Tagged with john horgan

Rational Mysticism, continued.

This is the second part of my review of rational mysticism. The first was written before I finished reading it (about halfway through). Now I’m writing this, having finished the book entirely. Reactions? He’s an excellent journalist, at best; he can describe the ideas of the subjects he interviews without struggle. His writing is accessible. … Continue reading

Exploring “Rational mysticism”

This blog series will be an analysis and review of the book, Rational Mysticism by John Horgan, which is an attempt to understand mysticism and whether or not it can be grounded (or at least compatible) with science. Horgan interviews a wide variety of writers: perennialists such as Houston Smith, Ken Wilber, scientists like Susan … Continue reading