|Title:||Journal for the Academic Study of Magic 2 (Issue 2)|
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|Category:||Occult and Paranormal|
|Publisher:||Mandrake (May 1, 2004)|
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Society for Academic Study of Magic – elist The Academic Study Magic e-list is back by popular demand. The list is now being managed and moderated by Amy Hale and myself, Dave Green. We felt that the list, despite its difficulties and personality clashes, was a valuable and exciting resource for academics and others interested in all forms of magical practice from any period of history, any geographic area and any disciplinary background. html It might take a little time to recapture the old momentum of the list, but in the meantime we can start reacquainting ourselves so please feel free to post an introduction once you have joined and let’s see the academic.
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The Journal for the Academic Study of Magic (JSM) was the journal of the Society for the Academic Study of Magic (SASM), a multidisciplinary group formed in 2002 by Alison Butler and Dave Evans of the University of Bristol. The group was composed of scholars studying all aspects of magic and esotericism. Published annually by Mandrake of Oxford, JSM ran for five issues, from 2003 to 2008.
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Australian Association for the Study of Religion receive the Journal with annual membership. For details please see the subscriptions page. Recent Papers Kathryn Rountree Holy Sites, Archaeological Monuments and the Perennial Contest over Material Heritage (2. ) Douglas Pratt Reactive Co-Radicalization: Religious Extremism as Mutual Discontent (2. ) Steven J. Sutcliffe Hard Work: Locating Gurdjieff in the Study of Religion/s (2. ) Marianne Moyaert Inappropriate Behavior?
The term magic has a variety of meanings, and there is no agreed upon definition of what it is or how it can be used. Magic is one of the most heavily theorized concepts in the study of religion, the intellectualist approach to defining magic is associated with two prominent British anthropologists, Edward Tylor and James G. Frazer. This was an approach that viewed magic as being the theoretical opposite of science, in his 1871 book Primitive Culture, Tylor characterized magic as beliefs based on the error of mistaking ideal analogy for real analogy. Various academics have debated the definition of Western esotericism, with a number of different options proposed.