Religion in Europa heute
Sozialwissenschaftliche, rechtswissenschaftliche und hermeneutisch-religionsphilosophische Perspektiven
1. Edition 2012
Vienna University Press at V&R unipress
Religion and Transformation in Contemporary European Society -
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In contrast to all predictions about the end of religion(s) in the different societies of a secularized Europe it is still alive and a challenge for humanities. Coming from different backgrounds (theology, philosophy, sociology, political science, law, cultural studies, Judaist and Islamic Hermeneutics) 11 authors investigate the interaction between religion(s) und the transformation processes of European societies and their consequences on an individual and a social level.
The first volume of the new series “Religion and Transformation of Contemporary European Society” offers an overview on the project of a new research platform located at Vienna University, RaT (Religion and Transformation in Contemporary European Society”. It is is dedicated to 5 research activities: (1) Critique of Religion and Conceptions of God; (2) Inclusion and Exclusion; (3) Juridical Challenges in Multi-religious Societies in Europe; (4) Constructs of Meaning and Values in Europe; (5) Reception and Hermeneutics of Religious Texts.