Corpus ID: 2725406

Volume XI : Psychology and Religion : West and East

@inproceedings{2002VolumeX,
  title={Volume XI : Psychology and Religion : West and East},
  author={},
  year={2002}
}
  • Published 2002
In the Terry Lectures given at Yale University in 1937, a demonstration is proposed of the persective from which medical psychology views religion. Religion must be taken into account by psychologists, since it represents one of the most ancient and universal expressions of the human mind; but it is felt that the approach of psychology must be scientific, empirical and phenomenological rather than philosophical or metaphysical. Religion is defined for the purposes of this study as the belief in… Expand

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In a discussion of the symbolic value of the Mass, the lifting up of the Host is seen as a sacrifice
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The "physical" as the only criterion of truth is compared with "psychic" truths
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