Religion 338:

Mysticism and Religious Desire (4.0 units)

How human appetites for sex, food, community or immortality are articulated as mystical desires in different religions, either within institutional structures or working against them.
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    60077R001Lecture11:00-12:20pmTue, Thu16 of 19David AlbertsonVKC205session dates
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