- Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences: 2012, Vol. 5, Issue 1
- Melnikova, Elena V.
- Contact information
- Melnikova, Elena V. : Ural Federal University , 51 Lenina str., Ekaterinburg, 620083 Russia , e-mail:
- Study of religion; philosophy; pragmatism; simulacrum; God; wisdom; tribe; mind; man; atheism; cynicism; ideology; false consciousness
The article expresses the idea that all religions embody a common trait: they possess definite schemes, samples and patterns of actions aimed at tribe preservation and reproduction, and keeping inherent affiliation to it. The author believes that in spite of all efforts to overthrow religion, it is perpetually returning exactly under mans need in the tribe preservation and reproduction. In view of this, it is easy to understand that any special attempt to establish religion made by the so-called political engineers, will lead to nothing but simulacra. Religion, in its turn, functions like a peculiar filter protecting tribes interests.
- Paper at repository of SibFU
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