This discussion of the search for religious truth addresses a universal view of religion that can be termed ‘philosophical mysticism’ from a rational basis of experience.
Originally published in 1915, this is a classic of theological thinking that investigates the fundamental nature of religion and ‘perfect’ experience.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Routledge Library Editions: Philosophy of Religion|
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|File size:||353 KB|
Table of Contents
Part 1: Introductory 1. The Essential Nature of Religious Experience 2. Some Classical Definitions of Religion 3. Religion and the Evolutionary Process i 4. Religion and the Evolutionary Process ii Part 2: Perfect Experience 5. What is Perfect Experience i 6. What is Perfect Experience ii 7. Is there a Perfect Experience? i 8. Is there a Perfect Experience? ii 9. Can We Experience the Perfect? i 10. Can We Experience the Perfect? ii 11. Can We Experience the Perfect? iii 12. Can We Experience the Perfect? iv 13. Experiencing the Perfect