1 hr 29 min

The Role of Religion in History – Lecture 2: Indian Religion Policy@McCombs

    • Education

In the late 1980s, philosopher George Walsh gave this six-hour course on history’s most influential religions. With his characteristic erudition and humor, he covers so-called “primitive religion,” followed by Indian religion (Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism), Judaism and Christianity, and finally Islam.



Disclaimer: Please be aware the audio quality in this episode may not meet our usual standard due to damage to the age of source material before digitization.

In the late 1980s, philosopher George Walsh gave this six-hour course on history’s most influential religions. With his characteristic erudition and humor, he covers so-called “primitive religion,” followed by Indian religion (Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism), Judaism and Christianity, and finally Islam.



Disclaimer: Please be aware the audio quality in this episode may not meet our usual standard due to damage to the age of source material before digitization.

1 hr 29 min

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