RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE

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Religious Experience

Author : Wayne Proudfoot
ISBN : 0520908503
Genre : Religion
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How is religious experience to be identified, described, analyzed and explained? Is it independent of concepts, beliefs, and practices? How can we account for its authority? Under what conditions might a person identify his or her experience as religious? Wayne Proudfoot shows that concepts, beliefs, and linguistic practices are presupposed by the rules governing this identification of an experience as religious. Some of these characteristics can be understood by attending to the conditions of experience, among which are beliefs about how experience is to be explained.
Category: Religion

The Varieties Of Religious Experience

Author : William James
ISBN : UCAL:B3947882
Genre : Philosophy
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William James' series of lectures on religion as it is is apprehended by, and affect, the individual.
Category: Philosophy

The Varieties Of Religious Experience

Author : William James
ISBN : STANFORD:36105002108178
Genre : Conversation
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On t.p.: Being the Gifford lectures on natural religion delivered at Edinburgh in 1901-1902.
Category: Conversation

Religious Experience And The Modernist Novel

Author : Pericles Lewis
ISBN : 9780521856508
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Considers the development of modernism in the novel in relation to changing attitudes to religion.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Neuroscience Of Religious Experience

Author : Patrick McNamara
ISBN : 9781139483568
Genre : Psychology
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Technical advances in the life and medical sciences have revolutionised our understanding of the brain, while the emerging disciplines of social, cognitive, and affective neuroscience continue to reveal the connections of the higher cognitive functions and emotional states associated with religious experience to underlying brain states. At the same time, a host of developing theories in psychology and anthropology posit evolutionary explanations for the ubiquity and persistence of religious beliefs and the reports of religious experiences across human cultures, while gesturing toward physical bases for these behaviours. What is missing from this literature is a strong voice speaking to these behavioural and social scientists - as well as to the intellectually curious in the religious studies community - from the perspective of a brain scientist.
Category: Psychology

Sacrifice In Religious Experience

Author : Albert I. Baumgarten
ISBN : 9004124837
Genre : Religion
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The volume consists of collected papers from Taubes Minerva Center for Religious Anthropology conferences examining (1) the role of sacrifice in religious experience from a comparative perspective and (2) alternatives to sacrifice.
Category: Religion

Where God And Science Meet The Psychology Of Religious Experience

Author : Patrick McNamara
ISBN : 0275987914
Genre : Evolutionary psychology
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Experts discuss psychological aspects of and perspectives on religion, examining topics such as the relationship between religion and health, the relationship between religion and intolerance, schizophrenia and religion's evolution, hallucinogens, and dreaming.
Category: Evolutionary psychology

The Significance Of Religious Experience

Author : Howard Wettstein
ISBN : 9780199841363
Genre : Philosophy
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This book is collection of published and unpublished essays on the philosophy of religion by Howard Wettstein, who is a widely respected analytic philosopher. Over the past twenty years, Wettstein has attempted to reconcile his faith with his philosophy, and he brings his personal investment in this mission to the essays collected here. Influenced by the work of George Santayana, Wittgenstein, and A.J. Heschel, Wettstein grapples with central issues in the philosophy of religion such as the relationship of religious practice to religious belief, what is at stake in the debate between atheists and theists, and the place of doctrine in religion. His discussions draw from Jewish texts as well as Christianity, Islam, and classical philosophy. The challenge Wettstein undertakes throughout the volume is to maintain a philosophical naturalism while pursuing an encounter with God and traditional religion. In the Introduction to this volume, Wettstein elucidates the uniting themes among the collected essays.
Category: Philosophy

Music In American Religious Experience

Author : Philip Vilas Bohlman
ISBN : 019517304X
Genre : Music
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For students and scholars in American music and religious studies, as well as for church musicians, this book is the first to study the ways in which music shapes the distinctive presence of religion in the United States. The sixteen essayists' contributions to this book address the fullness of music's presence in American religion and religious history.
Category: Music