Noun(1) the doctrine that all natural objects and the universe itself have souls
(1) One note of dissent came from a group of radical students at the Muslim university who wanted to ├ö├ç├┐clean up├ö├ç├û the town's traditional tolerance of animism and other faiths.(2) beneath the veneer of Hindu religion, ancient animism runs strong(3) Many different strands are woven together: elements of Christian iconography, a kind of coastal animism , surreal touches, a subdued eroticism.(4) Why did that other poster think that Monotheism, pantheism and animism are exclusive to each other?(5) And even though nowhere in Buddhist scripture is there any mention of any kind of ghosts or animism , a strong belief in magic still remains.(6) In a culture where witch trials occur and animism is alive and well, the Catholic Church nevertheless plays a major role in East Timorese society.(7) Discarding animism is the first principle of science, which Monod calls the principle of objectivity.(8) The Tukulor, one of Senegal's seven main ethnic groups, converted to Islam in the 11th century, but animism remained widespread until the middle of the 19th century.(9) Scientists eventually must deal with animism , it's now too important to be left to clerics and barristers.(10) Some, such as the Dais in Yunnan and the Zhuangs in the southwest, practice animism .(11) Other faiths include Roman Catholicism, Islam, animism , and Mahayana Buddhism - the type of Buddhism found most often in northern Asia.(12) The nineteenth century notions of the evolution of religion from primitive animism to polytheism to monotheism have been falsified in tribe after tribe all over the world.(13) There's also a sense of animism , wherein a particular tree beside a stream might constitute a sacred place.(14) Shamanism is the ancient religion of animism and nature-spirit worship and its origins in Korea are lost in antiquity.(15) The expressive power of these works is dramatically amplified when considered in the context of their natural setting, and gives a face to the palpable, yet otherwise abstract animism that pervades the woods near his home.(16) In more recent years, immigrants from Vietnam and Laos have brought folk religions such as animism into some U.S. communities.
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