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“Religions and Social Construction – Legal Prohibitions and Restrictions on Food and other items in Christianity, Judaism of late antiquity and Buddhism”

Date: 2019/02/23 13:30-15:30
Place: Divinity Hall, Shingaku-kan Imadegawa Campus
Lecture: Prof.Moriyoshi MURAYAMA (School of Theology, Doshisha University)
Assoc Prof.Etsuko KATSUMATA (School of Theology, Doshisha University)
Prof. Shizuka SASAKI (Faculty of Letter, Hanazono University)
Summary:
The main concept is how those prohibitions and restrictions construct a social community. How does it give them a special identity, what are the values those are pointed out/ emphasized, and that create a community.
Are these prohibitions/restrictions imposed on the group or offered to them as values in relation to special beliefs in the benefit that they will gain out of it. Etc.
*Admission Free, No Reservation Necessary.
*Lecture in Japanese