010035602|
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Intentional Systems Theory as a Conceptual Framework for Religious Studies: a Scientific Method for Studying Beliefs. [Matti Kamppinen] -- This book investigates the philosophical assumptions in religious studies, especially in ethnography of religion.
The central claim is that religious studies treats its study object as an intentional. Intentional systems theory and the empirical study of religion --Intentional systems and common sense --Intentional systems in the works of Durkheim, Malinowski and Evans-Pritchard --Amazonian folk religion --Theory of intentional systems --Systems thinking --Composition of intentional systems --Structure of intentional systems --Belief as a theoretical and functional entity --Religious intentional systems --Religious.
Intentional Systems Theory As a Conceptual Framework for Religious Studies: A Scientific Method for Studying Beliefs by Matti Kamppinen, Luther H. Martin. A Systems Theory of Religion, still unfinished at Niklas Luhmann's death inwas first published in German two years later thanks to the editorial work of André of Luhmann's most important projects, it exemplifies his later work while redefining the subject matter of the sociology of by: The most fundamental thesis of Daniel Dennett’s intentional systems theory (IST; Dennett) is that the ontology of mental states cannot be considered in abstraction from the epistemology of mental state ascription.
From this thesis, a number of attractive features by: Intentional Systems Theory as a Conceptual Framework for Religious Studies – A Scientific Method for Studying Beliefs. The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston pp.
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Kamppinen, Matti X pages This book elucidates the conceptual or theoretical issues in religious studies by means of utilizing the tools of philosophical analysis. The academic discipline of religious studies is rich in conceptual systems that derive from ethnography, history, psychology, sociology and media studies.
About. I am a scholar in methodology of religious studies with special interest in the study of worldviews and intentional systems theory. Currently I am University Lecturer in Comparative Religion at the University of Turku, as well as Docent at the Department of Title: University Lecturer in.
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