This essay focuses on your Cross-Cultural Essay. What do you suspect you will find once you read the sources? Your proposal must include a bibliography, and this bibliography will not count in your page total.
What was the most important feature the conquistadors’ religion? Consider the religion of the Spanish, and carefully read through the primary sources. What do you think was the central feature of the Spanish conquistadors’ faith? In the first stage of your Cross-Cultural Essay, you must accomplish several things. You must: 1. Choose one (and ONLY one) of the paper prompts to answer. 2. Identify three primary sources and two secondary sources you will be using. (These are the minimums, you may incorporate further sources.) You must do this in your text and also include a bibliography at the end. 3. Hypothesize regarding your conclusion. What do you suspect you will find once you read the sources? Your proposal must include a bibliography, and this bibliography will not count in your page total.
The themes and concepts involved in religious traditions as well as the broader philosophical task of reflecting. Matters of religious significance including the nature of religion itself. Alternative concepts of God or ultimate reality, and the religious significance of general features of the cosmos . (e.g., the laws of nature, the emergence of consciousness) and of historical events (e.g., the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake, the Holocaust). Philosophy of religion also includes the investigation and assessment of worldviews are alternatives to religious worldviews.
Metaphysics, epistemology, value theory (including moral theory and applied ethics)/ Philosophy of language, science, history, politics, art, and so on. Section 1 offers an overview of the field and its significance. With subsequent sections covering developments in the field since the mid-twentieth century. These sections address philosophy of religion as practiced primarily (but not exclusively). In departments of philosophy and religious studies that are in the broadly analytic tradition. The entry concludes with highlighting the increasing breadth of the field, as more traditions outside. The Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) have become the focus of important philosophical work.