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In this pathbreaking book, a professor of religion who is also a clinical psychologist challenges Freud's view of religion as one-way transference. Using examples from clinical cases, James W. Jones argues instead that religious experiences, doctrines, and practices reflect the internalized interpersonal patterns that constitute our sense of ourselves. He concludes by discussing the nature of religion, bringing such theologians, philosophers, and psychoanalysts as Otto, Bollas, Tillich, and Buber into a multi-disciplinary dialogue. 144 page softcover from Yale University Press.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 152 Vendor: Yale University Press Publication Date: 1993
Dimensions: 9 X 5 3/4 (inches) ISBN: 0300057849 ISBN-13: 9780300057843 Availability: Available to ship on or about 04/05/14.
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