Why we need religion / (Record no. 132301)

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Personal name Asma, Stephen T.,
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Title Why we need religion /
Statement of responsibility, etc Stephen T. Asma.
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Place of production, publication, distribution, manufacture New York, NY :
Name of producer, publisher, distributor, manufacturer Oxford University Press,
Date of production, publication, distribution, manufacture [2018]
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Extent viii, 256 pages ;
Dimensions 25 cm
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Formatted contents note Introduction: Opiate for the masses? -- 1. Adventures at the creation museum. For the Bible tells me so ; Habits of mind ; Rehearsing to believe -- 2. Sorrow, death, and emotional management. The biology of grief ; How does religion relieve sorrow? ; All things are impermanent? ; Can the state manage sorrow? -- 3. Forgiveness and the restart button. Emotional regulation ; Shame and guilt ; Forgiveness or justice? ; Social psychology and the reset button ; Moving on, without truth or reconciliation -- 4. Mental training: peace, resilience, and sacrifice. Peace of mind ; Devotion: resilience and sacrifice -- 5. Ecstasy, joy, and play. Play ; Meaningful conjuring ; Sexual communion and religion ; Cosmic joy -- 6. Fear and rage. What is fear? ; Religious management of fear ; From fearing to fighting ; What is rage? ; Developing "eon perspective" ; The upside of demonization ; The challenge of Islam -- Epilogue.
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Summary, etc "Stephen T. Asma argues that religion, like art, has direct access to our emotional lives in ways that science does not. Science can cause curiosity and wonder, but much emotional suffering and vulnerability is beyond the reach of scientific help. Unlike secular authors who praise religion's ethical and civilizing functions, Asma argues that its core value lies in its emotionally therapeutic power...Asma describes the way in which religion manages rage, play, lust, care, grief, and so on. [This book] is a surprising and persuasive Darwinian defense of religious emotions and the cultural systems that manage them."--
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Emotions
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Psychology, Religious.
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Display text Online version:
Main entry heading Asma, Stephen T.
Title Why we need religion.
Place, publisher, and date of publication New York : Oxford University Press, 2018
International Standard Book Number 9780190469689
Record control number (DLC) 2018016180
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          *Schaff Library *Schaff Library Stacks 2019-03-04 3 17.97 BL 65 .E46 A86 2018 30092101143205 2019-03-04 42.97 2019-03-04 Book

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