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I Have a Hunch 1

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Abstract Using the same arguments that, in the 1960s, were successfully employed to establish the institutionally autonomous, non-reductive study of religion (generally understood as the public, institutionalized expression of a private experience, belief, or faith), this essay argues for the urgent need to establish a phenomenology and a hermeneutics of hunches—posited here as being among the only truly cross-cultural dispositions shared by all human beings.


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Affiliations: 1: Department of Religious Studies 212 Manly Hall, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL USA


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