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Vernacular music

Folk music is a normal, everyday music, both popular and folk music. This is determined partly from the point of view of its availability, standing in contrast to the music. Folk music can be in the same language, especially in the context of mus ...

                                               

Vijayanagara musicological nonet

In Vijayanagara musicological nonet or Sangitashastra "Navaratna" is a group of nine musicological treatises written during the reign Vijayanagara Empire. These works are considered the most important and final treatise on the theory of Carnatic ...

                                               

Virtual Library of Musicology

Virtual library of musicology or VifaMusik is funded by the German research society to provide sources and materials for music and musicology. The project runs from July 2005 in the Bavarian state library, in cooperation with the State Institute ...

                                               

White power music

White power music is music that promotes white nationalism. It covers various musical styles including rock, country, experimental music and folk. Teitelbaum ethnomusicologist Benjamin R. argues that White power music "can be defined texts, which ...

                                               

Znamenny chant

Znamenny chant is a singing tradition used in the Russian Orthodox Church. Znamenny chant is unison, melismatic liturgical singing that has its own specific notation, called the Stolp notation. The symbols used in Stolp notation called hooks or b ...

                                               

Profession

A profession is an occupation based on specialized educational training, the purpose of which is to supply disinterested objective counsel and service to others, for a direct and definite compensation, in addition to fully profit expectations of ...

                                               

The curse of expertise

The curse of expertise is a psychological concept, when intervention can be counterproductive for students in acquiring new skills. This is important because the experts forecasts can influence equality in education and training, and personal dev ...

                                               

Customer value maximization

Maximizing customer value is a model of real-time service which, proponents say, goes beyond basic capabilities for customer relationship management, identify and develop maximum potential from prospects and existing customers.

                                               

Guess the Correlation

Released in 2016, I think the correlation is minimalistic browser-based game developed by Omar Wagih in the European bioinformatics Institute. The game was developed for the study of human perception in a scatter plot. Players are presented with ...

                                               

Professional studies

"Vocational training" is a term used to classify educational programs which are applied or interdisciplinary in nature. The term can also be used for non-academic training on a certain specialty. Vocational training, as a rule, to combine theory ...

                                               

Religious studies

Religious studies, also known as the study of religion, the scientific field dedicated to the study of religious beliefs, behaviors, and institutions. It describes, compares, interpretirovat and explains religion, emphasizing systematic, historic ...

                                               

Academic study of new religious movements

Academic study of new religious movements called the New study of religions. The study is based on the disciplines of anthropology, psychiatry, history, psychology, sociology, religious studies and theology. Eileen Barker noted that there are fiv ...

                                               

Academic study of Western esotericism

In the Academic study of Western esotericism was pioneered in the early 20th century historians of the ancient world and the European Renaissance, which came to admit that, although it had been ignored by previous scholarship – the influence of p ...

                                               

Agricultural spiritualism

Agricultural spiritualism or the spirit of agriculture refers to the idea that the concepts of production and consumption of food and the spiritual essence of humanity is connected. It assumes that spirituality is inherent to human consciousness, ...

                                               

American Academy of Religion

The American Academy of religion is the worlds largest Association of scholars in the field of religious studies and related topics. This is a non-profit member Association, serving as professional and scientific society for scientists involved i ...

                                               

Anthropology of religion

Anthropology of religion-study of religion in relation to other social institutions, and the comparison of religious beliefs and practices in different cultures.

                                               

Baha'i studies

Research of the Bahai Faith, its teachings, at the present time in history and literature is held in various locations, including the institutions of the Bahai administration, as well as unaffiliated universities. Some scientists to study some as ...

                                               

Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

Berkeley Center for the study of religion, peace and international Affairs is an academic research center at Georgetown University in Washington, DC dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of religion, ethics and politics. The center was founded ...

                                               

Buddhism and Theosophy

The Theosophical teachings have borrowed some concepts and terms from Buddhism. Some Theosophists like Helena Blavatsky, Helena Roerich and Henry steel Olcott also became Buddhists. Henry Steele Olcott helped to shape the design of the Buddhist f ...

                                               

Christianity and Theosophy

Christianity and Theosophy, for more than a hundred years, have had a "complex and sometimes troubled" relationship. The Christian faith was always the native religion of the great majority of Western Theosophists, but many came to Theosophy thro ...

                                               

Growth of religion

The growth of religion is the spread of religion and the increase of religious adherents around the world. Statistics usually measures the absolute number of adherents, the percentage of the absolute growth per year, and the growing number of con ...

                                               

Cognitive ecology of religion

Cognitive ecology of religion is an integrative approach to the study of how religious beliefs covary with the social and natural dynamics of the environment. This is done by incorporating cognitive ecological point of view, the cross-cultural co ...

                                               

Dabestan-e Mazaheb

In Dabestān-e Mazāheb "school of religions" is a Persian work which examines and compares South Asian religions and sects of the mid-17th century. The work, whose authorship is unknown, was probably written in about 1655 CE. The title text also t ...

                                               

Definition of religion

The definition of religion is a controversial subject religious studies with scientists do not agree on any definition. The Oxford dictionary defines religion as belief in and worship of a supernatural controlling power, especially a personal God ...

                                               

Desecularization

In sociology, desecularization is the proliferation and growth of religion, as a rule, after a period to secularization. The theory of desecularization reaction to the old theory known as the thesis of secularization, which implies a gradual decl ...

                                               

Ecumenical Institute for Study and Dialogue

Ecumenical Institute for study and dialogue, formerly called the Centre for the study of religion and society, the Institute is located in Colombo, Sri Lanka, which is devoted to the study and interpretation of religious and social movements of p ...

                                               

Religiosity and education

The relationship between level of religiosity and level of education, starting from the second half of the 20th century. The parameters of the two components varied: the "level of religiosity" remains a concept that is hard to differentiate from ...

                                               

The Esoteric Character of the Gospels

"The esoteric character of the Gospels" article published in three parts in November-December 1887 and February 1888 in the Theosophical magazine Lucifer, was written by Helena Blavatsky. It was included in the 8th volume of the authors writings. ...

                                               

Euhemerism

Euhemerism approach to the interpretation of mythology, which mythological accounts, as it is supposed, arose from real historical events or characters. Euhemerism assumes that historical evidence be myths, as they exaggerated in the retelling, g ...

                                               

Evolutionary origin of religions

The evolutionary origin of religion and religious behavior is a field of study related to evolutionary psychology, origin of language and mythology, and cross-cultural comparison anthropology of religion. Some of the topics of interest include Ne ...

                                               

Foundation for Interreligious and Intercultural Research and Dialogue

The Foundation for interreligious and intercultural research and dialogue was founded in 1999, the authors of the Levant Foundation with the University of Geneva in Switzerland "to pursue their scientific and humanistic goals with the main goal o ...

                                               

Hinduism and Theosophy

Hinduism is considered modern theosophy as one of the main sources of "esoteric wisdom" of the East. The Theosophical society was created in the hope that the Asian philosophical and religious ideas "can be combined into a grandiose religious syn ...

                                               

The Immanent Frame

The immanent frame is a digital forum that publishes interdisciplinary perspectives on secularism, religion and the public sphere. It was formed in conjunction with projects on religion and public life in Council of social studies. Originally con ...

                                               

Indigenous religion

Indigenous religions-a category used in the study of religion for differentiating between systems of religious beliefs of the community, described as "indigenous". This category often coexist with others, such as "world religions" and "new religi ...

                                               

Institute on Religion in an Age of Science

Institute of religion in the age of science is a secular society that encourages and facilitates constant dialectical relation between religion and science. The Institute holds an annual week-long conference on star island in new Hampshire since ...

                                               

International Association for the Cognitive Science of Religion

The international Association for the cognitive science of religion, founded in 2006, is a scientific Association dedicated to the advancement of cognitive science of religion. In IACSR is an interdisciplinary Association, including scholars from ...

                                               

International Institute for Inter-Religious Dialogue and Diplomacy

International Institute for inter-religious dialogue and diplomacy is an affiliated institution of Euclid. Its main focus is learning how to use diplomatic methods to interreligious dialogue, particularly between Christianity and Islam.

                                               

Is Theosophy a Religion?

"Theosophy is religion?" is an editorial published in November 1888 in the Theosophical magazine Lucifer, it was compiled by Helena Blavatsky. It was included in the 10th volume of the authors writings. According to Arnold Kalnitsky, in this arti ...

                                               

John Templeton Foundation

The John Templeton Foundation is a charitable organization that reflects the ideas of its founder, John Templeton, who became rich after a career opposing investor and wanted to support progress in religious and spiritual knowledge, especially at ...

                                               

The Long Search

The long search was a 1977 BBC documentary series spanning 13 episodes. Presented by theater Director Ronald Eyre, the series surveyed several major world religions, including Protestant, Orthodox and Catholic Christianity. Other episodes surveye ...

                                               

Material religion

Material religion is a system used by scholars of religion, the study of the interaction of religion and material culture. His emphasis on objects, images, places and buildings of religious communities. Some scholars in the study of religion crit ...

                                               

The Matheson Trust

In the Matheson trust, a charitable organisation based in London devoted to the further dissemination and study of comparative religion, especially from the point of view of the underlying harmony of the major religious and philosophical traditio ...

                                               

Multiple religious belonging

Several religious affiliation, also known as double identity, reflects the idea that people can belong to more than one religious tradition. Although its often thought of as ordinary reality in regions such as Asia, with its many religions, relig ...

                                               

OTSEM

OTSEM is a research network of several North European universities. Originally Scandinavian-German character, it now includes British universities, and that gives it a Scandinavian-German-English profile. Organization specializiruetsya research i ...

                                               

Pagan studies

Pagan studies is an interdisciplinary educational field devoted to the study of contemporary paganism, a broad assortment of modern religious movements, which, as a rule, influenced by or claiming that can be derived from the various pagan belief ...

                                               

Phenomenology of religion

Phenomenology of religion concerns the experiential aspect of religion, describing religious phenomena in accordance with the orientation of believers. It regards religion as consisting of different components, and these components in different r ...

                                               

Pizza effect

The pizza effect is a term used especially in religious studies and sociology of the phenomenon of elements of a nation or peoples, cultures transformered or, at least, cover more fully in another place, and then re-imported back to their native ...

                                               

Political science of religion

The science of religion is one of the youngest disciplines in the political Sciences that deals with the study of the influence of religion on politics and Vice versa, with a focus on the relationship between actors in politics in the narrow sens ...

                                               

Religion and environmentalism

Religion and ecology is a new multidisciplinary subfield in the academic disciplines of religious studies, religious ethics, sociology of religion and theology in particular, in environmental and ecological principles in the main areas.

                                               

Religion Explained

Religion explained: the evolutionary roots of religious thought is a book, 2001 cognitive anthropologist Pascal Boyer, in which the author examines evolutionary psychology of religion and evolutionary origin of religions.

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