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Author: Lourens Peter van den Bosch. His studies on the history and nature of religion were of great interest to both scholarly and more popular circles, and he was for a long time an influential figure in the cultural life of Victorian Britain. Therefore, a new study of his life and especially of his works needs no apology. The book is particularly useful for historians of religion interested in the origin of the science of religion and for historians specialized in the history of ideas. Author: Olav Hammer. This volume deals with the transformation of religious creativity in the late modern West.

Its point of departure is a set of esoteric beliefs, from Theosophy to the New Age.

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It shows how these traditions have adapted to the cultural givens of each successive epoch. The claims of each movement have been buttressed by drawing on various structural characteristics of late modernity. The advance of science has resulted in attempts to claim scientific status for religious beliefs.

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Globalization has given rise to massive loans from other cultures, but also to various strategies to radically reinterpret foreign elements. Individualism has led to an increasing reliance on experience as a source of legitimacy. The analytical tools applied to understanding religious modernization shed light on changes that are fundamentally reshaping many religious traditions. This publication has also been published in hardback, please click here for details.

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