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" May not the godlessness usually but needlessly associated with the philosophy of immediate experience give way to a theism now seen to follow directly from that experience more widely taken? and may not rationalism, satisfied with seeing her a priori... "
A pluralistic universe: Hibbert lectures at Manchester College on the ... - Page 320
by William James - 1909 - 404 pages
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Theology and Human Problems: A Comparative Study of Absolute Idealism and ...

Eugene William Lyman - Religion - 1910 - 232 pages
...each other, or it may denote a universe that is almost completely unified. As Professor James says: "Let God but have the least infinitesimal other of...might strike hands in a lasting treaty of peace." 1 ' That is to say, such a view would be pluralistic too. Obviously Professor James has formed his...
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Visions of Jesus: Direct Encounters from the New Testament to Today

Phillip H. Wiebe - Religion - 1997 - 279 pages
...expressed the value of an empirical approach to theology a century ago, urging his fellow philosophers to "leave abstract thinness behind them, and seek together,...of what the divine consciousness concretely may be like."36 Traditional monotheism does not exhibit sufficient empirical openness to explain Christic...
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The Cambridge Companion to William James

Ruth Anna Putnam - Philosophy - 1997 - 406 pages
...of our experiences of the world, good and bad, and to satisfy our conceptual (logical) consciences. "Let God but have the least infinitesimal other of any kind beside him," he writes, "and empiricism and rationalism [spiritualistic philosophy) might strike hands in a lasting...
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Visions of Jesus : Direct Encounters from the New Testament to Today: Direct ...

Phillip H. Wiebe Professor of Philosophy and Assistant Dean of Arts and Religious Studies Trinity Western University - Religion - 1997 - 288 pages
...expressed the value of an empirical approach to theology a century ago, urging his fellow philosophers to "leave abstract thinness behind them, and seek together,...the divine consciousness concretely may be like." 36 Traditional monotheism does not exhibit sufficient empirical openness to explain Christic apparitions...
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William James and the Metaphysics of Experience

David C. Lamberth - Religion - 1999 - 256 pages
...to continue to make sense of our varied sentiments of rationality and our own, concrete experiences. "Let God but have the least infinitesimal other of any kind beside him," James writes, "and empiricism and rationalism might strike hands in a lasting treaty of peace.'"76...
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The Varieties of Religious Experience: Centenary Essays

Michel Ferrari - Religion - 2002 - 149 pages
...data which, when sifted through and assessed, could enable a 'philosophy of immediate experience . . . using all the analogies and data within reach, to...what the divine consciousness concretely may be like' (James, 1909/1977, p. 141). James is convinced that it is possible to study human religious life in...
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James and Dewey on Belief and Experience

William James, John Dewey, John M. Capps, Donald Capps - Philosophy - 2005 - 290 pages
...analogical and inductive grounds, the absolute is entitled to a patient hearing. . . . Conclusions . . . Why cannot "experience" and "reason" meet on this...what the divine consciousness concretely may be like. . . . . . . Let empiricism once become associated with religion, as hitherto, through some strange...
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