Las religiones del mundo

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Independent Publishing Group, 2005 - 402 pages
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This classic masterpiece on the subject of comparative religion explores the essential elements and teachings of the world's predominant faiths, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and the native traditions of the Americas, Australia, Africa, and Oceania. Emphasizing the inner rather than institutional dimensions of these religions, this survey devotes special attention to Zen and Tibetan Buddhism, Sufism, and the teachings of Jesus. The unique appeal and gifts of each of the traditions and their hold on the human heart and imagination are conveyed with wisdom and respect. Con un estilo claro, ameno, y did ctico, esta obra cl sica desgrana todas las grandes tradiciones de sabidur a de la humanidad, incluyendo hinduismo, budismo, confucianismo, tao smo, juda smo, cristianismo, islamismo y las religiones tribales de Am rica del Norte y del Sur, Australia, frica, e Ocean a. De cada religi n expone sus l neas maestras: las doctrinas filos ficas, la tica, la din mica hist rica, las instituciones, y los caminos m sticos. Hay apartados especiales para las distintas corrientes y sensibilidades de cada religi n. Toda la obra est salpicada de inteligentes reflexiones acerca de los s mbolos y los valores religiosos, adem s de indagaciones sobre las similitudes y diferencias entre las distintas doctrinas.

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Huston Smith is a world authority on the history of religion and the philosophy of comparative religions. He is a professor at the University of California?Berkeley and is the author of many religious studies, including The Big Picture, Buddhism, The Forgotten Truth, Islam, and Why Religion Matters.

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