Belhaj Abdessamad (compensates Maréchal Brigitte); Derroitte Henri; Maréchal Brigitte (coordinator);
In order to achieve these aims, the seminar will - address one or more thematic issues taken every year within the framework of a different religion (Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism) - identify, in that particular religion and in Christianity, the deeper structures and essential motives, in order to compare them and analyse what these two traditions may mean to each other - include periods of magisterial teaching, short papers by students, and team work.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||- understand the methods of comparative study, as well as the prerequisites of the historical, theological and socio-anthropological approachs.
- Approach a theme issue from one of the major traditions (Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism), in a comparative study with the Christianity, from a rigorous scientific approach and aware of its limits.
The seminar will be constituted by a part of Masterful teaching, Students presentations and collective works.
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