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Religion and cultural memory : ten studies / Jan Assmann ; translated by Rodney Livingstone.

By: Assmann, Jan.
Contributor(s): Livingstone, Rodney.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Cultural memory in the present. Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2006Description: x, 222 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0804745226 (cloth : alk. paper); 0804745234 (pbk. : alk. paper).Uniform titles: Religion und kulturelles Gedächtnis. English Subject(s): društveno sjećanje i religija | antropologija religije | antropologija društvenog sjećanja | religija i kulturaDDC classification: 306.6 Online resources: Sadržaj | Opis izdavača
Contents:
Introduction : what is 'cultural memory'? -- Invisible religion and cultural memory -- Monotheism, memory, and trauma : reflections on Freud's book on Moses -- Five stages on the road to the canon : tradition and written culture in ancient Israel and early Judaism -- Remembering in order to belong : writing, memory, and identity -- Cultural texts suspended between writing and speech -- Text and ritual : the meaning of the media for the history of religion -- Officium memoriae : ritual as the medium of thought -- A life in quotation : Thomas Mann and the phenomenology of cultural memory -- Egypt in Western memory.
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Introduction : what is 'cultural memory'? -- Invisible religion and cultural memory -- Monotheism, memory, and trauma : reflections on Freud's book on Moses -- Five stages on the road to the canon : tradition and written culture in ancient Israel and early Judaism -- Remembering in order to belong : writing, memory, and identity -- Cultural texts suspended between writing and speech -- Text and ritual : the meaning of the media for the history of religion -- Officium memoriae : ritual as the medium of thought -- A life in quotation : Thomas Mann and the phenomenology of cultural memory -- Egypt in Western memory.

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