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Transcendence and the Sacred

Transcendence and the Sacred

Edited by Alan M. Olson and Leroy S. Rouner

“This . . . volume includes some noteworthy lectures focusing on problems of comparative studies of religions and cultures. Part I is methodological (Huston Smith, Peter Slater, Edith Wyschogrod), Part II scrutinizes specific religious cultures (J. G. Arapura, Robert A. F. Thurman, Robert Lee, Pheme Perkins), and Part III is more autobiographical (Leroy S. Rouner, J. N. Findlay, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Frederick G. Lawrence). Each of these authors knows at least one religious tradition well, and possesses comparative competence and philosophical sophistication.” — Sociological Analysis

ISBN: 978-0-268-01888-7
230 pages
Publication Year: 1981

The late Leroy S. Rouner was professor of philosophy, religion, and philosophical theology at Boston University.

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Transcendence and the Sacred


Edited by Alan M. Olson and Leroy S. Rouner

 Transcendence and the Sacred
Paper Edition

“This . . . volume includes some noteworthy lectures focusing on problems of comparative studies of religions and cultures. Part I is methodological (Huston Smith, Peter Slater, Edith Wyschogrod), Part II scrutinizes specific religious cultures (J. G. Arapura, Robert A. F. Thurman, Robert Lee, Pheme Perkins), and Part III is more autobiographical (Leroy S. Rouner, J. N. Findlay, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Frederick G. Lawrence). Each of these authors knows at least one religious tradition well, and possesses comparative competence and philosophical sophistication.” — Sociological Analysis

ISBN: 978-0-268-01888-7

230 pages

Boston University Studies in Philosophy and Religion