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Each of these modes of human experience can become the creative force
whereby some people have "become real" and gained the most profound
understanding of themselves. CRITICAL PROBLEMS Phenomenologists of
religion who use ...
More recently, in the same vein, are E.o. james, Sacrifice and Sacrament (1962),
a comparative analysis of sacred ritual from many different religious traditions;
and Roger caillois, L' Homme et le sacre (1939; Eng. trans., Man and the Sacred,
The basic motive for the be- Recogni- lief in and veneration of saints is, primarily,
the recognition of tion by people of religious persons whom they view as forms of
holy. In order for a religious personage (e.g., prophet) to holiness be ...
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