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Reported in Margaret Isherwood The Root of the Matter: A Study in the Connections Between Religion, Psychology and Education (New York NY: Harper Bros, 1954), 97. 32. Maxwell & Tschudin Seeing the Invisible, 48. 33. 34. Stace Mysticism and Philosophy, 72–73. 35. Josiah Royce ‘The temporal and the eternal’, in idem The World and the Individual. 227. Recommend this journal.
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