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Religion, Ritual, and Family

Religion, Ritual, and Family 13 – Dewey, Later Works, 5:104. 14 – Ibid., 2:250. 15 – John Dewey, The Middle Works of John Dewey (1899–1924), ed. Jo Ann Boydston (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, [1938] 2008), vol. 14, p. 31. 16 – Dewey, Lectures (2nd Release), vol. 1, p. 122. 17 – Dewey, Middle Works, 11:32. 18 – See my “Rosemont’s China: ‘All Things Swim and Glimmer’,” in Polishing the Chinese Mirror: Essays in Honor of Henry Rosemont, Jr.,ed. Ronnie Littlejohn and Marthe Chandler, ACPA Series of Chinese and Comparative Philosophy (New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2008). 19 – http://www.age-of-the-sage.org/transcendentalism/emerson/divinity_ school_address.html. 20 – Ibid. 21 – https://archive.vcu.edu/english/engweb/transcendentalism/authors/ emerson/essays/selfreliance.html. 22 – Ibid. Marthe Chandler Philosophy Department, DePauw University chandler@depauw.edu The Religious Impulse as a Homoversal Chapters 8, “On Religion and Ritual,” and 9, “The Religious Dimensions of Role-Bearing Family Lives,” of Against Individualism continue the discussion between Henry Rosemont and Huston Smith that began in Rationality and Religious Experience. The conversations concern the nature of religion, religious experience, and the object of that experience. Rosemont argues that there are certain “homoversals,” behaviors that cannot be entirely accounted for by physical or cultural environments. Language learning and facial recognition are homoversals, as is what Rosemont http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophy East and West University of Hawai'I Press

Religion, Ritual, and Family

Philosophy East and West , Volume 69 (1) – May 17, 2019

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13 – Dewey, Later Works, 5:104. 14 – Ibid., 2:250. 15 – John Dewey, The Middle Works of John Dewey (1899–1924), ed. Jo Ann Boydston (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, [1938] 2008), vol. 14, p. 31. 16 – Dewey, Lectures (2nd Release), vol. 1, p. 122. 17 – Dewey, Middle Works, 11:32. 18 – See my “Rosemont’s China: ‘All Things Swim and Glimmer’,” in Polishing the Chinese Mirror: Essays in Honor of Henry Rosemont, Jr.,ed. Ronnie Littlejohn and Marthe Chandler, ACPA Series of Chinese and Comparative Philosophy (New York: Global Scholarly Publications, 2008). 19 – http://www.age-of-the-sage.org/transcendentalism/emerson/divinity_ school_address.html. 20 – Ibid. 21 – https://archive.vcu.edu/english/engweb/transcendentalism/authors/ emerson/essays/selfreliance.html. 22 – Ibid. Marthe Chandler Philosophy Department, DePauw University chandler@depauw.edu The Religious Impulse as a Homoversal Chapters 8, “On Religion and Ritual,” and 9, “The Religious Dimensions of Role-Bearing Family Lives,” of Against Individualism continue the discussion between Henry Rosemont and Huston Smith that began in Rationality and Religious Experience. The conversations concern the nature of religion, religious experience, and the object of that experience. Rosemont argues that there are certain “homoversals,” behaviors that cannot be entirely accounted for by physical or cultural environments. Language learning and facial recognition are homoversals, as is what Rosemont

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