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A Doctors Report On Dianetics
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A Doctor's Report on Dianetics
Language: un
Pages: 227
Authors: Joseph Augustus Winter
Categories: Dianetics
Type: BOOK - Published: 1951 - Publisher:
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Dianetics
Language: un
Pages: 227
Authors: Joseph Augustus Winter
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 1987 - Publisher: Crown Pub
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A Doctor's Report on Dianetics: Theory and Therapy. Introd. by Frederick Perls
Language: un
Pages: 227
Authors: Joseph A. Winter
Categories: Dianetics
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher:
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Das System Scientology
Language: de
Pages: 188
Authors: Bryan R. Wilson
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09-30 - Publisher: FORB.PRESS
In diesem Text, der im Jahre 1999 veröffentlicht wurde, analysiert Professor Bryan Ronald Wilson systematisch die religiösen Gebräuche und Grundsätze von Scientology und betrachtet sie im Vergleich zum Buddhismus, zum Hinduismus, zur Christian Science, zum Judaismus, sowie zu katholischen und protestantischen Formen des Christentums. Seine Analyse beruht auf seinen akademischen Studien, die er im Jahre 1968 durchführte, die auch Interviews mit Scientologen und Besuchen der Kirchen in England umfassten. Wie er erklärt, gab es im Laufe der Zeit und in verschiedenen Kulturen unterschiedliche Definitionen von Religion. Doch aufgrund der Theologie, Gebräuche und gemeinschaftlichen Strukturen der Scientology Kirche sagte er: „Mir wurde klar, dass Scientology eine bona fide Religion ist und dass sie als solche betrachtet werden sollte.“
Bibliographie der fremdsprachigen Zeitschriftenliteratur
Language: de
Pages:
Authors: Bryan R. Wilson
Categories: German periodicals
Type: BOOK - Published: 1951 - Publisher:
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Among the Scientologists
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Donald A. Westbrook
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-11-01 - Publisher: Oxford University Press
The Church of Scientology is one of the most recognizable American-born new religions, but perhaps the least understood. With academic and popular interest on the rise, many books have been written about Scientology and surely more will follow. Although academics have begun to pay more attention to Scientology, the subject has received remarkably little qualitative attention. Indeed, no work has systematically addressed such questions as: what do Scientologists themselves have to say about their religion's history, theology, and practices? How does Scientology act as a religion for them? What does "lived religion" look like for a Scientologist? This is not so much a book about the Church of Scientology, its leaders, or its controversies, as it is a compilation of narratives and histories based on the largely unheard or ignored perspectives of Scientologists themselves. Drawing on six years of interviews, fieldwork, and research conducted among members of the Church of Scientology, this groundbreaking work examines features of the new religion's history, theology, and praxis in ways that move discussion beyond apostate-driven and exposé accounts.
Analog Science Fact/science Fiction
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: John Wood Campbell (Jr.)
Categories: Science fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 1951-11 - Publisher:
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The New York Times Book Review Index, 1896-1970: Author index
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: John Wood Campbell (Jr.)
Categories: Books
Type: BOOK - Published: 1973 - Publisher:
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Fantastic Lives
Language: en
Pages: 215
Authors: Martin Harry Greenberg
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 1981 - Publisher:
Personal, often controversial, glimpses of the real world of sci­ence fiction by some of its most prominent citizens. The book presents a rare opportunity for the reader of sci­ence fiction to share in the creative process with nine highly original and creative writers: Philip José Farmer emphasizes his tripartite nature to bring us to the realization that “The human species is a web of flesh spun by some vast spider. The shaking of the web in a distant time and a distant place trembles us”; Harlan Ellison writes on perhaps his most controversial story, “I Have no Mouth, and I Must Scream”; R. A. Lafferty provides his unique version of the history and meaning of modern science fiction; Katharine MacLean takes us on a wondrous tour of her early life, sharing the impact of science fiction on the mind of a young girl; Barry N. Malzberg combines previously published writings and original material in a piquant discussion of his career; Mack Reynolds discusses his work, his social and politi­cal philosophy, and growing up as the son of radical parents; Norman Spinrad describes how commercial factors impinge upon publication decisions and his own experiences in the mar­ketplace; Margaret St. Clair relates
Im Gefängnis des Glaubens
Language: de
Pages: 624
Authors: Lawrence Wright
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-09-02 - Publisher: DVA
Die Sekte der Stars: Was Scientology so attraktiv und gefährlich macht Scientology ist eine der umstrittensten sogenannten neuen religiösen Bewegungen. In Deutschland wird die Organisation vom Verfassungsschutz beobachtet. Was aber macht Scientology immer wieder attraktiv für Menschen auch in Deutschland? Warum hat Scientology so große Anziehungskraft gerade auf Hollywood? In seinem neuen Buch begibt sich der Pulitzer-Preisträger Lawrence Wright (»Der Tod wird euch finden« über Al-Qaida) in das Herz von Scientology. Nach jahrelangen Recherchen im Umfeld der Organisation schildert er ihre Gründung durch den Science-Fiction-Autor L. Ron Hubbard, die bisweilen bizarr anmutenden Glaubensinhalte und die aggressiven Praktiken gegenüber Mitgliedern, Abtrünnigen und Kritikern. Seine Gespräche mit dem Filmregisseur und Ex-Mitglied Paul Haggis verschafften Wright tiefe Einblicke in die auffällig enge Beziehung gerade von Filmschaffenden – unter ihnen etwa Tom Cruise und John Travolta – zu Scientology.