By Peter Meusburger,Michael Welker,Edgar Wunder
Do conventional differences among "belief" and "knowledge" nonetheless make experience? How are changes among wisdom and trust understood in numerous cultural contexts? This ebook explores conflicts among a variety of sorts of wisdom, particularly among orthodox and heterodox wisdom platforms, starting from non secular fundamentalism to heresies in the clinical neighborhood itself. past addressing many fields within the academy, the e-book discusses realized members attracted to the customarily complicated spatial and cultural disparities of data and clashes of knowledge.
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Clashes of Knowledge: Orthodoxies and Heterodoxies in Science and Religion: 1 (Knowledge and Space) by Peter Meusburger,Michael Welker,Edgar Wunder