The study of religion ebook
by Morris Jastrow
The Study Of Religion. The Study Of Religion.
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The Study Of Religion.
Excerpt from book: CHAPTER II. THE . .LASSIFICATION OF RELIGIONS. THE question as to the proper classification of religions is manifestly one of great importance. Before the rise of the historical study of religion the problem was solved in a very simple fashion.
The Study of Religion book. Morris Jastrow Jr. was an American orientalist and librarian associated with the University of Pennsylvania. He was educated in the schools of Philadelphia, and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1881. His original intention was to become a rabbi. For this purpose, he carried on theological studies at the Jewish Seminary of Breslau in Germany while pursuing the study of Semitic Morris Jastrow Jr.
Morris Jastrow J. (August 13, 1861 – June 22, 1921) was a Polish-born American orientalist and librarian associated with the University of Pennsylvania. He was born in Warsaw, Poland, and came to Philadelphia in 1866 when his father, Marcus Jastrow, a renowned Talmudic scholar, accepted a position as Rabbi of Congregation Rodeph Shalom.
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Similar books and articles. Morris Jastrow - 1902 - International Journal of Ethics 13 (1):101-104. Selected Essays of James Darmesteter. Helen B. Jastrow & Morris Jastrow - 1896 - International Journal of Ethics 6 (2):261-264. Barton - 1921 - Journal of the American Oriental Society 41:327-333. The Historical Study of Religions in Universities and Colleges. Morris Jastrow - 1899 - Journal of the American Oriental Society 20:317-325.
The Contemporary Science Series). The author believes that-in the course of history-few forces are more powerful than religion and therefore religion is worthy of rigorous study. In his 1901 work, Jastrow tackles fundamental questions about the origin, character, and classification of religion, as well as ethics, philosophy, psychology, mythology, and more-attempting to place in the hand of the reader a tool with which to begin a scientific study of religion. Author: Morris Jastrow. Publisher: Ginn & Company.