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Zentrale Aspekte, Elemente und Ausdrucksformen von Spiritualität

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Zusammenfassung

Spiritualität – ein Phänomen, das Menschen überall auf der Welt bewegt, ein Begriff für ein Basiselement menschlichen Seins, welches sich über unsere tiefsten Sehnsüchte nach einer Existenz jenseits des (Be‐)Greifbaren, nach einer tiefen Verbundenheit und Sinn ausdrückt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universität HamburgHamburgDeutschland

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