publication . Article . 2021

Between Dualism and Immanentism Sacramental Ontology and History

Enrico Beltramini;
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  • Published: 11 Jan 2021 Journal: Religions, volume 12, issue 47 (issn: 2077-1444, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Abstract
<jats:p>How to deal with religious ideas in religious history (and in history in general) has recently become a matter of discussion. In particular, a number of authors have framed their work around the concept of ‘sacramental ontology,’ that is, a unified vision of reality in which the secular and the religious come together, although maintaining their distinction. The authors’ choices have been criticized by their fellow colleagues as a form of apologetics and a return to integralism. The aim of this article is to provide a proper context in which to locate the phenomenon of sacramental ontology. I suggest considering (1) the generation of the concept of sacra...
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free text keywords: sacramental ontology, history, dualism, immanentism, nihilism, lcsh:Religions. Mythology. Rationalism, lcsh:BL1-2790, Epistemology, Apologetics, Ontology, Mind–body dualism, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Philosophy, Phenomenon, Dialectic, Sociology of scientific knowledge, History of religions
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