CONCEPT OF RELIGION

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To understand the concept of Religion given by Karl Marx and Max Weber and also is to draw the convergences and divergences between the views of Karl Marx and Max Weber on religion. The tools used in this study are with help of Secondary Sources.

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INDEXS.NO. CONTENTS1 AIMS & OBJECTIVES2 INTRODUCTION3 REVIEW OF LITERATURE4 COMPARISONS5 CONCLUSION6 BIBLIOGRAPHYAIMS & OBJECTIVES: To understand the concept of Religion given by Karl Marx and Max Weber and also is to draw the convergences and divergences between the views of Karl Marx and Max Weber on religion. The tools used in this study are with help of Secondary Sources. APPROACHES:The approach and methodology used in this project are comparative and historical. The Comparative method in Sociology generally refers to sociological analysis that involves comparison of social processes between nation states or across different types of society- Capitalist and Socialist.Historical method involves a continuous , unsystematic search for the information and knowledge about past events related to the life persons, a group, a society, or the world.INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF RELIGION: A religion is a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a supernatural agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.Aspects of religion include narrative, symbolism, beliefs, and practices that are supposed to give meaning to the practitioner's experiences of life. Whether the meaning centers on a deity or deities,

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