La muerte y su imaginario en la historia de las religiones

Universidad de Deusto

Desde que el hombre alcanzó la capacidad de reflexionar sobre sí mismo, no existe cultura ni período histórico en el que la muerte no haya sido fuente de reflexión o inspiración. Una muerte irremediable y un destino tras ella desconocido han propiciado que a través de las distintas religiones el hombre haya descubierto o creado todo un rico imaginario del que se ha servido para esclarecer el sentido tanto de la vida como de la muerte.
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Publisher
Universidad de Deusto
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Published on
Jun 15, 2008
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Pages
506
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ISBN
9788498306927
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Language
Spanish
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Genres
Social Science / Death & Dying
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