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Die Erkenntnistheorie der religiösen Vielfalt und des religiösen Dissenses

  • Katherine Dormandy
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Zusammenfassung

Wir leben in einem Zeitalter der religiösen Vielfalt. Es gibt viele unterschiedliche und scheinbar inkompatible religiöse und säkulare Glaubensformen, die einander mit einer erstaunlichen Intensität und Geschwindigkeit dank Globalisierung und sozialen Medien begegnen. Damit wächst die Einsicht, dass das eigene Überzeugungssystem nicht mehr einfach als gegeben und plausibel anzunehmen ist. Aufgrund dieser neuen Entwicklungen haben sich in den letzten Jahren intensive philosophische Diskussionen ergeben.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Katherine Dormandy
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  1. 1.InnsbruckÖsterreich

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