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Against Wholeness: The Ego's Complicity in Religion
(Oxford University Press, 1979)
Many students of religion suggest that wholeness or the attainment of an integrated self is an especially valuable goal whose attainment marks a moment of religious insight. Theoreticians like Jung, Allport, and Maslow ...
MIDAS, Transmuting all into Gold
(New York Public Library, 1797)
Winnicott's Contribution to Religious Studies: The Resurrection of the Culture Hero
(Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 1983)