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Video - Wildman Lecture - February 25, 2008

Religious Experiences: From the Mundane to the Anomalous, Lecture 4 of 6

Can You Trust Your Instincts? The Cognitive Reliability of Religious Experience, by Wesley J. Wildman

Wesley J. Wildman, a School of Theology associate professor of theology and ethics, explores the value of the spiritual experiences that often shape religious beliefs - and how philosophers determine which experiences are reliable - in the fourth lecture in the six-part series Religious Experiences: From the Mundane to the Anomalous at Boston University's Danielsen Institute. Hosted by Center for the Study of Religion and Psychology at Boston University's Danielsen Institute on February 25, 2008.

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