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    Formato
    Libro físico
    Editorial
    Categoría
    Arte y fotografía
    Tema
    Alianza forma (af)
    Colección
    Alianza forma (af)
    Año
    2002
    Idioma
    Español
    N° páginas
    368
    Encuadernación
    Pasta blanda
    Dimensiones
    15,50 x 23,00
    Isbn
    842067883x
    Isbn13
    9788420678832
    N° edición
    2002

    Las Vanguardias Artísticas del Siglo xx

    Mario De Micheli · Alianza

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    Description: America stands in the throes of an anxiety epidemic, yet Americans live in one of the most religious countries in the world? Shouldn't people with deep spiritual roots be less vulnerable to emotional suffering? Such an enigma stands at the center of this book, but the enigma turns out to be more apparent than real. The overt religiosity so characteristic of modern American society ironically serves to foster the anxiety epidemic by locking people into a disenchanted secular mindset, leaving them cut off from the deep spiritual resources they so desperately need in the face of mounting anxiety. Based on the author's own journey through the darkness of anxiety in conversation with the psychology of Carl Jung, this book argues that transcending religious identity and submitting to the greater wisdom of the cosmic story holds a powerful key to resolving anxiety and creating a more just and sustainable world. Surprisingly, the Islamic tradition may provide one of the best models for how to accomplish this. Endorsements: "[An] erudite, masterful, thought-provoking, penetrating, engaging, honest, and insightful study of the modern epidemic of anxiety and its relationship with superficial religiosity. I am in awe of Shedinger's work. A must-read for both secular and religious folks as well as followers of all religious traditions." --Zulfiqar Ali Shah, Fiqh Council of North America "In this cogent critique of the status quo, Shedinger identifies a surprising candidate as the cause of many of our personal and communal woes. His challenge to move beyond the religious identity labels--like 'Christian' and 'Jew'--that we cling to will likely shock some readers and anger others, but it merits careful consideration. This book is a cri de couer that is rendered all the more powerful and persuasive by the way Shedinger links it to key moments in his own journey through life." --John Kaltner, Rhodes College "Shedinger offers an absorbing, interdisciplinary examination of one of the preeminent problems of our time: the modern epidemic of anxiety and depression. Drawing upon wide-ranging sources in the study of religion, psychology, and sociology--as well as his own personal experiences with anxiety--Shedinger offers an innovative, bold, and ultimately inspiring analysis of our contemporary condition." --Jenna Reinbold, Colgate University About the Contributor(s): Robert F. Shedinger is Associate Professor of Religion at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. He holds a PhD from Temple University and is the author of Was Jesus a Muslim? (2009) and numerous academic articles. He is a frequent speaker in Islamic Centers around the country.

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    Dani AMartes 22 de Mayo, 2018

    "Todo ok"

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    Amalia GómezMiércoles 15 de Mayo, 2013

    "Es un libro muy valioso para los historiadores de arte. Además de eso, lo necesitaba para un final, y me llegó mucho antes de lo esperado!! Gracias a eso, rendí bien. Ja, saludos!"

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