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    Environmental Ethics and Cultural Values: Philosophical Approaches to Eco-Axiology.Leila Ahmed - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):371-387.
    The paper "Environmental Ethics and Cultural Values related to the Philosophical Approaches to Eco-Axiology" examines the complex interplay of ethical concerns about the environment, cultural viewpoints, and human values. This research explores eco-axiology, the philosophical study of values in connection to the natural world, observing at how moral precepts influence how people interact with the natural world. For measuring, the research study used SPSS software and generated results, including descriptive statistics and one-way ANOVA test analysis, which also explains the pair (...)
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    Statistical Analysis of Hadith Terminologies in Ibn rajab's 'Fath Al-Bari Sharh Sahih Al-Bukhari: A Comprehensive Study.Tariq Ibrahim Abdul Razzaq Al-Masoud - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):39-66.
    The objective of this study is to conduct an analysis of the terminologies employed by Imam Ibn Rajab in his well-known work, "Fath al-Bari Sharh Sahih al-Bukhari," with the intention of enhancing our comprehension of his methodology in the field of Hadith studies. The study utilises a methodology that combines textual analysis and statistical techniques to examine the occurrence and usage of specific terms. The study also compares Ibn Rajab’s terminology with that of "Muqaddimah Ibn Salah" for a thorough analysis. (...)
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    Cultural Tourism and Spiritual Experiences: A Study of Religious Tourists.Muhammad Awais Bhatti & Ahmed Abdulaziz Alshiha - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):1-23.
    This study examines the connections among cultural tourism, spirituality, and associated factors among religious tourists in Saudi Arabia. It focuses on how cultural tourism impacts spiritual fulfilment, considering visitors' intentions to visit religious sites, while also factoring in cultural competence and trust in tourism brands as moderators. This study involved 244 participants, who were administered self-report surveys during their visits to religious sites and cultural attractions in Saudi Arabia. Data analysis employed Stata-SEM software, utilizing structural equation modelling (SEM) to assess (...)
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    Cultural Heritage and Moral Obligations: A Philosophical Inquiry Into Preservation and Innovation.Rafael Costa - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):508-523.
    In light of social change and rapid technological improvement, "Cultural Heritage and Moral Obligations: A Philosophical Inquiry into Preservation and Innovation" sets out to investigate the ethical aspects of cultural heritage. This investigation explores the value of cultural legacy as a storehouse of human knowledge, identity, and community while recognising its enormous influence on the construction of both personal and societal narratives. It recognises the difficulties presented by the needs of development and the demands of respecting the past as it (...)
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    The Role of Symbolic Interaction in Cultural Identity Formation: A Philosophical Analysis.Lucas da Silva - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):473-488.
    This philosophical examination investigates the complex processes through which people develop their identities within various cultural settings and examines the function of symbolic interactionism in constructing cultural identities. Symbolic interactionism, which has its roots in the writings of academics like Herbert Blumer and George Herbert Mead, describe the role of relationships, meaning negotiation, and symbols in social reality and human behaviour. Symbolic interactionism provides a useful paradigm for comprehending how people use cultural symbols, customs, and social interactions to negotiate their (...)
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    The Effect Evaluation of Digital Integration of Traditional Drama and Modern Drama Art Based on Intelligent Computing.Limin Duan, Rosdeen Bin Suboh, Ni Chen, Yanhong Jin, Chao Zhang & Xiaokai Ma - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):489-507.
    Out of the consideration of the same artistic essence and aesthetic function of drama and opera as theater, many directors devoted their lives to building a "golden bridge" between drama and opera: on the one hand, to maintain the traditional characteristics of opera, but "to make use of new ideas, new techniques, and new organization, so that the face of the old opera can be renewed". On the other hand, their early practice of new drama also made them realize that (...)
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  7. Effect of Religious Commitment, Intrinsic Religiosity, and Perceived Service Quality on Purchase Intention: Exploring Moderating Role of Religious Belief.Musaddag Elrayah & Waleed Abdulrahman Alawad - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):436-459.
    The primary objective of this study was to investigate the influence of religious commitment, intrinsic religiosity, perceived service quality, and CSR on customer purchase intention, with customer life satisfaction as a potential mediator. Additionally, the study examined the moderating effect of religious belief. A questionnaire was developed based on an extensive review of the literature to gather data from customers in the hospitality sector in Saudi Arabia, using convenience sampling. The study achieved a usable response rate of 81.4%. Structural equation (...)
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    The Philosophical Fusion of the Primitive Aesthetics of Chinese and Western Religious Paintings and the Study of Contemporary Paintings.Sun Fei & Gao Ming - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):135-148.
    When art develops to a certain extent, it is bound to be mixed with traces of religion, and art influenced by religion occupies an important position in the entire history of art development. Looking at the development history of Chinese and Western painting art, we can find that there are indeed many connections between religion and art. The spiritual transmission of religion is carried out using intuition through painting art, and its vital role is reflected in the long history of (...)
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    Romantic Piano Art Aesthetics and Classical Philosophy Art Core Fusion Presentation.Bin Feng - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):524-541.
    In the romantic period, there emerged a lot of piano works with colorful creation methods, which brought people infinite enjoyment of beauty and triggered countless discussions. Starting from the Romantic period, this paper analyzes the aesthetic characteristics of piano art, discusses its aesthetic essence, and traces its development source, aiming to deepen the public's cognition of piano art, strengthen the importance of piano art, give play to the influence of art, let aesthetics penetrate into the public and enrich the emotional (...)
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    Effects of Religiosity and Perceived Social Support on Career Success: Examining Moderating Role of Islamic Workplace Spirituality.Mohanad Mohammed Sufyan Ghaleb & Fatimah Abdulaziz Alshiha - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):280-303.
    The viability of an organization hinges upon the effectiveness of its workforce. Enhanced performance among employees directly correlates with heightened organizational efficacy. Consequently, this study endeavours to investigate the influence of religiosity, perceived social support, and religious work ethics on both career commitment and career success. Moreover, it seeks to scrutinize the mediating impact of career commitment and the moderating role of Islamic workplace spirituality. Data were gathered from employees engaged in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) situated in the Kingdom (...)
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    A Multi-Perspective Reflection on College students' English Vocabulary and Language Skills Learning Under the Theory of Epistemology.Bisen Guo, Yingxue Wang & Jianjian Yin - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):304-329.
    More and more tech-savvy learners are expanding the language learning environment with mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL).From the perspective of epistemological philosophy, this paper examines the relevance of the smartphone application effect, receptive vocabulary knowledge, and receptive language ability in the development of English vocabulary knowledge in Chinese college English learners. Fifty-four freshman English learners were divided into two groups. One group used a smartphone app, and the other used traditional memorization methods. The results showed that, first, there was a (...)
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    The Religious Singing and its Influence in Supporting of Vocals and Vocal Arts.XiaoTong Guo - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):460-472.
    One of the main issues raised over the years has been how religion feels about music. The relationship between religion and music as a promoting and not a corrupting art is one of the problems that warrants further research in this area. According to this article, phonic music can be a source for various services and be supported by religion in particular circumstances. The article discusses the musical elements of several religious texts, how religion affects the creative process, the human (...)
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  13. The Influence of Confucian Culture on the Formation of china's Legal Thought.Yongjian Jia - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):104-118.
    Throughout the ancient society of China, we can find that from Qin and Han Dynasties to Ming and Qing Dynasties, the social nature, political structure and legal system of China did not change endlessly due to the change of dynasties. On the contrary, it was always in a stable state. This has to be attributed to the all-round and deep-seated influence of Confucianism on China society. Confucian culture had an important influence on the development of China's law in the two (...)
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  14. The Major Human Rights, in Light of the Two Revelations.Dr Abdel Aziz Shaker Hamdan Al Kubaisi & Dr Younus Abdulhadi Khaleel Al Fayyadh - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):149-166.
    Various domains of life widely recognise the concept of human rights. Regardless of one's spiritual beliefs or background, individuals possess an inherent understanding of their fundamental rights. This knowledge of human rights originates from Allah, who has communicated it through various messengers, including the esteemed Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. This study focuses on examining the religious perspective on basic human rights in order to establish a comprehensive understanding of these rights. There are two revelations: This study employs a linguistic descriptive analysis (...)
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    Research on the Infiltration Influence of Religious Consciousness on the Cultural Connotation of Dance.Min Long - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):67-81.
    In the development of history, due to the unbalanced development of various ethnic groups, some ethnic minorities do not have their own characters. However, with the development of the times and the appearance of cultural relics, it can be seen that most ethnic groups have their own unique dances, and the performance forms and styles of dances reflect the connotation of dance culture and religious culture to a great extent. This paper makes a related research on the influence of religious (...)
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    Interfaith Dialogue in Contemporary Europe: Challenges and Prospects for Religious.Fatima Mernissi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):182-199.
    This study examines the dynamics of interfaith communication in modern-day Europe, emphasizing the obstacles to and opportunities presented by religious heterogeneity. The religious landscape of Europe is heterogeneous, with followers of many religions living side by side. But this variety also brings difficulties, like bias, political unrest, and resentment from the past, which can obstruct attempts to foster mutual understanding and collaboration across religious communities. Interfaith communication is essential for advancing religious freedom and social cohesiveness despite these obstacles. The research (...)
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    Effect of Religiosity, Religious Motivation and Cultural Motivation on Destination Loyalty and Emotional Connection:Exploring Mediating Effect of Religious Tourism.Vimala Venugopal Muthuswamy & Ahmed Abdulaziz Alshiha - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):330-351.
    The economic advancement of any nation hinges significantly upon the phenomenon of tourism. Hence, the primary objective of this study was crafted to scrutinize the influence of religiosity, religious motivation, and cultural motivation on religious tourism, destination loyalty, and emotional attachment. Moreover, this research delved into the mediating role of religious tourism in elucidating the relationship between religiosity, religious belief, cultural belief, destination belief, and emotional attachment. Employing a cross-sectional research design, data were gathered from respondents utilizing a 7-point Likert (...)
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    Personality Traits in the Holy Quran: A Psychological Study of Personality Types.Sanaa Aluey Abdul Sada*, Ahmed Rashid Hussein, Shuruq Kamil Ismail, Ismaiel Oqla Abdul Lateef, Jumaah Hussein Ali & Maiada Fadil Ahmed - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):220-254.
    The Holy Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet are a rich source of learning about human psychology and the personality types, patterns and traits. This study attempted to understand whether personality types and patterns can be understood through Islamic knowledge. For this purpose, the study examined the personality traits as laid down in the Qur’an and later disseminated though the hadiths. A qualitative research design was adopted for this study, combining philosophical and phenomenological approaches, where the former captured the (...)
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    The Sanctity of Totemism: The Elixir of Society ——Durkheim's "Religious Society" and confucius' "Rooting Ritual Regulations in Humaneness" Share the Same Path, but Have Different Returns.Zhiheng Su & Zhilong Yan - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):200-219.
    It is well known that totem worship is an early product of human society, from which it can be argued that East and West share a common cultural origin, although totem worship cannot be identified as the initial origin of all human civilizations, it is the common premise from which all subsequent clans, tribes, and groups emerged. When societies face upheaval and change and breed conflict and chaos, salvation may be found in the common cultural origins of humankind. This paper (...)
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    Enhancing Arabic Literacy Skills in Indonesian Boarding Schools: Empirical Evidence of an Innovative Learning Model for Reading Religious Texts.Isop Syafei - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):82-103.
    Arabic literacy skills are essential for Muslim learners to comprehend religious texts; however, when trying to improve these skills, students face numerous obstacles that require immediate attention. This study aims to develop and evaluate an Arabic learning model designed to enhance the capability of students in Indonesian boarding schools to read religious books. The research follows a three-stage approach: introductory study, model development, and model validation. The study takes place in Al-Jawami and Al-Falah boarding schools in West Java Province, Indonesia. (...)
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    Visual Mining Method of Japanese Movie Resources Based on Association Rules.Qin Wang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):419-435.
    One of the crucial fields of study that is getting more attention is association rule mining. It is crucial to databases' knowledge discovery (KDD). KDD and association rule mining have a very broad use. It has evolved at a rapid rate over the past fifteen years. Association Rule Mining is a novel technology, although it is still in the discovery and development stages. Video is an illustration of interactive media data since it contains text, pictures, meta-data, visual, sound, and different (...)
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    Re-Examination of Religion, Philosophy and Art in Contemporary china's Oil Paintings.Xiaomin Xiang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):167-181.
    Up to now, China's painting has not completely shaken off the influence of the spirit of European philosophy or a fundamental change in the way of viewing. The spirit of the unity of subject and object in ancient China philosophy influenced the formation and development of China's paintings. Since China Art Institute introduced figurative expressionism, a new art, into the contemporary art education system of China, it has shown its unique value in professional theory and practical skills. It not only (...)
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  23. Research on Ecological Innovation Strategy of Commercial Illustration in Cultural and Creative Packaging Design.Xiao Ye & Fei Jiang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):255-279.
    The progress and development of the new era has given commercial illustration a new vitality, expanding and enhancing its commercial value and cultural connotation.However, under the influence of traditional mechanistic philosophical thought, there is a tendency of utilitarianization, mechanization, absolutization and fragmentation in China's commercial illustration in general, resulting in various reform measures facing difficulties and resistance, especially not conducive to the healthy and comprehensive development of packaging design.Ecological philosophy, as a systematic, holistic, processual and connected idea, is now being (...)
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    Philosophical Perspectives on Cultural Hybridity: The Dynamics of Identity and Alterity.Wang Yi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):403-418.
    The research study explores the philosophical viewpoints on cultural hybridity and considers how they affect the development of identities, moral behaviour, epistemological criticism, and real-world applications in a variety of fields. Cultural hybridity, which is defined as the blending of different cultural aspects, calls into question established ideas about identity and encourages us to reevaluate the flexibility and diversity that are fundamental to the human self. For measuring, the research study used the Smart PLS Algorithm Model related to variables through (...)
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    Influence of Philosophy on Art——Take beethoven's Music Creation as an Example.Huo Yulei - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):24-38.
    Philosophy is the soul of art, and art is great because of philosophy. All kinds of philosophical thoughts seep into artists' minds like water flooding the beach, affecting their world outlook and outlook on life, and providing theoretical guidance for their artistic creation from aesthetic thoughts to creative methods. Beethoven used musical language to express the deepest worries in the hearts of the advanced people of his time. This paper attempts to explore the internal development law of art philosophy from (...)
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  26. Study on the Coexistence of French Republican Values and Muslim Culture.Huining Zhang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):352-370.
    France's "republican assimilation" immigration policy has been widely questioned, and the contradiction and estrangement between Muslim immigrants and the mainstream society seems to be deepening. This paper focuses on the coexistence of French republican values and Muslim culture, discusses and analyzes the French immigration policy and various social problems caused by Muslim immigrants in France, and puts forward suggestions on how to solve these problems. The study found that the high unemployment rate, the backward living environment, the discrimination brought by (...)
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  27. The Effects of Dance Movement Therapy in the Treatment of Depression.Xing Zhao - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (4):388-402.
    Two essential components make up the semantic information that was used to pinpoint the video events. They consist of: (a) A spatial component of a video frame, such as the scenery, visible people, and visible objects. (b) A temporal component that is represented by a series of video frames across time, such as the actions of a character or the movements of an object. The video's audio, video, and text components are examined in order to provide the higher-level semantic data. (...)
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    Nahwu Al Fiqh Al Jadid: Controversy Surrounding Jamal Al banna's Thought About Hadith Narrated by the Companions of the Prophet.Rafid Abbas & Faisol Nasar Bin Madi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):331-346.
    Jamal Al-Banna, the 20 th century reformist and thinker, in his book _Nahwu al-Fiqh al-Jadid,_ outlines ideas about new Islamic jurisprudence, especially about the collection of _hadith_, which he considers to be fabricated _hadith_ because it contained the sayings or interpretations of the companions, not the sayings of the Prophet. Al-Banna offers an alternative to the hadith and sunnah, in line with the Qur'an, not according to the companions’ narration. This study utilized a qualitative research design, with data collected through (...)
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    Food Consumption From Islamic Perspective: Evidence From Qur’an and Sunnah.Rawda Abdel Moneim Al-Amin - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):257-280.
    The Holy Quran and the Sunnah provide the Islamic approach to a complete food system, regulating the consumption of food and drinks, clarifying permissibility and prohibition, to protect human health. This analytical study aimed to explore various categories and benefits of food in Islam derived from plants and animals, focusing specifically on how Islamic Shariah advocates halal food consumption, and what permissions or prohibitions are granted, highlighting the underlying religious evidence and reasoning. The data was collected through both inductive and (...)
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    Quranic Reading Between the High-Level Chain of Transmission and Criticism of Grammarians.Sahar Husein Jarallah Almalki - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):296-315.
    This research delves into a unique and vital aspect of addressing criticisms by some grammarians (al-nohaat) and interpreters against various continuous Quranic readings, focusing on the robustness of their transmission chains (isnad). These chains, often deemed weak by certain grammarians, are examined to understand how they reinforce the credibility of the readings, given the prevalent view that a solid transmission chain significantly minimizes errors in recitations. The data was collected through desk review of library sources, references, journal articles and books. (...)
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    Ancient Local Culture of the Buginese and Islam: Phenomenological Analysis of the Acculturation of Islam and the Bissu Tradition.Sitti Aminah Azis - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):363-375.
    The Bugis community in South Sulawesi, Indonesia has a pre-Islamic tradition called Bissu which still exists today and is acculturated to Islam. This culture is still deeply rooted in several regions and has even become a symbol of distinctive traditions. This study attempted to examine the relationship between local culture in Bissu cultural practices and Islam, to identify the impact of the acculturation of the Bissu traditions with the Islamic teachings. Using a phenomenological analysis approach, this research studied the Bissu (...)
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    Research on the Application of the Fusion of Aesthetic Philosophy and Practical Philosophy in Film and Television Music Production.Huang Fan - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):113-130.
    The basic aim of this research study is to describe the Applications of the fusion of aesthetic philosophy and practical philosophy in film and television music production. This research study depends upon primary data analysis for measuring the research study to generate different questions related to the aesthetic philosophy and practical philosophy to determine the research study used smart PLS and run different results related to the variables. Modern philosophy of art includes the philosophy of film as a well-established subfield. (...)
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    Teaching Scientific Tasawuf in the Islamic Education System: Exploring Kiai Ahmad Khotib Insights.Hajam Hajam - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):131-155.
    This paper constructs the teaching of tasawuf as a scientific methods in the higher education in Indonesia. The inclusion of systematic approach is based on the teaching of tasawuf by Kiai Emet Ahmad Khotib from Cirebon West Java Indonesia. This study implemented habitus research method and historical method that centered on library research. Habitus is the mental or cognitive structure through which people deal with the social world. A person is endowed with a set of internalized schemas through which they (...)
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    Religious Philosophy and Music: Seeing the Religious Emotions in German and Austrian Art Songs From Bach and gounod's "Ave Maria".Wei Hou - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):201-215.
    This article sheds light on the relationship between religious philosophy and music to emphasize the formulation of religious emotions in art songs. This study's theoretical framework is based on the "Theory of Religious Philosophy and Music" Using these concepts, this paper explores the religious feelings associated with German and Austrian Art Songs by Bach and Gounod's "Ave Maria." The religious emotions of connectedness with God, serenity and love, faith in the heavens and angels, and the assistance of Christ and the (...)
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    Exploring the Intersection of Artistic Expression and Religious Philosophy: Insights From the Musical "Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors".Wei Hou - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):239-253.
    This paper investigates the sites of intersection between artistic expression and religious philosophy from artistic and philosophical perspectives. Incorporating theoretical perspectives related to the Theory of art and religion, the first section of the paper introduces the topic and formulates the framework. The second section examines the confluence of artistic expression and religious philosophy in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." Based on evidence, it has been established that Joseph's musical tale is a remarkable depiction of artistic expression and religious (...)
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    Confucian Music Aesthetics and Music Art of Ancient Traditional Religion in China.Ji Huihui - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):347-362.
    China's traditional religious music is deeply rooted in the folk life and labor. Studying the influence of Confucian music aesthetics on ancient religious music and the establishment of modern music aesthetics has an important influence and the significance of learning from it. Studying the music aesthetics of Confucianism in the pre-Qin period can scientifically inherit and carry forward the traditional ritual and music civilization, combine the essence of China's traditional religious music aesthetics with reality, and explore the music theory that (...)
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    Contestation of Normativity Views of the Hadits About Physical Appearance Among Muhammadiyah Members.Kasman Kasman - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):98-112.
    The normativity in understanding the hadiths of male physical appearances, such as lengthening the beard, isbal prohibition, and wearing a robe, was still debated by Muslims. This issue was evident, especially in Islamic communities with strong progressive and conservative characters at the same time, like Muhammadiyah. This paper aimed to elucidate the existence of contestation among Muhammadiyah members in understanding and practicing traditions regarding physical appearance. This paper discussed three subjects: first, contestation in the hadith of maintaining a beard; second, (...)
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    Studying the Historical Representation of European Religions Through 3D Digital Sculpture Art.Pengke Li - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):376-395.
    3D digitization of social legacy has been utilized to safeguard data about colonial legacy items like design, craftsmanship, and trinkets. The 3-d unfolding of gadgets via improvements including elevated reality, augmented reality, and 3-d printing have affected the fields of expertise records and social legacy and features grow to be extra normal. However, concentrates on that go past the specialized parts of 3D innovation and treat such points as their importance for reclamation, protection, commitment, schooling, exploration, and morals scarcely exist. (...)
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    The Role of Ancestor Worship in Chinese Religion and Culture: An Examination of its Significance in Confucianism and Taoism.Dongwang Liu - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):156-175.
    Ancestor worship is a diffusive religion. Different nationalities may have different ideas about ancestors, but ancestor worship plays the same role. In the development of modern society, Ancestor worship still plays an important role in the demand for human psychology, the shaping of individuals, the stable development of families, and the cohesion of ethnic groups. The development and inheritance basis of ancestor worship is closely related to Chinese religion and culture, and the integration of the two has also promoted the (...)
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    Hijra Intention and Customer Loyalty Towards Islamic Banks: Role of Religious Obligations, Commitment and Attitude.Vimala Venugopal Muthuswamy & Kavitha Ramu - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):176-200.
    The primary objective of this research was to investigate the impact of Commitment Towards Islamic Banks, Attitude Towards Islamic Bank, Islamic Religious Obligation, trust, and Hijra intention on customer loyalty towards Islamic banks. Additionally, the study aimed to explore the moderating role of customer trust and the mediating effect of hijra intention. The research employed a cross-sectional research design and a quantitative approach, gathering data from customers of Islamic banks in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A questionnaire, based on previous (...)
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    The Influence of Religious Belief, Islamic Work Ethics and Islamic Leadership on Performance: Exploring Mediating Role of Employee Engagement.Vimala Venugopal Muthuswamy & M. Umarani - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):216-238.
    The primary objective of this research is to investigate the impact of organizational culture and various religious factors, such as religious belief, Islamic Leadership Justice, and Islamic work ethics, on job performance with employee engagement as a mediating factor. The study focuses on the workforce within the SME sector as the target population. Data were gathered from respondents through a questionnaire developed based on an extensive review of existing literature. The questionnaire was distributed utilizing the convenience sampling technique, resulting in (...)
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    Hadith Studies in Indonesia: Vernacularization and Teaching Methods of Sahih Al-Bukhari in Traditional and Contemporary Islamic Educational Institutions.Salamah Noorhidayati & Thoriqul Aziz - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):60-80.
    Sahih al-Bukhari, one of the most esteemed and widely studied collections of hadith by Muslims, has garnered significant attention in Indonesia. This paper delves into the history of Sahih al-Bukhari's study within the Indonesian context, examining its transmission lineage, vernacularization, and study methodologies in traditional and contemporary educational context. Three specific objectives were pursued: 1) the translation and vernacularization of Sahih al-Bukhari, 2) the transmission of Sahih al-Bukhari, with a focus on Indonesian pesantren (Islamic boarding schools), and 3) the analysis (...)
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    Confucianism in the Heart, Buddhist Traces—a Study on Stele Inscriptions by Scholars in the Silla Period.Ying Qin & Hailong Sun - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):239-256.
    Little is known about the Korean Peninsula before 12 th century, due to which potentially biased assessments of its social, cultural, and political history exist. This study attempted to unearth the history of the Korean Peninsula since the late 10th century through the Buddhist inscriptions. These inscriptions unveil the authentic social environment, religious beliefs, and political ecology of late Silla and delve into the political motives and life philosophies of Silla scholars who studied the Tang Dynasty, especially their approach of (...)
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    The Influence of Traditional Chinese Philosophy on Piano Performance and Piano Education.Yunyi Qin - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):39-59.
    The current piano curriculum, according to conventional wisdom, is a product of the western music education system, which accords Chinese traditional culture with less importance. Most of the methods and tools used in today's collegiate piano programs are Western-based, often ignoring traditional musical traditions. However, it is widely acknowledged that piano music plays a key role in the culture of music and that it is closely related to traditional culture and art. Examining the impact of Chinese traditional philosophy on collegiate (...)
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    Exploring the Role of Religion in the Dynamics of Bullying and Forgiveness Among High School Students in Pakistan.Shahbaz Ali Shahzad, Assist Prof Dr Gi̇zem Öneri̇ Uzun, Assoc Prof Dr Abdul Sattar Ghaffari, Assoc Prof Dr Malik Mureed Hussain & Dr Abaid Ur Rehman - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):396-413.
    Bullying behaviour among adolescents is a prevalent concern all over the world as it holds significant implications for their mental health and social life. Similarly, bullying has emerged as a grave concern in high schools in Pakistan. However, very limited literature has covered the dynamics of religious education and bullying behaviour among high school students in Pakistan. Therefore, this study seeks to investigate the impact of religious beliefs and practices on the prevalence of abuse and bullying among high school students (...)
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    The Influence of Confucianism on china's Dulcimer Performance.Xue Shu - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):453-469.
    Confucianism is an important theoretical support of the Chinese national spirit. It started with the Confucian school founded by Confucius, and after the continuous enrichment and creation of Confucianism, it gradually formed an important guiding ideology covering people, people and society, people and nature, etc., which had a far-reaching impact on politics, economy, literature, social life and other fields. In the 1980s, the stable social environment brought by the reform and opening up provided a good external condition for the development (...)
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    Inclusive Religious Paradigm Within Academia: Religious Education lecturers' Viewpoints on Interreligious Tolerance and Pluralism in Indonesia.Suparto Suparto, Sumarni Sumarni, Imran Siregar, Lisa’Diyah Ma’Rifataini, Opik Abdurrahman Taufik, Ahmad Habibullah, Nunu Ahmad An-Nahidl & Wahid Khozin - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):427-452.
    The belief system of academicians has an impact on how religious education (RE) is carried out in public universities. The ideology of RE lecturers - whether it is moderate, radical, or liberal - is greatly influenced by their own religious beliefs. The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between religious paradigm of religious education lecturers on interreligious tolerance and pluralism in public universities in Indonesia. The study sample comprised 142 lecturers drawn from ten public universities in Indonesia. (...)
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    Enlightenment and Paradigm of Marxist Philosophy to china's Modernity.Li Xiafei - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):281-295.
    The process of Marxism China is a process in which China conforms to the historical requirements of modernization, catches up with modernization and seeks a new path of modernization. Under the background of the modernization movement and the modernity problems that followed, the China of Marxist philosophy undoubtedly has a new problem domain. From the perspective of practice, the logical thread of Marxism in China is the modernization of China. Theoretically, the construction of China's modernity is the theme of Marxism (...)
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    Viewing the Creation and Application of Modern Dance in Chinese Dance From Dialectical Materialist Philosophy.Liu Yan - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):81-97.
    The informative purpose of the research study is to describe the Applications of modern dance and creation in Chinese dance from dialectical materialist philosophy. This research study was conducted in china to measure Chinese and modern dance from materialist philosophy. Research based on primary data analysis for gathering the data developed almost 10 to 12 questions related to the variables. The Chinese dancers, department of Chinese dancers, film industries, etc., are all research study participants. For measuring, the research study used (...)
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    A Study on the Expression of Realistic Philosophy in Modern Japanese Literature.Qing Yan - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):1-21.
    In the framework of Japanese studies, the relationship between Buddhism and Japanese poetry has received very little academic consideration. The noticeable founded narrative forms and potent and substantial philosophical influence of classical Chinese writings have resulted in the image of China being recontextualized during the process of fantasy, development, and encounters on the part of Japanese writers or investigators, with the result that many distortions and mischaracterizations have occurred as a result of this process. This work employs a comparative method (...)
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    Promotion of Religious Culture Transmission to the Inheritance and Development of Calligraphy.Wang Yanzhen & Zang HuaiJian - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):22-38.
    The cultural nature of religion is closely linked with the characteristics of religion. The interaction between religious culture and secular culture is shown as the alternation and coexistence of benign and malignant. In fact, the development of religious culture has a very close relationship with human beings in ancient times. Some activities of human worship, summarized and promoted from generation to generation, have gradually spread and developed widely among various nationalities and regions, and finally formed a series of spiritual theories (...)
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    Aesthetic Education in the New Media Era: From the Perspective of Aesthetic Education Philosophy.Zhao Yong - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (3):316-330.
    Aesthetic education plays an important role in people's education and training. Guided by Marxist aesthetic education view, studying the construction of aesthetic education in the new era is not only an important condition for shaping a sound personality and an inevitable requirement for guiding people's better life in the new era, but also a theoretical basis for guiding the cultivation of innovative talents in the new era, and a realistic need for dealing with the misunderstanding of aesthetic education in the (...)
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    Hollier Than Thou: The Contestation of Islamic Theology in the Indonesian Users of Social Media.Hamzah Harun Al-Rasyid, Hamdan Juhannis & Syawaluddin Hanafi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):314-329.
    Being the largest Muslim country in the world, the conversation of Islam in Indonesian social media has grown to the distinctive opposite poles of belief among the Islamic communities. This study presents the discussions of theological selections among the application users, as evident from their contesting schools of thought. This study identifies the data by content analysis. It presents the information with the digital ethnography design by analyzing and interpreting data from online sources to identify themes, patterns, and trends. The (...)
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    The Yazidis as Iraqi Minorities, Marginalization and the Western Secularism.Yusra Mohammed Ali, Ysra Ahmed, Dalal Waadallah Shihab, Hadi Nahar, Abdul Salam Ali Hussein, Toman Alkhafagy, Rand Abd Al Mahdi, Saad Ghazi Talib & Sabri Kareem Sabri - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):139-152.
    The Yazidi community is one of the largest minority groups in Iraq, who have suffered the most. They have been subjected to marginalization and trauma for decades, which has not been documented adequately in the past. The study adopted a descriptive exploratory research to collect and investigate historical evidence regarding the marginalization and traumatic experience of the Yazidi minority in Iraq and explore whether the western secularism could be helpful in achieving restorative justice and rehabilitation. Through the study of available (...)
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    Toward an Inclusive Theology: Muhammad syahrur's Hermeneutical Interpretation of Religious Inclusivism Based on Al-Quran. Barsihannor, M. Ilham, Gustia Tahir & Hamdanah - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):104-122.
    Many experts have authored studies on Islamic theology to understand religion in the modern world. The research on religious inclusivism is essential for the literature since many researchers continuously contribute to it. This work analyzes Muhammad Syahrur's Hermeneutical interpretation of religious inclusivism based on the Al-Quran. This research is library research using a qualitative-descriptive approach to explore the views, ideas, concepts, and theories given by Muhammad Syahrur linked to inclusive theology. This research claims that religious inclusivism is highly necessary to (...)
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    New Media Technology and Intelligent Equipment-Assisted Curriculum and Teaching Curriculum for Opera Performance.Song Congju - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):278-296.
    The times are progressing and the demand for opera performance talents is gradually increasing. In the new media environment as well as the technological environment, the teaching of opera performance in colleges and universities has ushered in the challenges of the new era, and the teaching staff of colleges and universities need to continuously improve their abilities. This paper explores the use of intelligent devices to explore the professional curriculum and teaching research in the new media environment.
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    The Repatriation of Gilgamesh Dream Tablet: Rebuilding the Iraqi Religious Legacy.Hasan Khalid Dabis, Haady Abdilnibi Altememy, Mohamed Hameed, Hawraa Neima Kamal, Ali Dawod Ali, Saleem Al-Zerjawi, Hasan Mohammed Ali & Ali Mawlood Fadhil - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):1-14.
    The _Epic of Gilgamesh_, a 3600-year 12-tablet collection, was looted from an Iraqi museum during the 1991 Gulf War, and fraudulently imported into the United States. In September, 2021, UNESCO facilitated its repatriation to Iraq, which is seen as an occasion to consolidate Iraq’s efforts to rebuild its legacy, since the _Epic of Gilgamesh_ is of immense cultural, historical and religious value for Iraq The current study examines the _Epic of Gilgamesh_ in the light of the ancient Sumerian and Akkadian (...)
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    The Philosophical Thinking of Modern Dance Art and the Application of Marxist Philosophy in its Creation. Dingmeixi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):153-175.
    The art of dancing involves the motions of many body parts, particularly those that are rhythmically and musical. Modern dance is viewed as a type of nonverbal interaction that may be utilized to convey ideas, feelings, or even a narrative. Modern dances might be communal, audience-participatory, or both. Thus, following how the concept is used in the fast-expanding subject of the theory of dance, "philosophy" is understood widely here. Dance philosophy has a tone of promise, in part because dance is (...)
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    Audiovisual Effect of Music and Cultural Programs in Mass Cultural Activities Assisted by Intelligent Devices.Hanfeng Du - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):259-277.
    Music is the carrier through which human beings express their emotions. It can clean up their hearts and seek emotional resonance. The combination of music and artificial intelligence, when music meets artificial intelligence, the mathematical logic part of data and algorithm replaces the image thinking, resulting in automatic music production. The basic principle of music creation is to use artificial intelligence technology to conduct in-depth training on a large number of songs, and then build a database. Then, within a certain (...)
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    Research on the Application of Traditional Chinese Philosophical Thinking in Film and Television Music Composition.Guo Xiao Duo - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):220-237.
    The essential purpose of this research study is to measure the impact of the applications of traditional Chinese philosophical thinking in film and television music composition; for measuring, the research study used open-ended and closed-ended questions related to the variables. This research study depends upon primary data analysis for collecting data associated with traditional Chinese philosophical thinking and music composition. These data were collected from film industries, directors, and actors in musical department research conducted in China. For measuring, the research (...)
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    The Philosophical Concept and Expression of Tone in Black and White Portrait Photography.Jing Hou & Surng Gahb Jahng - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):238-258.
    In the field of modern photography, aesthetic recreations to varying degrees through the content of the images presented by photography, while forming a certain degree of philosophical aesthetic awareness, can awaken people's emotions and philosophical cognition. As a modeling language, the tone in photography is crucial in embodying the contrasting relationship between light and shade, virtual reality, and the different levels of black and white in black and white portrait photography. It is the most basic factor that constitutes a character's (...)
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    The Application of Religious Elements in Western Culture in the Creation of Dance Drama.Yang Jiawei - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):88-103.
    Dance is an art of human movements, and it is an art form that takes refined, organized and artistically processed human movements as the main means of expression, expresses people's thoughts and feelings, and reflects social life. Humans not only transfer knowledge by means of dance, but also communicate with heaven and earth and soothe the soul by means of dance. Dance drama, an art form, is more and more popular among the masses. With the development of the times and (...)
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    A Trans-cultural diffusion study of the influence of ancient Chinese cultural classics on European religious philosophy.Zhaoqiong Liu - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):297-313.
    The collision of culture and culture is bound to affect each other. This paper discusses the influence of ancient Chinese cultural classics on European religious philosophy from the perspective of cross-cultural communication, and expounds how China has influenced western religious philosophy through the exchange history of The Two Cultures and the views of modern and contemporary scholars, as well as the views of modern and contemporary western scholars on Chinese ancient cultural classics. Cross cultural communication is not only an artificially (...)
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    Philosophical Perspective of Islam in Javanese Culture: A Study of Fossil Rocks of Apak 'beringin'. Teguh - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):71-87.
    This study investigated the perspective of Javanese Islamic philosophy on the Apak 'Beringin' rock fossil and its impact on the level of spirituality and community behavior, using a qualitative descriptive method with a phenomenological approach. Data analysis techniques were carried out using observation, interviews, and literature studies focusing on textual and contextual interpretations of the 'Beringin' Apak Fossil Rock. The main data sources came from the book of philosophy otak-athik gathuk (Javanese Islamic philosophical thought) by Damardjati Supadjar and the book (...)
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    A Cultural Schemas: A Study on the Practice of Funeral and Marriage Rites of the Vietnamese Catholic Community.Ly Thi Phuong Tran & Dat Tran Tuan Nguyen - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):176-219.
    As a model for processing information about people's perceptions to understand the complex world and society in which they live, the cultural schema serves as a key concept in Cultural Linguistics when directing to the perception and processing of information about people, and social groups, and events. Cultural schema theory is valuable in deciphering culturally structured concepts, covering the entire range of human experience expressed in many fields such as education, belief, religion, etc. Through the practice of sacred rituals, each (...)
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    Theoretical Perspectives of the View of Human in the Confucian Philosophy in Pre Qin Dynasty.Vo Van Dung & Luu Mai Hoa - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):31-52.
    The view of human in Confucian philosophy in Pre Qin Dynasty arose not only from the change in socio-economic conditions but also from the deterioration of social morality. Facing that situation, thipkers of this period began to study human to come up with solutions to help the rulers stabilize society. Despite the presence of past studies on the topicand views on people in Confucian philosophy during the Pre Qin period, there (xists gaps for further research. This study attempted to understand (...)
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    Theoretical Study of Western Wind Instruments in the Philosophical Perspective.Chenyu Wang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):330-346.
    This article discusses the theory of Western wind instruments from a philosophical perspective, aiming to explore the theory of Western wind instruments. It uses the humanistic values and essential motivations in Western wind instruments to explain the significance and daily life of Western wind instruments, and exposes the cultural essence of Western wind instruments. So from a philosophical perspective, we can see the diverse presentation methods of Western wind instruments, presenting their unique beauty in timbre. The artistic and spiritual beauty (...)
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    Analysis of the Different Influences of Chinese and Western Religions on Law.Li-Yuan Wang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):53-70.
    Man has to face the unknown future anytime and anywhere. For this reason, he needs to believe in the truth beyond himself. Otherwise, society will decline, decay, and never come back. Similarly, human beings are always faced with social conflicts everywhere. For this reason, he needs a legal system. Otherwise, society will disintegrate and fall apart. However, from the constitutional text, there is no uniform title and standard definition of freedom of religious belief in all countries. Countries in the west (...)
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    A Study of Myth and Religious Colors in British and American Literature.Wei Wang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):15-30.
    Literature from the United Kingdom and the United States represents the cultural expression of those peoples' lived experiences. Reading British and American literature may also aid in our understanding of the values, worldview, and ideological underpinnings of western civilization. Therefore, this thesis examines the mythological and religious themes in British and American literature using literary works from both countries. Greek Myth is the source and soil of ancient Greek literature. Ancient Greek and Roman literature is a rich treasure for later (...)
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    Analysis on the Philosophical Basis of the Integration of National Elements in Modern Music Composition.Huiling Wei, Wei Wei, Benkang Xie, Yannan Zhu, Xingzhi Guan, Guojian Chu & Yang Shen - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):409-427.
    The essence of Marxist philosophy is a philosophical criticism of society, and its development is driven by its philosophical criticism of social phenomena. Examining and criticizing music from a philosophical perspective can provide us with a brand new theoretical framework for music philosophy, exploring and applying new philosophical theories to analyze the fusion of ethnic elements in modern music composition, thereby expanding the philosophical field of music. This paper first introduces the concept and development of Marx's philosophy and philosophical view (...)
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    A Comparative Study of the Philosophy of Chinese and Western Music History From the Perspective of Art Philosophy.Wei Wei, Mingxiao Liu, Yannan Zhu, Benkang Xie, Yang Shen & Guojian Chu - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):374-391.
    Art and philosophy are the two major elements of the human world. The existence of art and philosophy can expand the spiritual world of human beings to a greater extent and enrich their spiritual life, thus supporting the construction of the material world. And music, as an aural art, has also been given a philosophical meaning in the evolution of history because of its birth and development. Therefore, when studying music, one should first study the history of music. The philosophy (...)
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    Analysis of Religious Elements in Western Pop Music Education.Jin Yan - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):123-138.
    After a thousand years of feudal middle ages, the west entered a new era, namely the Renaissance, from the 14th century. With the influence of humanism on the cultural field, people's individuality consciousness has been released. Western pop music is a western art form with profound connotation and eternal value. In recent years, many scholars and music educators have carried out a series of research and popularization of western pop music. Through scientific methods, the students' ability to control pop music (...)
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    Reexamining the Methodology of Da'wah Utilised by Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) Within the Context of Social Media: A Contemporary Perspective.Hafsa Zahid & Dr Sayyid Buhar Musal Kassim - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):347-373.
    The objective of this study is to examine the contemporary approaches to Da'wah methodology in Malaysia. This study undertook an examination of the impact of social media platforms on conversion rates within the context of the Da'wah methodology. The use of a quantitative approach is implemented through the application of a cross-sectional research design. A questionnaire survey was devised to gather data from Islamic scholars residing in Malaysia. Questionnaires were disseminated to Islamic scholars using social media platforms. A total of (...)
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    Relationship Between Philosophical Speculation and Religious Belief in Early Middle Ages.Tianpeng Zhang - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (2):392-408.
    Religion and philosophy as two mutually exclusive domains experienced a paradigm shift during the Middle Ages. Philosophy became a vehicle of religion through which both Islamic and Christian thinkers developed a rational understanding of faith to develop new philosophical ideas. Using the systematic literature review methodology, with rigorous inclusion and exclusion criteria, this study analyzed several research articles with the use of keywords in reliable databases like ERIC and Google Scholar. The investigation of the relationships between philosophical speculation and religious (...)
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    Religious Rehabilitation Program to Change Individual Behaviors of Indonesian Prisoners. Aris - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):314-335.
    The lack of clarity of religious values in rehabilitation program conducted for prisoners in jails has been the cause of a failure of the rehabilitation process of prisoners. This research aims to examine the implementation of the prisoner rehabilitation program and offer relevant components of humanist values for rehabilitation in prisons. The research method used a naturalistic qualitative approach and an analytical descriptive data analysis technique, and revealed in detail the prisoner rehabilitation program through the developing of religious values for (...)
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    Scientific Tolerance in Light of the Sunnah and its Applications Across Civilizations.Dr Prof Abdel Aziz Shaker Hamdan Al Kubaisi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):34-55.
    This study examined scientific tolerance as a human way to life in the context of Sunnah, a much debatable topic among critics and scholars. The study also highlighted prophetic visions in the application of scientific tolerance. Using a normative descriptive approach in this qualitative research, the data was collected from library archives and Islamic data sources. This approach enabled to raise questions about the nature of scientific tolerance in the light of Sunnah, prophetic mechanisms used to establish the scientific tolerance, (...)
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    The Authenticity of the Quran: Theological Views on the Tahrif Among Sunni and Shia Scholars.Faisol Nasar Bin Madi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):144-159.
    The dispute between Sunni and Shia does not only revolve around the problems of theological leadership, ways of worship, but also points to the authenticity of the Quran. Among the Sunnis, the authenticity of the Quran has been conserved since the revelation times. As for the Shiites, some scholars of this school state that there has been a distortion (tahrif) of the Quran. They also allege that several verses and chapters in the Quran have been changed even they were deleted, (...)
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    Iraqi Constitution: Advancing the Dialogue of Religious Freedom.Ghaleb Yassin Farhan Matalak, Mohammed Abdulkreem Salim, Mohamed Hameed, Wissam Mohammed Hassan Algaragolle, Saad Ghazi Talib, Yusra Mohammed Ali, Emad Mohamed Saleh, Mohammed Suleiman & Sabri Kareem Sabri - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):425-440.
    The Iraqi constitution of 2005 grants freedom of religious thought, belief and practice for all religions. This study was also based on the premise that the constitutional rights are not adhered to in Iraq, even by government officials, which could be due to the absence of suitable legislations subsequent to the framing of the constitutional provisions. An analytical and descriptive research design was adopted for this study. Data was collected from primary and secondary sources through documentation research and evaluation of (...)
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    Islamization of Science or Scientification of Islam? Bridging the Dichotomy of Science. Miftahuddin - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):105-130.
    There is a big controversy and debate over how to reconcile science and Islam without much results as two have quite different perspectives. The dispute is not only how science and religion should be positioned in relation to one another, but in adopting one of the two paradigms: One, Islamization of science, which questions whether religion is superior to science and that science must be subjected to religion or integrated in Islam; two, Scientification of Islam, the other paradigm which perceives (...)
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    Demystifying the Islamic Thought Reconciliation Model of Mullah sadra's Transcendent Theosophy.Fathul Mufid & Subaidi - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):205-231.
    Purpose: Transcendent theosophy or as known as Al-hikmah al-Muta’aliyah is the third school of Islamic philosophy founded by Mulla Sadra, and is the result of reconciliation of previous Islamic thoughts. This school is based on three main principles, namely: intellectual-intuition, rational proof, and Islamic sharia. The purpose of this paper was to uncover the reconciliation model of transcendent theosophy in reconciling various schools of Islamic thoughts, namely: traditional normative thought of Islamic sharia (Al-Qur’an and Sunnah), classical tradition of dialectical theology (...)
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    Moderate Islam to Reduce Conflict and Mediate Peace in the Middle East: A Case of Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah.Kasmuri Selamat - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):280-300.
    Nahdhatul Ulama (NU) and Muhammadiyah are two moderate Islamic organizations in Indonesia which operate in the area of preaching amar ma’ruf nahi munkar, and enlightenment tajdid, sourced from the Al-Quran and Sunnah. Besides being known as a religious organization, NU and Muhammadiyah are also known as organizations that play an active role in the humanitarian field. The study is based on the premise that religious discourse as a resolution can come in various forms and strategies, even by involving actors from (...)
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    Practicing Values of Philosophical Sufism in the Pencak Silat of Brotherhood Faithful Heart of Terate.Muhammad Sutoyo - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):1-18.
    Purpose: Pencak silat has been a part of Indonesia's cultural heritage imparting lessons in Islamic morality, in addition to self-defense, cultural arts, sports, and mental and spiritual training. Members are trained in these skills along with Islamic religious lessons and the Sufi philosophy. Previous studies have however shown a grey side of pencak silat, which involved violence with other groups, and not the Sufi and the spiritual teachings. The current study, therefore, aimed to examine the Sufism in PSHT’s pencak silat (...)
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    The Christian Doctrine of the Trinity: Interpretations by Muslim Scholars.Dr Eqab Dyab Yasin Tarwneh - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 15 (1):69-89.
    The aim of this study was to highlight the analysis and the interpretations of the Muslim scholars over the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, emphasizing the relationship between the Christianity and Islam over this concept. The study adopted a comparative and phenomenological approach to study the doctrine of Trinity as it required a comparison of the Christian ideology with the Islamic. The use of the inductive method further helped n collecting and examining scientific material from its sources and analyzing them (...)
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    Review of: Bryan Frances. An Agnostic Defends God: How Science and Philosophy Support Agnosticism. [REVIEW]Yuval Avnur - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):318-324.
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    Analytic Hasidism.Paul Franks - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):325-346.
    Sam Lebens has written a richly inventive and thought-provoking book that contributes greatly to philosophy of religion and to contemporary Jewish philosophy. While there is much that merits response, I will focus here on one central theme of the book: the doctrine, dubbed (Extreme) Hasidic Idealism by Lebens, that we exist only in God’s imagination — accordingly that we are nothing but divine ideas. I will also argue that the book exceeds its self-presentation as a work in the “analytic style” (...)
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    Whistling In The Library Of Babel.Jaco Gericke - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):347-364.
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    Review of: Todd, Patrick. The Open Future: Why Future Contingents are All False. [REVIEW]Elijah Hess - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):298-301.
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    Response to Critics.Samuel Lebens - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):377-396.
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    Review of: Adams, Robert Merrihew, What It Is, and What It Is in Itself: A Systematic Ontology. [REVIEW]Tien-Chun Lo - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):309-313.
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    Review of: Frederick D. Aquino and Paul L. Gavrilyuk, eds., Perceiving Things Divine: Towards a Constructive Account of Spiritual Perception. [REVIEW]Daniel So - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):301-309.
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    Do Religious Jews have Faith in the Principles of Judaism.Nehama Verbin - 2023 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 14 (4):365-376.
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