An early and influential volume among the 20th-century studies of mystic psychology, this landmark survey begins with an examination of empirical science and religious psychology. It discusses the sensation of presence in mystics and non-mystics, distinctive features of Christian mysticism, and criticisms of the legitimacy of the mystic experience.
Unabridged republication of Studies in the Psychology of the Mystics, as published by Burns Oates & Washbourne Ltd., London, 1927.
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