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RELI 150 - (IS) Approaches to the Study of Religion

Semester Hours: 3
Periodically
Examination of basic methodological issues and problems in the modern study of religion. Discussion of theories of religion from several points of view, e.g., sociological, psychological, anthropological and philosophical. Attention to such problems as the relativity of knowledge and belief, the nature of interpretation, the status of functional explanation, and the explanation of human behavior. Course is designed to promote the development of students’ critical analysis and the oral communication of critical approaches to the study of religion.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Any RELI or JWST course  or permission of instructor.


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