Political Body in Research into, and Praxis of, Religious (In)Tolerance: The Complexity of the Last Three Centuries Transylvania Case, till 1956
International Study of Religion in Central and Eastern Europe Association (ISORECEA) Conference, Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Humanities, Budapest – Piliscsaba, Hungary, December 9-11, 2004
18 Pages Posted: 25 Mar 2013
Date Written: December 9, 2004
Let's consider the political body as a community repetitive synthesis upon the economically renewed problems. Into the conceptual zone related to the above consideration, there is an attempt to: substance <=> spiritual background. Consequently, "Laborer - food - society – religion" may be seen as an invariant cycle.
Let's consider its reduced form: "peasantry - food - society – religion"; it may be used as a limited, but efficient, sociological insight upon the RELIGIOUS (IN)TOLERANCE RESEARCH AND PRAXIS.
It may be benefically used to analyze / to estimate on the following study cases (limited to some zones from the European area): * the religious intolerance's force for: Ulster, Bosnia-Herzegovina; ** the religious tolerance's force for: Sudets, Transylvania.
Why priest's force versus peasantry problem? These are broader insights upon priest's personality, individual and collective consciousness; (in)direct connections with political body inside the cycle "peasantry - food - society – religion".
I suggest that independent to the scale of each entity from this cycle, related to a stream of study cases, there is an invariance according to the quasi-numerical evaluation of this relation onto an arithmetic norm.
Two case study (that are presented within a minimal possible text versus background) **Transylvania case (XVIIIth-XXth centuries: Eight Orthodox and Greek-Catholic priests; six Catholic, Reformat, Lutheran, Unitarian / Hungarian and Saxon priests, twelve political & scientific approaches; nineteen academic issues); **** Brazilian case (recent Tele-novels versus five centuries of agriculture, religion and social complexity).
The study consits in six paragraphs and a supplementary paragraph: 7. MODEL OF ESTIMATING THE CO-OPERATION RELATIONS AMONG COMMUNITIES/author Professor MARCEL STOICA, Ph.D. Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania.
This study (initially elicit within 2004 horizon) is to be jointed with the SSRN e-published studies INQUIRY ON A SCIENCE-RELIGION CONSTRUCT: SCIENCE-RELIGION HUMANKIND SPACE – and - QUALIA – PARADOXES; A TRANSDICIPLINARY (RE)SEARCH WITHIN THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN SCIENCE, ART AND RELIGION - so, being also a (e-visual) background and part from the yet published studies:
# The Qualia – Paradoxies/A Transdisciplinarity (Re)Search within the Dialogue between Science, Art, and Religion, in the volume “Transdisciplinari Approaches of the Dialogue between Science, Art, and Religion in the Europe of Tomorrow”, Curtea Veche Publishing, Bucharest, 2008, ISBN (10) 978-973-669-596-4, pp. 155-168,
# Qualia – Possible Turning Point between Transdisciplinarity research, Integrative Science Prospect, and Theology, in the volume “Science an Orthodoxy, a Necessary Dialogue”, Curtea Veche Publishing, Bucharest, 2006, ISBN (10) 973-669-282-5 / (13) 978-973-669-282-5, pp. 233-241,
and the supportive-stage regarding the active participation at the:
* International Congress "Romania as Laboratory of the Dialogue between Science and Spirituality in the Contemporary World", Bucharest, October 19-20, 2009.
* International Congress "The Dialogue between Science, Art and Religion in the Orthodox World", Bucharest, September 25-28, 2008.
* International Congress "Transdisciplinary Approaches of the Dialogue between Science, Art and religion in the Europe of Tomorrow", Sibiu, Romania, September 9-11, 2007, 2007.
* International Congress "Science & Orthodoxy / a Necessary Dialogue", Bucharest and Constantza (Tomis), October 21-26, 2005.
* International Study of Religion in Eastern and Central Europe Association (ISORECEA) Conference, Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Humanities, Budapest – Piliscsaba, December 9-11, 2004.
Keywords: Sociology of Religion, Science-Religion Dialogue, comprehension on (eco)consciousness, subjective-objective gap of ourselves, political body, religious (in)tolerance, last three centuries Transylvania
JEL Classification: A19, A29, B311, C59, C89, C99, D29, D59, D57, D79, D81, D83, D89, D99, I19, I29, I39, J2, J29, L39
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