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  • Author(s) Roland Littlewood
  • SubtitleThe Wilde Lectures in Natural Religion 1999
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  • Published1st July 2001
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199246755

The Wilde Lectures in Natural Religion 1999

Professor Littlewood marshals arguments that help us understand more clearly how we interactively use religion and science/healing to come to terms with the world around us. He draws in part on his clinical work as a psychiatrist with patients from religious movements in the West, but primarly on his earlier anthropological fieldwork with a new African-Caribbean religion in Trinidad, and more recently with ethical transformations in the older Caribbean cults and among the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Hasidim.

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  • Author(s) Roland Littlewood
  • SubtitleThe Wilde Lectures in Natural Religion 1999
  • Edition
  • Published1st July 2001
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780199246755

The Wilde Lectures in Natural Religion 1999

Professor Littlewood marshals arguments that help us understand more clearly how we interactively use religion and science/healing to come to terms with the world around us. He draws in part on his clinical work as a psychiatrist with patients from religious movements in the West, but primarly on his earlier anthropological fieldwork with a new African-Caribbean religion in Trinidad, and more recently with ethical transformations in the older Caribbean cults and among the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Hasidim.
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