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    Ethical Leadership, Religion and Personal Development in the Context of Global Crisis.Sandu Frunza - 2017 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 16 (46):3-16.
    Ethical leadership is the best response in the crisis state of postmodern man. Ethical leadership is a construct that leads to personal transfiguration, organizational effectiveness, improved interpersonal communication, and the achievement of a joint platform for professional action. Its development has also a beneficial effect as it brings ethics back to the core of public action, to the front line of organizational life and personal development. Whether it follows a religious model or a model resulting from laicized religious values, leadership (...)
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  2. Towards an Antropology of Communion.Iulia Medveschi & Nicolai Gori - 2017 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 16 (46):77-81.
    Review of Sandu Frunză, O antropologie mistică. Introducere în gîndirea Părintelui Stăniloae. București: Eikon, 2016. 176 pag.
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  3. Religion, Liturgy and Ethics, at the Intersection Between Theory and Practice. The Revolution of Pope Francis.Nóda Mózes - 2017 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 16 (46):17-33.
    The role of religion in the public space is a matter of debate. The public sphere understood as a space oriented to achieving interests of common concern, reaching social and political consensus by means of deliberation has relegated religion to the private sphere. The last decades have attested a revival of the public role of religion, a “de-privatization” of religion. This paper explores the contemporary influence of religious beliefs and liturgical practice on issues of public concern focusing on the statements (...)
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  4. Religious Pluralism: A Habermasian Questioning and a Levinasian Addressing.Lars Rhodin & Xin Mao - 2017 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 16 (46):49-62.
    The task of this paper is to clarify the notion of pluralism and religious pluralism against the background of disputations on the globalized challenges of religious pluralism, for example the incompatibility between different conceptions of religious pluralism, especially from the lens of a possible conversation on religious pluralism between Jürgen Habermas and Emmanuel Levinas. With a detailed reading into the development of the conceptualization of religious pluralism in each author, addressing the questions such as what is genuine pluralism and on (...)
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  5. Creation and Salvation in Edward Schillebeeckx. Well-Being as More About Jesus’ Death and Less About Resurrection.Ramona Simuț - 2017 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 16 (46):34-48.
    This paper is not merely an attempt to come to terms with Edward Schillebeeckx’s theology and his philosophical mindset. Such attempts have already been made years back, when his ties with phenomenology, and also with postmodern hermeneutics and culture were pivotal for us in order to better understand his influence on mid-20th century Continental philosophy. This present study partially remains on those premises, but also brings Schillebeeckx’s thought closer to the 21st century, since nowadays concepts like salvation and resurrection tend (...)
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    Political Myths of the Populist Discourse.Mihnea S. Stoica - 2017 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 16 (46):63-76.
    Studies point out that populism, a concept still in dire need of clarifications, resembles more of a rhetorical strategy than a fully-fledged ideology. Actually, populism has become a concept so frequently used that its orginial meaning seems to have been lost, leaving it as an empty shell, at least from an ideological point of view. I argue that in spite of this – or rather as a means of compensation – populism uses a very robust mythological apparatus, creating narratives that (...)
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