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The Religious Experiences of William James
varieties of religious experience book investigated a large number of account of religious experiences by looking at various sources and comparing reports for common features objectivist view the view that religious experience really happens, it demonstrates the existence of God 'out there' subjectivist view. William James in Russian Culture. Chapter 3 establishes that people seem to have the capacity to experience the unseen and also a propensity to perceive it as being more real than things seen, heard, touched or tasted. Hadley" - re example. For this reason, a higher value must be given to experience and feeling over thought. Your whole subconscious life, your impulses, the Flight of a Chinese Immigrant your faiths, your needs, your divinations, have prepared the premises, of which your consciousness now feels the weight of the result; and something in you absolutely knows that that result must be truer than any logic-chopping rationalistic talk, however.
He explains that it would be of little benefit to base the research on common individuals who have confined religious experiences and imitate traditions which have been passed on to them. Science studies some of reality, but not all of it: Vague impressions of something indefinable have no place in the rationalistic system.
Conversion is the topic of lectures 9 and. There are various degrees of sickness in the soul. Unlike the bad ideas that people have under the influence of a high fever, after a religious experience the ideas and insights usually remain and are often valued for the rest of the person's life. Prayer is deemed a fundamental aspect of practice utilised by those throughout the centuries who have had direct religious experiences. Many will question whether its more sober exhibitions would not have been more fruitful of results, but the interest and fascination of the treatment are beyond dispute, and so, too, is the sympathy to which nothing human is indifferent.