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Antropología de las creencias
Antropología de las creencias

Antropología de las creencias

By Carles Salazar, Translated by Marita Pizarro

Fragmentos

RELIGION

464 Pages, 5.25 x 8.25

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $33.95 (US $33.95) (CA $40.95)

Publication Date: August 2017

ISBN 9788415518006

Rights: US & CA

Fragmenta Editorial (Aug 2017)

Price: $33.95
 
 

Overview

Religious beliefs are "ordinary" beliefs in the "extraordinary". Why do we believe in something we don't understand? Why do we have irrational beliefs? Irrational beliefs are not necessarily false beliefs, but non-intuitive: they are beliefs that contradict the idea of the reality used in our everyday life. Sciences explain the world through causal connections in spite of the intentions of a subject. Religions, however, also explain this world through the intentions of a supernatural subject.

Author Biography

Carlos Salazar is a professor of anthropology at the University of Lleida in Spain and holds doctorate degrees in law, geography, and history from the University of Barcelona. His anthropological research has been focused on the areas of family, sexuality, religion, and knowledge.