This is a comprehensive summary of Religious Experiences, tailored to the OCR H573 course. It includes the theories of William James, many case studies and fully evaluated secular and psychodynamic explanations, written in textbook form.
The 8-page document explores how religious experiences are classified, their roles in the Bible and across history, the nature of subjective experiences, arguments from Swinburne and multiple responses to the validity of Religious Experiences, including logical, physiological, psychodynamic and as mass hysteria.
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This is an excellent resource, very thorough and detailed. My students found it accessible and a great source of revision for their timed essays.<br /> Thank you!
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