Jerome Gellman is Professor Emeritus, Department of Philosophy, Ben-Gurion University. He specializes in the philosophy of religion and is the author of the entry on mysticism in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Gellman was a fellow at the Harvard Center for the Study of World Religions and was the Alvin Plantinga Fellow at the Center for the Philosophy of Religion, Notre Dame University. He is a past senior fellow at the Hartman Institute, Jerusalem. Gellman edits a series in Philosophy of Religion and World Religions for Brill.
Open peer commentary on the article “Constructivism and Mystical Experience” by Hugh Gash. Abstract: I list four suggestions for ways Gash might consider refining and advancing his target article: Defending RC as being needed, attending more to mystical traditions, clarifying mystical traditions and social consensus, and considering the desire for self-transcendence as relevant.
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