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Publication Date

1972

Keywords

Religion and politics; Political development

Abstract

The author attempts to formulate a broad-gauge theory, the conceptual framework designed to discover the influence of religion upon the development of the political system and politics. By systematically examining both the social effects of religion and the place of religious institutions in society, the author seeks to determine whether religion is a causal factor of political development, thus supporting his thesis that there is a kind of dialectical relationship between religion and political development.

First Page

113

Last Page

116

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