RL 370 - Comparative Religion: Tracing the Path of the Spanish Soul

The objective of this course is to undertake a historical and phenomenological study of religions and human religiosity, covering the Upper Paleolithic period to current Universalist religions and other contemporary religious movements. In this course we will focus on the development of religion in Europe and especially in Spain. For this analysis we will use the comparative method, applying it to the field of history and the phenomenology of religions.

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