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1. Philotheos: Volume > 13
Markus Enders Religion und Transzendenz: Ist ein Transzendenz-Bezug konstitutiv für Religion?
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Walter Sparn Religion als Kultus und als Kultur: Worin besteht die kulturelle Kompetenz unseres Christentums heute?
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Wolfgang Speyer ‚Mitte‘ und ‚Zentrum‘ als Grundanschauung von Mensch, Welt und Gott
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Jörg Splett Wahrheit des Menschen
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Erich J. Heindl Ist das sich selbst reflektierende Ich des Menschen nur eine Fiktion?: Erkenntniskritische Anfragen an die Neurobiologie
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Heinrich Beck Gehirndeterminismus oder Willensfreiheit?
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Maksim Vasiljević On the Fear of Death: Theological and Pastoral Reflections
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Bogoljub Šijaković Homo patiens: Philosophy as Wisdom from Suffering
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Юлия Сергеевна Обидина Учение о метемпсихозе в мистических культах древней Греции
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The doctrine of metempsychosis not only played an important role in the formation of a rational concept of immortality in ancient times, but also had an impact on the formation of Christian ideas about the afterlife. The main feature of the concepts of metempsychosis in the ancient Greek world view was to give them the moral and ethical character. First it was clearly expressed in the mystery cults of ancient Greece.
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Mostafa Younesie Exploring ζωή in Heraclitus (fr. 32) as Complexity
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