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Belief and unbelief

Novak, Michael.

Belief and unbelief

a philosophy of self-knowledge.

by Novak, Michael.

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  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Belief and doubt.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 209-215.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBD215 .N6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination223 p.
    Number of Pages223
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22337231M
    LC Control Number65026611

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Belief and Unbelief Hardcover – October 1, by Michael Novak (Author)Author: Michael Novak. Belief and unbelief are found in the secular just as much as they are core and essential components of religion in general and Christianity in particular. The key focus of the book is in the ways lay people, in the mid to late medieval period, believed in terms of Christianity and why they did or s: 2.

This book offers a largely thematic overview of belief and unbelief in Medieval Europe, through such themes as Belief, Acculturation, Intercession, Community, Selfhood and Dissent. While scholarly, and full of anecdotes and contemporary writings, I found it hard to read and assimilate the information contained in the by:   This is perhaps the most widely read of Michael Novak's books.

Belief and Unbelief attempts to push intelligence and articulation as far as possible into the stuff of what so many philosophers set aside as subjectivity.

It is an impassioned critique of the idea of an unbridgeable gap between the emotive and the cognitive and in its own way, represents a major thrust at positivist Cited by: 5.

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This is perhaps the most widely read of Michael Novak's books. Belief and Unbelief attempts to push intelligence and articulation as far as possible into the stuff of what so many philosophers set aside as subjectivity.

Religion, Belief and Unbelief A Psychological Study Series: International Series in the Psychology of Religion, Volume: 5; Author: Antoon Vergote. This book focuses attention on the central elements of human religious existence.

Vergote's primary aim and viewpoint are clear: to examine empirically and to interpret dynamically the psychological Released on: Janu Belief and Unbelief () shows a development in methodology from a bold, sometimes ill-considered application of Foucauldian theory to one that is well-supported by the evidence and comprehensive in its analysis of how dissent manifested within a wider culture of religious orthodoxy.

But it can become unbelief. That basic principle should guide our reflections on this important issue. Doubt is natural within faith. It comes about because of our human weakness and frailty. We lack the confidence to trust fully in God and long for certainty in all matters of faith.

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The emergence of belief—and unbelief. European society and state functions began organizing around unbelief rather than belief. With new forms of governmental authoritarianism, Protestants in some areas regulated unbelieving citizens and Catholics in other areas disciplined citizens into becoming believers.

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