The Varieties of Religious Experience: Centenary Essays
Imprint Academic, 2002 - Religion - 149 pages
William James published his classic work on the psychology of religion, "The Varieties of Religious Experience", in 1902. To mark the centenary, leading contemporary scholars reflect on changes in our understanding of the questions James addressed.
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