Spirituality and the Secular Quest

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SPIRITUALITY
AND THE
SECULAR QUEST

Edited by
Peter H. Van Ness

A Crossroad Herder Book
The Crossroad Publishing Company
New York

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Table of contents

  • World Spirituality ii
  • Board of Editors and Advisors iii
  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface to the Series xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction: Spirituality and the Secular Quest 1
  • Notes 16
  • Part One - Periods and Movements 19
  • 1 - Sources in Ancient Greece and Rome 21
  • Notes 49
  • Bibliography 51
  • 2 - Sources Outside of Europe 53
  • Notes 68
  • Bibliography 70
  • 3 - The European Enlightenment 73
  • Notes 98
  • Bibliography 100
  • 4 - The American Experience 102
  • Notes 124
  • Bibliography 126
  • 5 - The Emergence of Historical Consciousness 127
  • Notes 153
  • Bibliography 156
  • 6 - The Flowering of the Romantic Spirit 157
  • Notes 181
  • Bibliography 184
  • 7 - Deconstructionist Aestheticism 185
  • Notes 200
  • Bibliography 201
  • 8 - New Age Spirituality 203
  • Notes 220
  • Bibliography 221
  • Part Two - Themes and Practices 223
  • 9 - Holistic Health Practices 225
  • Notes 247
  • Bibliography 249
  • 10 - Psychotherapies 251
  • Notes 274
  • Bibliography 276
  • 11 - Twelve Step Programs 277
  • Notes 299
  • Bibliography 302
  • 12 - Feminist Spirituality 303
  • Notes 331
  • Bibliography 333
  • 13 - Gay Spirituality 335
  • Notes 353
  • Bibliography 355
  • 14 - Social Justice Struggle 356
  • Notes 381
  • Bibliography 383
  • 15 - Scientific Inquiry 385
  • Notes 411
  • Bibliography 412
  • 16 - Naturalistic Recreations 414
  • Notes 441
  • Bibliography 443
  • 17 - Ecological Activism 445
  • Notes 459
  • Bibliography 461
  • 18 - Arts 463
  • Notes 493
  • Bibliography 496
  • 19 - Sports 498
  • Notes 517
  • Bibliography 518
  • 20 - Games 520
  • Notes 540
  • Bibliography 543
  • Contributors 545
  • Indexes 547
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