considered superstitious or blasphemous ( syirik ), yet, it will be explored in the following how paranormal practitioners nonetheless manage to express themselves.
Widiyanto (2016: 21) describes pluralism as a cultural and structural recognition, as a legitimation and the right to express one
founding fathers of psychology such as William James (1842–1910), Théodore Flournoy (1854–1920), and Carl Gustav Jung (1875–1961). In fact, the investigation of paranormal experiences played a crucial role in the initial development of research on unconscious processes, hallucinations, dissociation
SKEPTICAL SAINTS AND CRITICAL COGNITION: ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RELIGION AND PARANORMAL BELIEFS Douglas S. Krull & Eric S. McKibben* ABSTRACT The literature on the relationship between religion and belief in the paranormal is complex and sometimes seemingly contradictory. However, previous
.e., pseudoscientific trends focused on allegedly paranormal/supernatural phenomena and discontinuity between human and non-human cognition), arguing that: a) the adherence to the prestigious reputation of Eliadean academic frameworks may still cause grave distortions in the comprehension of relevant scientific fields
hexaco - pi - r is a satisfactory tool for measuring personality, especially when examining religiosity.
One continuing area of exploration for psychologists of religion concerns the prevalence of belief in contemporary society (Argyle, 1999 ; Hood & Hill, 2009 ), which has
In popular views, religion is seen as irrational and relating to paranormal, non-scientific, and even anti-scientific beliefs. In this framework, authors have argued that scientific and religious worldviews are fundamentally incompatible and in opposition with one another (Harris