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What do human experiences of transcendence mean? Would investigating their mind-opening and world-transformative nature improve contemporary philosophy and theology? The book shows the importance of experiences traditionally categorized as religious or aesthetic for our understanding of, e.g., art, faith, prayer, presence, beauty, sensitivity, imagination, susceptibility, and divinity. The book appeals to scholars and students within theology and the humanities - but can also be relevant for practitioners such as priests, psychologists, and artists.
|Publication date:||28th September 2020|
|Categories:||Western philosophy, from c 1900 -,|