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Author(s): Rebell, Walter | Bromiley, Geoffrey W.
1. Definition Psychology lies at the meeting point of the humane, social, and natural sciences, though with an increasing orientation to natural science. Phenomenological approaches to the world of the psyche (Phenomenology), which stem from the humanities branch of psychology, still call for notice and have indeed gained some new prominence in the form of humanistic psychology. In spite of its preeminent orientation, then, psychology is not a pure natural science, and it never will be. For this r…


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Author(s): Mohn, Jürgen | Mürmel, Heinz | Halm, Heinz | Fabry, Heinz-Josef | Avemarie, Friedrich | Et al.
[German Version] I. Religious Studies 1. General Suffering is a concept that needs to be approached constructively in comparative religious study as it takes fundamental negative human experiences to a comparative level. On this interpretive level, suffering is understood as one of the fundamental experiences of human life. What people experience as suffering depends on their particular interpretation of the world and hence on their religious system for interpreting the world. The point at which religi…