Heaven's Champion: William James's Philosophy of Religion
This text, by the author of The Pragmatic Philosophy of William James, provides a critical analysis of James's philosopy of religion. It examines and extends his insights and arguments, exhibiting their depth and contemporary relevance.
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The Challenge to Religion
The Cognitive Value of Feelings
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A. J. Ayer appears Bertrand Russell Cambridge chapter context criteria deeper discussion divine reality empirical confirmation ence epistemic Essays ethical example experience of communion fact fully genuine God's existence human hypothesis Ibid ideal intellectual interesting interpretation James argues James believes James claims James holds James offers James thinks James's conception James's philosophy James's position James's pragmatic James's religious James's view justification of religious knowledge Lecture logical meaning metaphysical mind Nakhnikian nature one's philosophy of religion possible PPWJ pragmatic pragmatic justification prayer principle of parsimony propositional knowledge propositions psychological question Ralph Barton Perry rational realist reason regard reject reli religious belief religious claims religious experience religious feelings Russell scientific rationalist sense Sidney Hook significant spiritual subconscious suggest Theism theory tion truth of religious understand University Press Varieties W. K. Clifford W. V. O. Quine William James York