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Augustine: The reader as self-object
(Journal for the Scientific Study of ReligionBlackwell Publishing, 1986)
My general thesis is that Confessions is written for an audience which Augustine uses as selfobjects...I do not formulate a diagnosis of Augustine's personality...I would rather emphasize the profound devaluation of ...
Understanding the occult : fragmentation and repair of the self
(Fortress Press, 1989)
In this book I offer a causal explanation for occult beliefs. I try to show what events in a person's live typically precede the occult moment and why the occult moment is so important to that person's sense of herself or ...