Religious Experience Reconsidered: A Building Block Approach to the Study of Religion and Other Special Things

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Illustrations and Tables
ILLUSTRATIONS
1.1. Various Kinds of Special Things45
1.2. Breakdown of the Composite Ascription: Special Paths47
2.1. Conscious and Unconscious Processes in Dream Generation77
2.2. Hobson's AIM Model of Consciousness78
4.1. Examples of Ordinary and Special Dreams128
4.2. Two Clusters of Experiences Associated with Sleep Paralysis135
4.3. “This Do in Remembrance of Me” as Composite Ascription141
TABLES
1.1. Methodological Differences between the Sui Generis and Ascription Models18
1.2. Beliefs, Ascriptions, and Attributions Related to Special Things46
1.3. Variations in the Nature of Experience by Ascriptive Unit and Type of Ascription53
2.1. Types of Data that Can Be Gathered Relative to Experience69
3.1. Explanations at Different Levels of Analysis113
4.1. Types of Comparisons129
4.2. Perspectives of Emic and Etic Observers on the Experiences of Subjects157

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