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The Hutterian People e-book

Author:

Peter H. Stephenson

Language:

English

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Other

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Social Sciences

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

University Press of America; New ed. edition (December 29, 1990)

Pages:

282

ISBN:

0819179868

The Hutterian People e-book

by Peter H. Stephenson


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The Hutterian People book. This book is both an attempt to understand the role which ritual has. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Hutterian People: Ritual and Rebirth in the Evolution of Communal Life. by. Peter H. Stephenson.

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by Peter H. This book is both an attempt to understand the role which ritual has played for five centuries in the evolution of the Hutterian culture, and a refinement of our understanding of ritual itself

by Peter H. This book is both an attempt to understand the role which ritual has played for five centuries in the evolution of the Hutterian culture, and a refinement of our understanding of ritual itself. The first section of the book describes the history of the Hutterites as a wandering and persecuted people.

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This book is both an attempt to understand the role which ritual has played for five centuries in the evolution of the Hutterian culture, and a refinement of our understanding of ritual itself. The first section of the book describes the history of the Hutterites as a wandering and persecuted people. The symbols which emerge from the historical era link the first half and the second half of the work together. The second half of the book is an examination of the Hutterite expansion process of today (colony-fission) and the role which ritual plays in it. In the Epilogue the author analyzes the evolution of Hutterian culture as an example of the evolution of a self-simplifying system. Contents: The Birth and Rebirth of the Taufer; Communal Life and the Hutterites; Towards a Structural Analysis of Hutterite History and Symbols of Rebirth; Hutterite Life in North America; Growth and Colony Fission; Hutterian Ethos and Eidos; The Proximity of Belief: Space and the Symbolism of Antimaterialism.

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