Politics and Religion Journal (PRJ)

Religion and Politics in Latin America
Volume
9
Issue
1
Publisher
Center for Study of Religion and Religious Tolerance

Volume IX (No. 1) - Spring 2015

Content

The Word of the Guest Editor

TOPIC OF THIS ISSUES
RELIGION AND POLITICS IN LATIN AMERICA

Nestor O. Miguez
The Political Ambiguity of Latin American Popular Religion

Fortunato Mallimaci, Juan Cruz Esquivel
Pluralism and Individualization in the Argentine religious field: Challenges for Catholicism in the Perspective of society and Politics

Emmanuel Taub
Jewish Philosophy and Education: Thinking Argentina's Diaspora from the theology of Franz Rozenzweig

Elio Estanislau Gasda
Secularity of the State and Political Strategies of Religion

ANALYSIS

Jose Fernandez Vega
The Legitimacy of the Papacy

Hernan Borisonik
Notes on the Dispute between Catholicism and Protestantism

REVIEWS, CRITICAL VIEWS AND POLEMICS

Reimon Bachika
Manifesto of the Critical Theory of Society and Religion: The Wholly Other, Liberation, Happiness, and the Rescue of the Hopeless

Igboin Benson Ohihon
Boko Haram: Islamism, Politics, Security and the State of Nigeria

 

ISSN
1820-6581
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