http://www.theplutonian.com/2018/10/guest-post-numinous-in-god-nature-and.html

Just a quick update on this essay. I doubt many are that interested in the references and whatnot, and hopefully the essay reads fine without them. I realized the references and bibliography were missing and/or formatted improperly, so I thought it best to provide them for the sake of completeness.

Here is the corrected information:

Bibliography

Almond, Phillip C. Mystical Experience and Religious Doctrine: An Investigation of the Study of Mysticism in World Religions. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2014.

Benson, R.H. The Necromancers. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1909.

Bering, J. M., & Bjorklund, D. F. “The natural emergence of reasoning about the afterlife as a developmental regularity.” Developmental Psychology, 2004:40.

Keltner, Dacher and Haidt, Jonathan. “Approaching awe, a moral spiritual, and aesthetic emotion.” Cognition and Emotion, 17, no. 2, (2003).

Gatta, John. Making Nature Sacred: Literature, Religion, and Environment in America from the Puritans to the Present. Oxford University Press, 2004.

Kelemen, D., & DiYanni, C. “Intuitions about origins: purpose and intelligence in children’s reasoning about nature.” Journal of Cognition and Development,6, (2005).

Otto, Rudolph. The Idea of the Holy: An Inquiry into the Non-Rational Factor in the Idea of the Divine and its Relation to the Rational. Translated by John W. Harvey. Oxford University Press, 1958.

Soyinka, Wole. Myth, Literature and the African World. Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Uhlman, Eric Luis, Poehlman, Andrew, and Bargh, John A. “Implicit Theism.” In Handbook of Motivation and Cognition Across Cultures, edited by Richard Sorrentino, Susumu Yamaguchi, Cambridge: Academic Press, 2008.

 

References

[1] Wole Soyinka, Myth, Literature and the African World, (Cambridge University Press. 2000), 155.

[2] Rudolph Otto, The Idea of the Holy: An Inquiry into the Non-Rational Factor in the Idea of the Divine and its Relation to the Rational, trans. John W. Harvey (Oxford University Press. 1958), 19.

[3] Phillip C. Almond, Mystical Experience and Religious Doctrine: An Investigation of the Study of Mysticism in World Religions, (Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2014) 113.

[4] Dacher Keltner and Jonathan Haidt, “Approaching awe, a moral spiritual, and aesthetic emotion,” Cognition and Emotion, 17, no. 2, (2003), 303.

[5] R.H. Benson, The Necromancers, (London: Hutchinson & Co., 1909), 305.

[6] John Gatta, Making Nature Sacred: Literature, Religion, and Environment in America from the Puritans to the Present(Oxford University Press, 2004), 78.

[7] Ibid., 129.

[8] J.M.Bering & D.F. Bjorklund, “The natural emergence of reasoning about the afterlife as a developmental regularity,” Developmental Psychology40, (2004), 217–233.

[9] D. Kelemen, & C. DiYanni, “Intuitions about origins: purpose and intelligence in children’s reasoning about nature,” Journal of Cognition and Development, 6, (2005),3–31.

[10] Eric Luis Uhlman, Andrew Poehlman, and John A. Bargh, “Implicit Theism.” In Handbook of Motivation and Cognition Across Cultures, ed. by Richard Sorrentino, Susumu Yamaguchi (Cambridge: Academic Press, 2008), 72.

 

 

Advertisements