Bok
Forfatter
Emner
Omtaler
0

     

    Ny kunde? Registrer deg her!

    Hvorfor registrere deg?

    • Raskere utsjekk
    • Se logg over tidligere kjøp
    • Motta gode tilbud og anbefalinger
    Registrer deg her
    Velg kundetype:
    E-post:

    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Språk Språkvitenskap Shamanhood

    Shamanhood

    Shamanhood

    Shamanhood (an endangered language)

    Levering 2-12 dager

    295,- Nå 255,-

    ISBN:

    9788270993918

    Forlag:

    Novus

    Trykkeår:

    2005

    Utgitt:

    2005

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    251

    Alder:

    Voksen

    Serie:

    Institutt for sammenliknende kulturforskning. Serie B (nr. 117)

    Shamanhood
    Novus
    9788270993918

    Haugenboks omtale:

    This volume offers a new, linguistically and ethnographically oriented approach to the phenomenon usually known and defined as shamanism. The conceptual history of shamanism will show how the word shamanism was created under the influence of the Christian world view. It is necessary for shamanic ter LES MER minology to be re-elaborated and redefined as it is discussed by Janhunen, Helimski, Taksami and others in this volume. Alternative concepts to shamanism will be proposed to emphasize the importance of the nondogmatic and symbolic aspects of mythical shamanic worldviews. Shamanhood, synonymous with samanstvo, the Russian term preceding shamanism in older sources, is closer to the self-perception of the shamans themselves, since they do not see shamanism as a religion in the western sense of the word. LES MINDRE Haugenboks omtale This volume offers a new, linguistically and ethnographically oriented approach to the phenomenon usually known and defined as shamanism. The conceptual history of shamanism will show how the word shamanism was created under the influence of the Christian world view. It is necessary for shamanic terminology to be re-elaborated and redefined as it is discussed by Janhunen, Helimski, Taksami and others in this volume. Alternative concepts to shamanism will be proposed to emphasize the importance of the nondogmatic and symbolic aspects of mythical shamanic worldviews. Shamanhood, synonymous with samanstvo, the Russian term preceding shamanism in older sources, is closer to the self-perception of the shamans themselves, since they do not see shamanism as a religion in the western sense of the word.