God, Intuition, & William James

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I have long suspected that the sheer endurance of religion through millennia is a powerful stamp of validation to the idea of God. In this time-lapse view of humanity, the collective-unconscious shines through. Put aside your rhetorical arsenal for a moment, that lawyer-like impulse to pipe up with some sharp-edged polemic.

For the stunning breadth of history in its own right is a keen illuminator. Even…

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Writer of economics, psychology, and lots in between. laurennreiff@gmail.com

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