Evil and Its Symbols
An investigation of the symbolism of opposites, for example, sacred and profane, God and the devil, feminine and masculine, villain and hero, light and darkness. The use of symbols of evil is considered in contexts such as crusades, heresy trials, sexism, racism and scapegoating. The course utilizes these themes important to several religious traditions, to introduce basic concepts in religious studies.
|Waterloo Campus||RE104||T,R - 6:00 - 8:50 pm - Intersession 2012|
|Online Learning||RE104OC(1)||Online Course - Spring Term 2012|