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Comparison and the Spectre of Perennialism: A Reply to Craig Martin

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1. Blum Jason"Radical empiricism and the unremarkable nature of mystic ineffability"Method & Theory in the Study of Religion2012Vol 243119
2. Blum Jason"The science of consciousness and mystical experience: An argument for radical empiricism"Journal of the American Academy of Religion2014Vol 821150173
3. Blum JasonZen and the Unspeakable God2015University ParkThe Pennsylvania State University Press
4. Bush StephenVisions of Religion: Experience, Meaning, and Power2014New YorkOxford University Press2014
5. Martin Craig"Yes, … but …”: The neo-perennialists"Method and Theory in the Study of Religion2017Vol 192
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