Philosophies of Appropriated Religions Perspectives from Southeast Asia

This book brings together different intercultural philosophical points of view discussing the philosophical impact of what we call the ‘appropriated’ religions of Southeast Asia. Southeast Asia is home to most of the world religions. Buddhism is predominantly practiced in Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar,...

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Other Authors: Hongladarom, Soraj (Editor), Joaquin, Jeremiah Joven (Editor), Hoffman, Frank J. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore Springer Nature Singapore 2023, 2023
Edition:1st ed. 2023
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • My Love from Southeast Asia: Viewpoints on Immortality and Reincarnation inK-dramas
  • The Spiritual Dimension of Tagalog Society in the Philippines: A Society in Transition during the 16th Century
  • Bahala Na: Fatalism or an Open Future?
  • Introduction to Global Philosophy of Religion
  • Religious Belief and Device Paradigm
  • Conflicts between the General Causation and the Theravāda Concept of Kamma on Moral Education
  • Appropriated Understanding of Theravāda Buddhist Notions of Moral Shame and Moral Dread in Thai Society
  • Epistemic Tolerance and Religious Diversity
  • Buddhism and Omniscience
  • Epistemological Positions Regarding Religious Diversity
  • The Theist’s Legal Paradox: The Problem of Evil, Classical Natural Law Jurisprudence, and the Legal Validity of Immoral Law
  • Native Belief Systems and the Multispecies Spectrum of Faith
  • Why Divine Apology is Needed for Human Suffering
  • Dialetheism and the Problem of Evil
  • Buddhism and Spinoza on Death and Immortality
  • The Devotion to the Black Nazarene and Looban Sensibilities: Belief and Everyday Realities in the Philippines
  • The Tagalog Bathala and the Javanese Gusti as Fruit of the Intuition of the Monotheistic God
  • Catholicism in the Philippines between Kagandahang-loób and Sákop: An Attempt with a Critical Phenomenology of Religion
  • “Matungpal Koma Ti Nakem Mo” (Thy will be done.) A Contribution to Contemporary Ilokano Appropriated Religious Discourse
  • Listening to a Different Voice: Gendering Dharma through Sita in Valmiki’s Rāmāyana
  • Virtual Catholicism in the Philippines: An Analysis of Technology, Religion, and Kalooban in Time of Isolation
  • Hesus kanakangbungat nipakapara: Aeta’s Soteriological Experience from Pinatubo Eruption to Present
  • Feminism and Religion: Reimagining the Philippine Colonial Catholicism’s Doctrine of Salvation through the Writings of Jose Rizal
  • Revisiting Indigenous Islamic Practices for Community Healing and Peacebuilding
  • Understanding Kabunian
  • Communicating Joy, Generosity and Solidarity: Exploring Play and Festive in the Contemporary Filipino Celebrations of Christmas (pasko) through Gadamer’s Phenomenological Hermeneutics