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Yousofi A, Tabei M. Empirical phenomenology, a way to understand religious experiences. JHS 2012; 4 (1) :71-93
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Our understanding of the reality of our knowledge and understanding of changing the way we know to be changed. To understand reality in faced with the complex realities in spiritual terms; we are forced to adopt methods that their main claim to discover hidden meanings and realize it is a fact. Religious and mystical experience in understanding the phenomena are very spiritual and sacred mixed, reduced to social or psychological reality, they can understand and prevent the use of empirical phenomenology to understand religious experience makes it inevitable. This article has attempted to offer gains over the experimental phenomenology and methodological principles of the present one, demonstrate the conceptual complexity of religious experience on the other hand, inevitably use this method to show understanding of religious experience And with providing a real example of the spiritual experience of pilgrimage in Iran empirical phenomenology emerges as an example for understanding the religious and mystical experiences are introduced.        
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Published: 2012/10/17

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