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The spirit of contradiction in Christianity and Buddhism

Autor: Hugh Nicholson
Editora: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016.
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Hugh Nicholson examines the role of social identity processes in the development of two religious concepts. The first of these is the Christian claim that the Son is of the same substance as the Father, a concept which forms the basis of the orthodox doctrine of the Trinity. The second is the Buddhist doctrine of No-self, the claim that the personality is reducible to its impersonal physical and psychological  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: Electronic books
Formato Físico Adicional: Print version:
Tipo de Material: Documento, Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento Recursos de internet, Arquivo de computador
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Hugh Nicholson
ISBN: 9780190455354 0190455357
Número OCLC: 945784107
Descrição: 1 online resource
Conteúdos: Cover; The Spirit of Contradiction in Christianity and Buddhism; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Social Identity and the Development of Doctrine; The Cognitive Science of Religion; Theological Correctness; The Evolutionary Origins of Religion and Parochial Altruism; Social Identity Theory; Environmental Impact on the Doctrinal History of an Intellectual Tradition; Hegemonic Struggle and the Acceptance of Once-​Extreme Positions; Consubstantiality; No-​self; Theology as Rhetoric; Part 1: Christological Maximalism 2. An External History of Christological DevelopmentEvolutionary and Developmental Theories of Christological Origins; Nicaea as a Christological Paradigm Shift; Christology, Christian Identity, and Judaism; The Upward Trajectory of Christological Development; 3. From Messiah to Logos; Jesus as Messiah; Christological One-​Upmanship in the Gospel of John; The Ascendency of Logos Christology: Justin Martyr; 4. From Preexistent Word to Consubstantial Son: The Arian Controversy; The Conflict between Alexander and Arius; Nicaea and the Homoousios Marcellus's Denial of the Son-​According to EusebiusMarcellus and Athanasius; Athanasius' Defense of the Homoousios; From Consubstantiality to Trinity; The Creed of Constantinople and the Exclusion of a Modalist Interpretation of Nicaea; Part 2: Buddhist Selflessness; 5. Anattā in the Pali Canon; The Problem of the Self in Modern Buddhology; Discriminating Insight; The Unanswered Questions; 6. Anātmavāda versus Pudgalavāda in Abhidharmic and Postcanonical Literature; The Kathāvatthu; The Milindapañha; Vasubandhu's "Refutation of the Doctrine of the Person" Śāntarakṣita's "Examination of the Self Theorized by the Vāstīputrīyas" and Kamalaśīla's Commentary ThereonFrom No-​Self to Emptiness; 7. Theological Creativity and Doctrinal Constraint; Summary of the Preceding Chapters; The Spirit of Contradiction and Apophatic Discourse; The Trinitarian Vision of Reality; Dependent Origination as Emptiness; Theological Creativity and the Metaphorical Process; Notes; Bibliography; Index
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In this book, Hugh Nicholson argues that seemingly counterintuitive and abstract religious concepts, such as the Christian Trinity and the Buddhist concept of No-self, have developed out of social  Ler mais...
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a wonderful addition to a growing body of scholarship on comparative theology that raises provocative and vital questions about the formation of theology and the creativity of theologians. * Carol S. Ler mais...

 
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