Map is not Territory: Studies in the History of Religions
In Map Is Not Territory, Jonathan Z. Smith engages previous interpretations of religious texts from late antiquity, critically evaluates the notion of sacred space and time as it is represented in the works of Mircea Eliade, and tackles important problems of methodology.
Specifications of Map is not Territory: Studies in the History of Religions
|Author||Jonathan Z. Smith|
|Publisher||University Of Chicago Press|
|Number Of Pages||352|
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