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Recognition and Religion


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Introduction Maijastina Kahlos, Heikki J. Koskinen and Ritva Palmen Section I: Recognition: Novel Articulations 1 The Recognition of Religion in Public Spaces Simon Thompson 2 Mediated Recognition: Suggestions towards an Articulation Heikki J. Koskinen 3 Causes for Lack of Recognition: From the Secular to the Non-Secular Heikki Ikaheimo Section II: Historical Struggles for Recognition 4 Early Christians and the Transformation of Recognition Hartmut Leppin 5 Early Christians on Philosophy: A Religion Seeking Recognition in Greco-Roman Culture Niko Huttunen 6 Recognition through Persuasion: An Aspect of Late Antique Religious Controversy Maria del Mar Marcos Sanchez 7 Recognizing the Road: Graeco-Roman Appeals for Religious Diversity in the Late Roman Empire Maijastina Kahlos Section III: Medieval and Early Modern Intersections 8 Shame, Self-Evaluation and Recognition in the Middle Ages Ritva Palmen 9 Aquinas on Recognition Andrea Aldo Robiglio 10 Theological and Legal Arguments for the Non-Recognition and Recognition of the Rights of Infidels in Medieval Sources Virpi Makinen 11 Recognition and Masculinity: Luther on the Song of Songs Risto Saarinen Section IV: Roots of Recognition Theory 12 Spinoza, Religion and Recognition Ericka Tucker 13 Hegel's Actualist Metaphysics as a Framework for Understanding His Recognition-Theoretic Account of Christianity Paul Redding Section V: Limits of Recognition 14 On the Natural Basis and Ecological Limits of Recognition Arto Laitinen and Teea Kortetmaki 15 Justice, Friendship and Recognition: Reflections on Ancient and Late Ancient Debates Miira Tuominen

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Maijastina Kahlos is a senior researcher at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Heikki J. Koskinen is a senior researcher at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Ritva Palmen is a postdoctoral researcher at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki, Finland.

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