The Varieties of Religious Experience Section 1 (Lectures I-X)
1. James asserts that inquiry is first designed to evaluate which of the following?
(a) The essential nature of a thing.
(b) The absence of something.
(c) The darkness of deep depression.
(d) The lack of happiness in a person.
2. James asserts that inquiry is secondly designed to evaluate which of the following?
(a) The meaning or importance of a thing.
(b) The motivation one person has to change.
(c) The significance of a person.
(d) The decision one makes to become happy.
3. James says that mystical experience carries a sense of which of the following?
4. In Lecture II, James outlines the meaning of ______________.
5. James says that for a man to experience the divine, what must he let go?
6. According to James, the absence of something can lead to a sense of which of the following?
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