Religious Studies

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Dr Leon Schlamm

Honorary Lecturer

Religious Studies


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  • 'Rudolf Otto and Mystical Experience', Religious Studies, 27, 1991, 389-398. Cambridge University Press.
  • 'Numinous Experience and Religious Language', Religious Studies, 28, 1992, 533-551. Cambridge University Press.
  • 'The Bible and Jungian Depth Psychology', in D. Cohn-Sherbok (ed.), Using the Bible Today: Contemporary Interpretations of Scripture,London: Bellew Publishing, 1991, 76-86.
  • 'The Holy: A Meeting-Point between Analytical Psychology and Religion', in J. Ryce-Menuhin (ed.), Jung and the Monotheisms: Judaism, Christianity and Islam, London: Routledge, 1994, 20-32.
  • 'C. G. Jung's Ambivalent Relationship to the Hindu Religious Tradition: A Depth-Psychologist's Encounter with 'The Dreamlike World of India' ', Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, 44, 2, 1998, 58-74. C. G. Jung Analytical Psychology Club, London
  • 'C. G. Jung, Mystical Experience and Inflation', Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, 46, 2, 2000, 108-128. Karnac Books for the C. G. Jung Analytical Psychology Club, London. 
  • 'Ken Wilber's Spectrum Model: Identifying Alternative Soteriological Perspectives', Religion, 31, 2001, 19-39. Academic Press
  • ‘C. G. Jung’s Visionary Mysticism’, Harvest: International Journal for Jungian Studies, 52, 1, 2006, 7-37. Karnac Books for the C. G. Jung Analytical Psychology Club, London.
  • ‘C. G. Jung and Numinous Experience: Between the Known and the Unknown’, European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 9, 4, 2007, 403-414. Routledge.
  • ‘Active Imagination in Answer to Job’, in L. Huskinson (ed.), Dreaming the Myth Onwards: New Directions in Jungian Therapy and Thought, Routledge,  2008, 109-121.
  • ‘C. G. Jung: Gnostic or Kabbalist?’, in R. Gilbert (ed.), Knowledge of the Heart: Gnostic Movements and Secret Traditions, Lewis Masonic/Ian Allan  Publishing, 2008, 132-142.
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Religious Studies, School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF

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Last Updated: 30/07/2014