Religion of Space and Time

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Man's description of the world is categorical. It has to do with sensory perception and cognitive responses to those senses. Belief is dialectically opposed to this concept. Belief is intangible, inaudible and to a great extent imaginative. So why is it such a driving force in the world? What makes us (as a civilization) so much in need of something that has been created by our own devices?


Keywords: Religion, Science
Stream: Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural Studies, Humanities
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
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Prof. Kenneth Kuzmich

Assistant Professor of Humanities, Department of Humanities, Mitchell College
New London, Connecticut, USA

Prof. Kuzmich has taught at a number of colleges and universities in New England. He is presently an Assistant Professor of Humanities at Mitchell College in New London, Ct. He is creating a religious studies concentration as well as an International Studies Program at Mitchell. He is a guest lecturer at various religious organizations, is broadcasted on radio and has written religious commentary for newspapers.

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