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Architecture aesthethics and religion responsibility sigurd bergmann ed abstract how can we understand the spirituality of space and place and what about the spatiality of the sacred what is the significance of built space for the experience and imaging of the god of the here and now the authors of this book offer many faceted sigurd bergmann is professor of religious studies theology ethics and philosophy of religion at the department of philosophy and religious studies norwegian university of science and technology trondheim and initiator and former chair of the european forum for the study of religion and the environmentthe christian symbol between representation and expression in tadao andos churches one of the most influential architects today the japanese autodidact tadao ando creates complex works of extreme simplicity that are rooted in and yet transcend their regionality1 many of the most recent monographs on contemporary sacred space include references to his oeuvre2 his four sigurd bergmann born 1956 in hannover is a german swedish theologian and scholar of religionhe is a professor at the department of philosophy and religious studies of the norwegian university of science and technology in trondheim and an alumni fellow of the rachel carson center for environment and society at the ludwig maximilian university in munichsigurd bergmanns previous studies have investigated the relationship between the image of god and the view of nature in late antiquity the methodology of contextual theology visual arts in the indigenous arctic and australia as well as visual arts architecture and religion and religion in climate change

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