Selaus nimekkeen mukaan kokoelmassa Kirjoja, sarjoja, ym.

    • Pandemic funerals in Norway. Hartmut Rosa’s resonance as a sensitizing concept 

      Schuerhoff, Carsten (The Donner Institute, 08.03.2023)
      During the Covid-19 pandemic, funerals have been conducted consistently in Norway, but, of course, the ceremonies were subject to rules and regulations, while digitization was on the increase. Against the background of ...
    • Participation, metaphysics, and enlightenment: reflections on Ken Wilber’s recent work 

      Ferrer, Jorge (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2015)
      This article critically examines Ken Wilber’s (2006) recent work from a participatory perspective of human spirituality. After a brief introduction to the participatory approach, I limit my discussion to the following four ...
    • Pedagogiskt ledarskap : teori, forskning och skolutveckling 

      Uljens, Michael (Åbo Akademi University, Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies, 2015)
    • Pentecostal currents and individual mobility: visiting church services in Stockholm County 

      Moberg, Jessica (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2015)
      The classification of Pentecostal currents and organizations has been widely debated within Pentecostal studies. In contemporary Sweden, the disintegration of historically important boundaries (denominational, practical ...
    • Pentecostalism in Finland: the precarious beginning 

      Holm, Nils G. (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2015)
      The article presents the arrival of the Pentecostal movement into Finland. It is argued that a totally incorrect picture of the early years of Pentecostalism in Finland is conveyed if it is limited to the activities which ...
    • Philo of Stockholm. The ecumenical heresies of Rabbi Marcus Ehrenpreis 

      Rosenberg, Göran (The Donner Institute, 24.11.2019)
      This paper was presented at the conference ‘The Marrano Phenomenon: Jewish Hidden Tradition and Modernity’, Warsaw, 16–19 September 2019. It considers the case of Marcus Ehrenpreis, chief rabbi of Stockholm (1914–48). ...
    • Philosophies of interreligious dialogue: Practice in search of theory 

      Leirvik, Oddbjørn (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2011)
      In this article, I discuss how insights from Martin Buber’s and Emmanuel Levinas’ philosophies of dialogue have enlightened my own experience of inter-faith dialogue in Norway. Central perspectives here are Buber’s notion ...
    • Philosophy as a Form of Life : Essays in Honour of Olli Lagerspetz on His Sixtieth Birthday 

      Ahlskog, Jonas; Bakcström, Joel; Cockburn, David; Elgabsi, Natan; Fredriksson, Antony; Gefwert, Christoffer; Gustafsson, Martin; Hertzberg, Lars; Kronqvist, Camilla; Lagerspetz, Eerik; Lagerspetz, Mikko; Sibelius, Patrick; Strandberg, Hugo; Suolinna, Kirsti; Torrkulla, Göran (Åbo Akademis förlag - Åbo Akademi University Press, 2023)
    • Picturing vision: The interconnectedness of mental and visual images 

      Schürmann, Eva (the Donner Institute, 29.05.2018)
      Kant taught us to think of the faculty of imagination as an ingredient of perception. Vision, thus, is not only opened to the present but also to the absent, for instance through expectations or memories. Our ways of seeing ...
    • Pilgrimages Today 

      Ahlbäck, Tore (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2010)
      Pilgrimages can tentatively be described as journeys undertaken by individuals or groups to a place, which for the persons involved in the journey is of great importance; either for religious or spiritual reasons or for ...
    • Pitfalls of consensus-orientated dialogue: the German Islam Conference (Deutsche Islam Konferenz) 

      Amir-Moazami, Schirin (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2011)
      This article discusses one deliberative approach to dialogue as conceptualized by the philosopher Jürgen Habermas and brings this into a conversation with the current dialogue practice of the Deutsche Islam Konferenz (DIK) ...
    • Political Parties and the Production of Islam-Secularism Cleavage in Turkey 

      Alaranta, Toni Aleksi (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2014)
      This study demonstrates how profoundly Turkey's main social clevage –Islam versus Secularism – is produced and reproduced by political parties in their attempts to form coherent sociopolitical bloc as a basis of mass ...
    • Politik i lilleputtar : mikrostater i komparativ belysning 

      Anckar, Dag (Åbo Akademis förlag - Åbo Akademi University Press, 2004)
    • Post-secular Religious Practices 

      Ahlbäck, Tore (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2012)
      The theme of the current volume of Scripta is the emerging field of research connected to Post-secular religious practices. Special attention is given to the trend of combining a renewed openness to questions of the spirit ...
    • Post-secular sociology: modes, possibilities and challenges 

      Schepelern Johansen, Birgitte (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2013)
      It is by now well known that the modern category of religion has evolved as part of a certain trajectory of Western history. Among its many aspects, this trajectory is about how religion became part of a definitive ...
    • Postmodern Spirituality 

      Ahlbäck, Tore; (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2009)
      Postmodern Spirituality is an umbrella term that covers a broad number of beliefs and approaches that fall under a common, though rather fuzzy, category. Within this category, one finds a wide variety of spiritual practices ...
    • Prayer practices among Palestinian Christians in Occupied Palestinian Territory 

      Parkkinen, Mari Johanna (01.12.2018)
      Arab Palestinian Christians face many challenges living in the Occupied Palestinian Territory; restrictions of movement, a poor employment situation and rising emigration. According to previous research, religion and prayer ...
    • Praying with Blathmac 

      Bergholm, Alexandra (The Donner Institute, 07.11.2022)
      The mid-eighth-century Old Irish text known as the poems of Blathmac is a long devotional composition meditating on the mystery of Christ’s cross and its significance for salvation history. Since the discovery and subsequent ...
    • Presence and absence of the belated witness in two short stories by Mavis Gallant 

      Ballan, Joseph (the Donner Institute, 03.06.2017)
      This essay extends Michael Levine’s theory of the ‘belated witness’ as an approach to the question of how Holocaust survival is represented in literature, by considering how the absence of such a witness is made perceptible ...
    • Public opinion on freedom of religion (and its limitations) in penitentiary establishments in the light of international regulations 

      Sitarz, Olga; Jaworska-Wieloch, Anna; Hanc, Jakub (The Donner Institute, 01.03.2022)
      The issue of religious freedom while serving a sentence of imprisonment often occupies scientists from around the world. Basically, they agree that a prisoner, regardless of the act for which he or she has been convicted, ...