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Review: The Varieties of Religious Experience (Bedford Series in History & Culture)

User Review  - Aneece - Goodreads

Better writer than his brother? Better shrink than Frued? Better philosopher than Hegel? The answer to all these questions is "no". But doesn't it blow your mind that I could even ask such questions, man? Read full review

Review: The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature (Bedford Series in History & Culture)

User Review  - John E. Branch Jr. - Goodreads

Read this sometime in the 70s or 80s. The chapter on conversion experiences was particularly revealing; I had been aware of some examples but had never thought to regard the process as an entire ... Read full review

Review: The Varieties of Religious Experience (Bedford Series in History & Culture)

User Review  - Coyle - Goodreads

Written from the perspective of a "supernaturalist" -that is, someone who believes in some kind of ideal or transcendent reality beyond nature- but not specifically associated with any religion or ... Read full review

Review: The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature (Bedford Series in History & Culture)

User Review  - Kate - Goodreads

A landmark book in phenomenology, James focused on how people experience the numinous. Definitely not theological, he approaches religion from the discipline of psychology. Don't lose the significance ... Read full review


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