A Response to the Readers of Big Dreams

This article responds to the incisive comments made by Professors William B. Parsons, June McDaniel, James W. Jones, and Pamela Cooper-White during a panel convened by the Psychology, Culture, and Religion Group to discuss the book Big Dreams: The Science of Dreaming and the Origins of Religion (201...

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Published in:Pastoral psychology
Main Author: Bulkeley, Kelly 1962-
Contributors: Cooper-White, Pamela 1955- (Bibliographic antecedent); Jones, James W. 1943- (Bibliographic antecedent); McDaniel, June (Bibliographic antecedent); Parsons, William Barclay 1955- (Bibliographic antecedent)
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: [2017]
In:Pastoral psychology
Year: 2017, Volume: 66, Issue: 5, Pages: 715-719
Further subjects:B Big Dreams
B PSYCHOLOGY & religion
B BIG Dreams: The Science of Dreaming & the Origins of Religion (Book)
B Dreaming
B RELIGIOUS psychology
B psychology of religion
B Cognitive science
B cognitive science of religion
B Dreams
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Summary:This article responds to the incisive comments made by Professors William B. Parsons, June McDaniel, James W. Jones, and Pamela Cooper-White during a panel convened by the Psychology, Culture, and Religion Group to discuss the book Big Dreams: The Science of Dreaming and the Origins of Religion (2016) . The article includes a discussion of questions raised by the panelists about methodology in science and religion, the cultural dynamics of dream experience, and the interplay of personal and collective dimensions of meaning in dreams.
ISSN:1573-6679
Reference:Kritik von "Big Dreams, Religion, and the Transformational (2017)"
Kritik von "Review of Kelly Bulkeley's Big Dreams (2017)"
Kritik von "Dreaming Big (2017)"
Kritik von "Restoring Faith in Dreaming (2017)"
Contains:Enthalten in: Pastoral psychology
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1007/s11089-017-0763-3