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The Interweavement of the Global and the Western: The Threefold Return of Religion and Spirituality on the International Scene

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With these aspects, we have laid a primordial basis to map the present situation of religion. What we also have to observe, at least in precautionary manners, is that in times of the new trinity of re-globalization, post-postmodernity and meta-modernity, contradictions are often inbuilt in one and the same phenomenon.

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Benedikter, R. (2022). The Interweavement of the Global and the Western: The Threefold Return of Religion and Spirituality on the International Scene. In: Religion in the Age of Re-Globalization. Culture and Religion in International Relations. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-80857-0_7

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