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Chapter 1: Homo Religiosus

Topic : source - chapter# — page# (topics listed below are in this format)
God, premodern : cfg - 1 — 1-158
religion, premodern : cfg - 1 — 1-158
animals, Stone Age images of : cfg - 1 — 3-10
art : cfg - 1 — 3-11
France : cfg - 1 — 3-5
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 3-5
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 4
evolution, xvi : cfg - 1 — 4
Homo sapiens : cfg - 1 — 4
hunting : cfg - 1 — 4-7
natural world : cfg - 1 — 4
ritual : cfg - 1 — 4
Spain : cfg - 1 — 4
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 4-5
temples : cfg - 1 — 4
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 5-7
animals, men dressed as : cfg - 1 — 5
myth (mythos) : cfg - 1 — 5
myth (mythos), ceremonial reenactment' of : cfg - 1 — 5-7
myth (mythos), interpretation of : cfg - 1 — 5
scriptures, see also specific religious scriptures seances : cfg - 1 — 5
shamanism : cfg - 1 — 5
animals, men dressed as : cfg - 1 — 6
animals, sacrifice of : cfg - 1 — 6
death, life after : cfg - 1 — 6
First Cause, r : cfg - 1 — 6
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 1 — 6
myth (mythos), as primitive psychology : cfg - 1 — 6-7
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 1 — 6
philosophy, ancient perennial : cfg - 1 — 6-7
ritual, sacrificial : cfg - 1 — 6
sacrifice : cfg - 1 — 6
sex, abstaining from : cfg - 1 — 6
consciousness : cfg - 1 — 7
death : cfg - 1 — 7
death, contemplation of : cfg - 1 — 7
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 7
personality : cfg - 1 — 7
psychology : cfg - 1 — 7
ritual, initiation : cfg - 1 — 7-8
hedonism,Ii : cfg - 1 — 8
Kuhn, Herbert : cfg - 1 — 8-9
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 8
music : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), ceremonial reenactment' of : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), coping with life and death through : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), interpretation of : cfg - 1 — 8
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 1 — 8
poetry : cfg - 1 — 8
religion, connection of art and : cfg - 1 — 8
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 1 — 8
ritual, myth and : cfg - 1 — 8
temples, rituals of : cfg - 1 — 8
Trois Freres labyrinth : cfg - 1 — 8-9
agriculture : cfg - 1 — 9-10
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 9
animals, men dressed as : cfg - 1 — 9
belief : cfg - 1 — 9
Burkert, Walter : cfg - 1 — 9
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 1 — 9
Earth : cfg - 1 — 9-10
human beings : cfg - 1 — 9-10
hunting : cfg - 1 — 9
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 1 — 9
priests : cfg - 1 — 9
ritual, discrediting of : cfg - 1 — 9
ritual, myth and : cfg - 1 — 9
ritual, religious ideas product of : cfg - 1 — 9
supernatural : cfg - 1 — 9
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 9
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 1 — 9
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 10
Dao : cfg - 1 — 10
ecstasy (ekstasis), self-forgetfulnes in : cfg - 1 — 10
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 1 — 10
God, modern : cfg - 1 — 10
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 10
music : cfg - 1 — 10
Nirvana : cfg - 1 — 10
religion, modern : cfg - 1 — 10
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 1 — 10
religion, truth and : cfg - 1 — 10
science, truth and : cfg - 1 — 10
sex, joy of : cfg - 1 — 10
spirituality : cfg - 1 — 10
sports : cfg - 1 — 10
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 10-11
truth, religious : cfg - 1 — 10
truth, scientific : cfg - 1 — 10
Venus of Laussel : cfg - 1 — 10-11
women, linking the moon and : cfg - 1 — 10-11
women, pregnancy and childbirth of : cfg - 1 — 10
animals, hunting of : cfg - 1 — 11
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 11-13
Being : cfg - 1 — 11-12
death, life after : cfg - 1 — 11
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 1 — 11
Heidegger, Martin : cfg - 1 — 11
hunting : cfg - 1 — 11
stars : cfg - 1 — 11
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 11
water : cfg - 1 — 11
women, pregnancy and childbirth of : cfg - 1 — 11
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 12-13
death : cfg - 1 — 12
divinity, symbols of : cfg - 1 — 12-13
fire : cfg - 1 — 12
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 1 — 12
hymns : cfg - 1 — 12-13
Lascaux cave art : cfg - 1 — 12
music, sacred : cfg - 1 — 12-13
pain : cfg - 1 — 12
personality : cfg - 1 — 12
prayer : cfg - 1 — 12
Rig Veda : cfg - 1 — 12-13
Spirit : cfg - 1 — 12
stars : cfg - 1 — 12
symbolism : cfg - 1 — 12-13
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 12
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 1 — 13
consciousness : cfg - 1 — 13
Dao : cfg - 1 — 13-14
fasting : cfg - 1 — 13
fear : cfg - 1 — 13
language, limitations of : cfg - 1 — 13
mystery : cfg - 1 — 13
poetry : cfg - 1 — 13
priests, Brahmin : cfg - 1 — 13
religion, authentic experience of : cfg - 1 — 13
silence : cfg - 1 — 13
spiritual exercises : cfg - 1 — 13
truth : cfg - 1 — 13
cults : cfg - 1 — 14
death : cfg - 1 — 14
divinity, human connection with : cfg - 1 — 14
divinity, symbols of : cfg - 1 — 14-15
Elohim : cfg - 1 — 14
France : cfg - 1 — 14
gods : cfg - 1 — 14-19
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 1 — 14
Israelites : cfg - 1 — 14
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 14
priests : cfg - 1 — 14
sacred geography : cfg - 1 — 14-15
temples : cfg - 1 — 14
transcendence, seeking of : cfg - 1 — 14
Allah : cfg - 1 — 15
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 15
cosmology : cfg - 1 — 15
creation stories : cfg - 1 — 15
cults : cfg - 1 — 15
Earth : cfg - 1 — 15-16
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 1 — 15
God, modern : cfg - 1 — 15
High God : cfg - 1 — 15-17
myth (mythos), ritual and : cfg - 1 — 15
paradise : cfg - 1 — 15
religion, modern : cfg - 1 — 15
ritual, myth and : cfg - 1 — 15
Sky Gods : cfg - 1 — 15
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 16
cosmos : cfg - 1 — 16
creation stories : cfg - 1 — 16-18
God, death of : cfg - 1 — 16
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 1 — 16
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 1 — 16
hymns : cfg - 1 — 16
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 16
Mount Olympus : cfg - 1 — 16
myth (mythos) : cfg - 1 — 16
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 1 — 16
prayer, as petition : cfg - 1 — 16
Presbyterianism : cfg - 1 — 16
priests : cfg - 1 — 16
Rig Veda : cfg - 1 — 16
ritual : cfg - 1 — 16
ritual, discrediting of : cfg - 1 — 16
sacrifice : cfg - 1 — 16
temples : cfg - 1 — 16
Zeus : cfg - 1 — 16
animals : cfg - 1 — 17
cosmology : cfg - 1 — 17
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 1 — 17
death, life after : cfg - 1 — 17
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - 1 — 17
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 1 — 17
gods, mythological tales of : cfg - 1 — 17-19
human beings, first : cfg - 1 — 17
moon, Io-I I : cfg - 1 — 17
myth (mythos), stories of gods and heroes in : cfg - 1 — 17-19
planets : cfg - 1 — 17
Purusha myth : cfg - 1 — 17
sacrifice : cfg - 1 — 17
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 1 — 17
stars : cfg - 1 — 17
sun : cfg - 1 — 17
Baal : cfg - 1 — 18
Babylon : cfg - 1 — 18-19
cosmos : cfg - 1 — 18
Enuma Elish : cfg - 1 — 18-19
Genesis, creation story in : cfg - 1 — 18
Gnosticism, i : cfg - 1 — 18
human beings, first : cfg - 1 — 18
hymns : cfg - 1 — 18
Marduk : cfg - 1 — 18
paradise : cfg - 1 — 18
ritual : cfg - 1 — 18
temples, ziggurat towers of : cfg - 1 — 18
Tiamat : cfg - 1 — 18
Yahweh : cfg - 1 — 18
Yam : cfg - 1 — 18
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 19
belief : cfg - 1 — 19
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 19-21
energeiai ("energies"), divine : cfg - 1 — 19
fear, liberation from : cfg - 1 — 19
knowledge : cfg - 1 — 19
Marduk : cfg - 1 — 19
nothingness : cfg - 1 — 19
psyche : cfg - 1 — 19-21
ritual : cfg - 1 — 19
Self (atman) : cfg - 1 — 19
Shvetaketu : cfg - 1 — 19-20
spiritual exercises : cfg - 1 — 19
spirituality : cfg - 1 — 19
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 19
Uddalaka Aruni : cfg - 1 — 19-20
Upanishads : cfg - 1 — 19-21
Aryan tribes : cfg - 1 — 20
death : cfg - 1 — 20
Freud, Sigmund : cfg - 1 — 20
Greeks : cfg - 1 — 20
pain : cfg - 1 — 20
personality : cfg - 1 — 20-1
Purusha myth : cfg - 1 — 20
reason (logos), pragmatic uses of : cfg - 1 — 20
religion, truth and : cfg - 1 — 20
science, truth and : cfg - 1 — 20
Self (atman) : cfg - 1 — 20-1
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 1 — 20
selfishness : cfg - 1 — 20
spiritual exercises : cfg - 1 — 20
truth, religious : cfg - 1 — 20
truth, scientific : cfg - 1 — 20
unconscious : cfg - 1 — 20
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 1 — 20
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 1 — 21
Brahmodya competition : cfg - 1 — 21
ego, "stepping outside" of : cfg - 1 — 21-2
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 1 — 21
language, limitations of : cfg - 1 — 21
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 1 — 21
reason (logos) : cfg - 1 — 21
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 1 — 21-2
silence : cfg - 1 — 21-2
truth, quest for : cfg - 1 — 21
Yajnavalkya : cfg - 1 — 21
yoga : cfg - 1 — 21-2
anger : cfg - 1 — 22
creation stories : cfg - 1 — 22
fear, liberation from : cfg - 1 — 22
joy : cfg - 1 — 22
music : cfg - 1 — 22
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 1 — 22
Brahman : cfg - 1 — 23
Buddha : cfg - 1 — 23
Buddhism : cfg - 1 — 23-4
Christianity : cfg - 1 — 23
Confucianism : cfg - 1 — 23
creation : cfg - 1 — 23
Daoism : cfg - 1 — 23
hatred : cfg - 1 — 23
human beings, sufferings and limitations of : cfg - 1 — 23
Islam : cfg - 1 — 23
Jainism : cfg - 1 — 23
Judaism : cfg - 1 — 23
monks, Buddhist : cfg - 1 — 23
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 23
Nirvana : cfg - 1 — 23-4
pain : cfg - 1 — 23
philosophy : cfg - 1 — 23
Self (atman) : cfg - 1 — 23
sex, joy of : cfg - 1 — 23
yoga : cfg - 1 — 23
Buddha : cfg - 1 — 24
compassion, xvii : cfg - 1 — 24-6
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 1 — 24
hatred : cfg - 1 — 24
joy : cfg - 1 — 24
monks, Buddhist : cfg - 1 — 24
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 24
truth : cfg - 1 — 24
Confucianism : cfg - 1 — 25-6
Confucius : cfg - 1 — 25
Yan Hui : cfg - 1 — 25-6
belief : cfg - 1 — 26
Christianity : cfg - 1 — 26
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 1 — 26
Israelites : cfg - 1 — 26
Judaism : cfg - 1 — 26
language, limitations of : cfg - 1 — 26
monotheism : cfg - 1 — 26
reason (logos), inadequacy of religious analysis through : cfg - 1 — 26
religion, inadequacy of rational thought on : cfg - 1 — 26
religion, practical action and discipline of : cfg - 1 — 26
silence : cfg - 1 — 26
Supreme Being : cfg - 1 — 26
transcendence : cfg - 1 — 26
Yahweh : cfg - 1 — 26-35

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