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SOURCE:   Manuscript. Tambov: Gramota, 2020. № 11. P. 185-188.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/mns200514

From "Everyday Life" to "Everyday Religion": "Lived Religion" Notion

Trubina Elena Germanovna, Saeed Saeed
Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin


Submitted: 18.09.2020.
Abstract. The research objectives are as follows: to reveal conceptual logic of scientific works on everyday religion and to identify importance of the "lived religion" notion for philosophy of religion and religious studies. Interrelation of everyday life and everyday religion is revealed. The authors propose a thesis that studying "lived religion" enriches understanding of religion making it possible to go beyond the framework of abstract theological and philosophical-religious conceptions, wherein lies scientific originality of the study. The research findings are as follows: the authors identify three aspects of interpreting everyday religion, which are associated with the "lived religion" concept.
Key words and phrases: религиозная повседневность, "живая религия", практики, системы смыслов и символов, официальное и неофициальное в функционировании религии, everyday religion, "lived religion", practices, system of meanings and symbols, the official and the non-official in religious practices.
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