Explore the academic study of religion, surveying the interpretation of myth, history, and fiction to distinguish how concepts such as truth, fact, belief, and knowledge are used in varying contexts in Introduction to Religion and Culture.
Religions are features of the modern pluralistic world. The study of religion at Kent—which follows the American Academy of Religion's guidelines honoring objectivity in method—builds empathy and increases cultural awareness.
Establish a dialogue between the discourse of science and the questions and concerns of religion in Psychology and Religion.
Survey different cultural, religious, and scientific attitudes toward dreams and dreaming in Dreams.
Explore the concept and definition of religion and learn what makes studying religion unique in World Religions.
Explore the major philosophies that have shaped western thought—those of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Hobbes, Locke, Hume, Rousseau, Kant, Mill, and others—in Philosophy.
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