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eBook Amerindian Rebirth: Reincarnation Belief Among North American Indians and Inuit ePub

by Antonia Mills,Richard Slobodin

  • ISBN: 080207703X
  • Category: World
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Antonia Mills,Richard Slobodin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 2nd ed. edition (July 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 410
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Until now few people have been aware of the prevalence of belief in some form of rebirth or reincarnation among North American native peoples.

Until now few people have been aware of the prevalence of belief in some form of rebirth or reincarnation among North American native peoples. This collection of essays by anthropologists and one psychiatrist examines this concept among native American societies.

Amerindian Rebirth opens with a foreword by Gananath Obeyesekere that contrasts North American and Hindu/Buddhist/Jain beliefs. The introduction gives an overview, and the first chapter summarizes the context, distribution, and variety of recorded belief. All the papers chronicle some aspect of rebirth belief in a number of different cultures. Essays cover such topics as seventeenth-century Huron eschatology, Winnebago ideology, varying forms of Inuit belief, and concepts of rebirth found among subarctic natives and Northwest Coast peoples. Canadian Anthropology Society.

Appendix: A Trait Index to North American Indian and Inuit Reincarnation Sources. JAMES G. MATLOCK and ANTONIA MILLS.

Published by: University of Toronto Press. Book Description: Amerindian Rebirth will further our understanding of concepts of self-identity, kinship, religion, cosmology, resiliency, and change among native North American peoples. eISBN: 978-1-4426-7076-1. Appendix: A Trait Index to North American Indian and Inuit Reincarnation Sources.

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Amerindian Rebirth : Reincarnation Belief among North American Indians and Inuit. This collection of essays by anthropologists and one psychiatrist examines this concept among native American societies, from near the time of contact until the present day. Amerindian Rebirth opens with a foreword by Gananath Obeyesekere that contrasts North American and Hindu/Buddhist/Jain beliefs.

The American Indians, or Amerindians, believe in the equality of human consciousness with the consciousness . Mills, Antonia Curtze. and Richard Slobodin. Amerindian Rebirth: Reincarnation Belief among North American Indians and Inuit. Toronto: U of Toronto, 1994.

The American Indians, or Amerindians, believe in the equality of human consciousness with the consciousness of other life forms. They observe ethics of humananimal interaction and conduct themselves so that beings whose lives they take choose to reincarnate again to give them selves for human survival. The conduct is based on respect for an equal life form and the goal is to grant the being release in the spirit realm and then to have it return to the physical realm.

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Until now few people have been aware of the prevalence of belief in some form of rebirth or reincarnation among North American native peoples. This collection of essays by anthropologists and one psychiatrist examines this concept among native American societies, from near the time of contact until the present day.

Amerindian Rebirth opens with a foreword by Gananath Obeyesekere that contrasts North American and Hindu/Buddhist/Jain beliefs. The introduction gives an overview, and the first chapter summarizes the context, distribution, and variety of recorded belief. All the papers chronicle some aspect of rebirth belief in a number of different cultures. Essays cover such topics as seventeenth-century Huron eschatology, Winnebago ideology, varying forms of Inuit belief, and concepts of rebirth found among subarctic natives and Northwest Coast peoples.

The closing chapters address the genesis and anthropological study of Amerindian reincarnation. In addition, the possibility of evidence for the actuality of rebirth is addressed. Amerindian Rebirth will further our understanding of concepts of self-identity, kinship, religion, cosmology, resiliency, and change among native North American peoples