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Swatos, Jr. V. 2011 23 24 E. Pace What in the language of social sciences in the West is conventionally termed religion is in fact simply the name we give to differentiated, complex systems of belief concerned with the sacred. Systems of belief are constantly defining the confines of the sacred, and it is through this work that they accumulate specialized knowledge and various forms of power (ranging from control of the individual’s conscience to the direct or indirect management of political power).
Social Compass 46: 191–202. Wuthnow, R. 2001. Creative spirituality: The way of the artist. Berkeley: University of California Press. Chapter 3 Religious Pilgrimage, Pilgrimage Spirituality and Everyday Life William H. Swatos, Jr. For all intents and purposes some form or other of pilgrimage activity takes place in all world religions today and has taken place in most religions for at least the last 2,000 years. The possible exception would be Confucianism, but one might similarly question whether there is any pure Confucian practice in the present era and similarly could point to the syncretism that has characterized Chinese folk practice in the past.
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