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Religious Myths, Science And Society

Religious Myths, Science and Society

Marià Corbí

Myths and symbols are systems for programming pre-industrial and pre-cientific societies. They programme static societies that go on for a very long time in fundamentally the same way. Programming static societies means programming them for no change, to exclude change. This sort of programming is not possible unless it is believed that things, including the absolute itself, are as the myths and symbols say they are.

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When Research And Inner Path Become One

When research and inner path become one

Marià Corbí

Centre Unesco de Catalunya. On Mystics: A congress. Barcelona, June 2001
(Each participant was asked to introduce himself in connection to the subject, his personal stand point on spirituality).
I embarked on a study of humanity’s great religious traditions, from the perspective of the cultural conditions of the new situation. I started by studying the remoter cultural traditions, in order to avoid the interference of my own beliefs: Hinduism, Buddhism. As my research progressed I approached western religions, first Islam, then Judaism and finally the great Christian mystics. In this study my interest was centred in the depth of the message rather than questions of the doctrine or beliefs that were being expressed.

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A Revival Of Religions?

A revival of Religions?

Marià Corbí

Published in La Vanguardia, April 16th, 2006 Intervention by Marià Corbí in the discussion: A revival of religions? Translation by Susana Mate It is being said that religions have regained their appeal. Is it true that they are again fascinating people? In our societies we find simultaneously a clear, global and explicit rejection of religion by a wide majority of the population, and a growing interest in it. If we reflect on this contradictory attitude, we can observe two very…

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The Problem Of Human Quality In New Societies

The Problem Of Human Quality In New Societies

Marià Corbí

In new societies, where economic success is linked to scientific and technical innovation capacity, as much for goods as for services, and therefore to the ability to change organizing and axiological patterns, the fixed ways of thinking, judging, feeling, organizing or living, which are linked to either religious or secular (ideological) beliefs are no longer feasible. The fact is that • traditional religions find themselves in a serious cultural and social discredit; • classical ideologies, those belonging to the first…

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