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The Experience of Divine Guidance: A Qualitative Study of the Human Endeavor ... - Page 26
by Mark Allan Kaplan - 2007 - 477 pages
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The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature; Being the ...

William James - Conversion - 1902 - 534 pages
...conclusion something like this: It is as if there were in the human consciousness a sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what...general than any of the special and particular ' senses ' by which the current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed. If this were...
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The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature; Being the ...

William James - Conversation - 1902 - 526 pages
...conclusion something like this :( It is as if there were in the human consciousness a sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what we may call ' something there,1 more deep and more general than any of the special and particular ' senses ' by which the current...
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Rudolf Eucken and the Spiritual Life

Margaret Mary MacSwiney - 1915 - 167 pages
...conclusion something like this : It is as if there were in the human consciousness a sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what...general than any of the special and particular 'senses' by which the current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed. ... So far as...
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The Experience of God in Modern Life

Eugene William Lyman - Christian ethics - 1918 - 154 pages
...peculiar degree. "It is," he writes, "as if there were in the human consciousness a sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what...general than any of the special and particular 'senses' by which the current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed. If this were...
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System, Structure, and Experience: Toward a Scientific Theory of Mind

Ervin Laszlo - Psychology - 1969 - 112 pages
...there were in the human consciousness a sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a pereeption of what we may call "something there" more deep and...general than any of the special and particular "senses" by which current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed.'1 This phenomenon...
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Pluralism and Personality: William James and Some Contemporary Cultures of ...

Don S. Browning - Psychology - 1980 - 280 pages
...experience of human beings. James writes, "It is as if there were in human consciousness a sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what...general than any of the special and particular 'senses' by which the current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed."15 But James's...
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Religious Experience

Wayne Proudfoot - Religion - 1987 - 290 pages
...sentiment of reality. It is as if there were in the human consciousness a sense of reality, a filling of objective presence, a perception of what we may...general than any of the special and particular "senses" by which the current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed. (58, original...
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Writings, 1902-1910

William James - Literary Collections - 1987 - 1379 pages
...conclusion something like this: It is as if there were in the human consciousness a sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what...general than any of the special and particular 'senses' by which the current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed. If this were...
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The Private Self

Arnold H. Modell - Psychology - 1993 - 250 pages
...alcoholism and promiscuity. James observed that in human consciousness there is a "sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what we may call something there."32 It is this sense of presence that may have led the Greeks to ascribe to the abstract order...
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Catholicism: New Study Edition--Completely Revised and Updated

Richard P. McBrien - Religion - 1994 - 1344 pages
...Experience (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1985; orig. ed., 1902) as a "sense of reality, a feeling of objective presence, a perception of what...general than any of the special and particular 'senses' by which the current psychology supposes existent realities to be originally revealed." Rudolf Otto...
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