The Varieties Of Religious Experience: A Study In Human Nature
by William James
Publisher: Longmans 1902
Number of pages: 556
Considering religion not as it is defined by -- or takes place in -- the churches, but as it is felt in everyday life, William James undertook a project that, upon completion, stands not only as one of the most important texts on psychology ever written, not only as a vitally serious contemplation of spirituality, but for many critics one of the best works of nonfiction written in the 20th century.
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