By Warren F. Ilchman, Stanley N. Katz, Edward L. Queen II
"The cross-cultural understandings this ebook offers can do a lot to assist us verify the specified form and shape American non secular philanthropy may perhaps take up the future." ―Christian Century
"The provocative details demanding situations the assumptions that philanthropy is a essentially Western or Christian culture, and it clarifies the necessity for extra study." ―Choice
An research of ways cultures outdoor the Western culture comprehend philanthropy and the way humans in those cultures try to detect "the reliable" via giving and serving. those essays learn philanthropy in Buddhist, Islamic, Hindu, Jewish, and local American spiritual traditions and in cultures from Latin the United States, jap Europe, the center East, Africa, and Asia.
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The term "anthropocosmic"5 may be used to stress this sense of human values as embedded within, and reciprocal to, the dynamics of the universe. This can be seen in the circle metaphor widely used to symbolize cosmological wholes by native peoples, such as the Lakota. 6 A philanthropic act, such as curing by a healing practitioner, is experienced and understood by these northwest coast Native American peoples with a depth of concern for larger realities whose outer manifestations and inner realities meet at the transactional axes of the lids of boxes, the places which open to cosmological power.
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173-74. 33. Spring, "Epidemiology," pp. 171-72. 34. Fremont E. : Bergin & Garvey, 1983), p. 27. : Anchor Books, 1971), pp. 279-305; Guy Nicolas, Dynamique Sociale et Apprehension du Monde au Sein d'une Societe Hausa, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Travaux et Memoires de 1'Institut d'Ethnologie, 78 (Paris: Institut d'Ethnologie, 1975); I. M. , Women's Medicine: The Zar-Bori Cult in Africa and Beyond (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press for the International African Institute, 1991); Mary F.
Philanthropy in the World’s Traditions by Warren F. Ilchman, Stanley N. Katz, Edward L. Queen II