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  • Religion im Alterby Lars Charbonnier

    De Gruyter 2014; US$ 168.00

    This study examines the meanings, patterns, and structures of religion as experienced by the elderly. Its focus is on questions related to the meaning of life. In addition to identifying dimensions of meaning in old age, the work also seeks to develop a suitable research design for the empirical study of this question. It is sure to be... more...

  • Religion and Human Rightsby Wilhelm Gräb; Lars Charbonnier

    De Gruyter 2015; US$ 70.00

    Current processes of globalization are challenging human rights and the attempts to institutionalize them in many ways. The question of the connection between religion and human rights is a crucial point here. The collected lectures and essays of this volume derive from the academic discourse between German and South African scholars that... more...

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