The varieties of religious experience a study in human nature is a book by harvard university psychologist and philosopher william james it comprises his edited gifford lectures on natural theology which were delivered at the university of edinburgh scotland between 1901 and 1902. Varieties is a wonderfully written exploration of the psychology of individual religious experience whether within or without organized religion by one of americas greatest philosophers and psychologists it includes lots of interesting case studies and lots of insight. 6 the varieties of religious experience butsinceihavereceivedthehonor ofthisappointmentihave felt that it would never do to decline the academic career also has its heroic obligations so i stand here without further depre catorywords letmesayonlythisthatnowthatthecurrenthere andataberdeenhasbeguntorunfromwesttoeastihopeitmay continue to do so as the years go by i hope that many of my . The varieties of religious experience 1902 by william james a psychologist and philosopher who taught at harvard contains in edited form a series of natural theology lectures called the gifford lectures which he delivered at the university of edinburgh in the two years leading up to its publication. 476 pages one of the greatest works of non fiction of the twentieth century william jamess the varieties of religious experience was revolutionary in its view of religious life as centered not within the church but soley within the feelings acts and experiences of individual men in their solitude publisher
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