The Spirit of the Child

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Index
Numbers in italics refer to the notes section.
100 Ways to Enhance Self-Concept in the Classroom 194
101 Zen Stories 183
active imagination 73
Addison, J. 181
Adolescence: Its Psychology and its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion, and Education 180
Advances in the Psychology of Religion 175
Altman 117
altruism 133–5, 136, 137–8
Ambivalence of the Sacred, The: Religion, Violence and Reconciliation 196
Analogical Reasoning in Children 189
Andrew 111–12, 116
Animal Dispersion in Relation to Social Behaviour 190
Ant and the Peacock, The 190
Appleby, R. Scott 196
Aquinas, St Thomas 39
archaeologists of knowledge 36
arts 44
ascetical theology 17
associated form, spirituality 104–7
At the Origins of Modern Atheism 177, 192
atheism 36–7, 38, 39, 40, 82
Atkinson, Paul 185
attention 65
autobiographical language 120
Autobiography, An 180
awareness 21–2
holistic 58, 70, 153, 164, 182
human 18, 62
personal 153–9
religious 26, 52, 55, 141
sensory 59
single-pointed 67
spiritual 22, 23–4, 33, 34–5, 41, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57–8, 135, 144, 153
awareness-sensing 65–71
awe 71–2
Bach, Susan 56
Bampton Lectures 191
Bancroft, Nancy 173
Barbour, Ian 197
Barnes, Philip 197–8
Basics of Qualitative Research: Grounded Theory Procedures and Techniques 187
Batson, C.D. 189
Batson, Daniel 76
Beginning Qualitative Research: A Philosophical and Practical Guide 186
behavioural psychology 192
Being as Communion 198
Being and Nothingness 187
Being and Time 189
Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin 179
Benson, Peter, L. 196
Berger, John 193
Berger, Peter 60, 75–6, 177, 186
Berman, David 177
Bernstein, Richard 185, 192
Berryman, J. 189
Beth 115, 118
Beyond Boredom and Anxiety 183
Beyond Objectivism and Relativism: Science, Hermeneutics and Praxis 185, 192
Bible, The 26, 49, 73
Bindl, Maria 55–6
biology
of relational consciousness 135–6
of spirituality 22–4, 166–9
Biospirituality: Focusing as a Way to Grow 184
Birth of the Living God, The: A Psychoanalytic Study 180, 185
birth rates, human survival 191
Bissonnier, Henri 57–8
Blacker, Carmen 184
Blaise Pascal: The Life and Work of a Realist 178
Blakeslee, Sandra 196
Blind Watchmaker, The 178
Blumer, Herbert 186
Bob 111
bodily feeling 174
Body and Social Feeling, The 174
Bornkamp, Edward 167
Borowik, Irena 161
Bowker, John 168
Bowling, A. 175
Bowling Alone 46, 145
Bradburn Balanced Affect Scale 175
brain activity, photography of 163–4
Breward, Ian 178

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