David C. Lamberth
An in-depth analysis of the investigation into and construction and critique of "religious experience" in philosophy of religion, theology, critical religious thought and contemporary neuroscience. Issues will include asking what is at stake in the appeal to experience, what experience is or might be, and what evidence for such experiences currently looks like. Authors will include Edwards. James, Katz, Otto, Proudfoot, Schleiermacher, as well as contemporary neuroscientists. Previous work in philosophy or theology recommended.
Enrollment Limited: Limited to 12 students. Instructor's permission required.
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Jointly offered as Religion 2541
Divinity Hall Room 211
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