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    The British Discovery of Buddhism.Norman J. Girardot & Philip C. Almond - 1991 - Buddhist-Christian Studies 11:315.
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    Mysticism and its Contexts.Philip Almond - 1988 - Sophia 27 (1):40-49.
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    On the Varieties of Mystical Experience.Philip Almond - 1979 - Sophia 18 (1):1-9.
    After an initial consideration of the three main positions discernible within the current literature on the question of the relationship between mystical experience and its interpretation, attention is focused on a new model of this relationship. by utilizing wittgenstein's notion of "seeing-as" in conjunction with a more complex theory of the nexus between experience and interpretation, it is argued that there are varieties of mystical experience. on the other hand, it is maintained that there is a limiting case of mystical (...)
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    The Journey of the Soul in Seventeenth Century English Platonism.Philip C. Almond - 1991 - History of European Ideas 13 (6):775-791.
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    Buddhism and Christianity: Compared and Contrasted.Rudolf Otto & Philip C. Almond - 1984 - Buddhist-Christian Studies 4:87.
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    Henry More and the Apocalypse.Philip C. Almond - 1993 - Journal of the History of Ideas 54 (2):189-200.
  7. The Antichrist: A New Biography.Philip C. Almond - 2020 - Cambridge University Press.
    The malign figure of the Antichrist endures in modern culture, whether religious or secular; and the spectral shadow he has cast over the ages continues to exert a strong and powerful fascination. Philip C. Almond tells the story of the son of Satan from his early beginnings to the present day, and explores this false Messiah in theology, literature and the history of ideas. Discussing the origins of the malevolent being who at different times was cursed as Belial, Nero or (...)
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