Embracing the void: rethinking the origin of the sacred

Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press (2022)
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Renowned psychoanalytic philosopher Richard Boothby puts forward a novel theory of religion inspired by Jacques Lacan's theory of das Ding. The book offers the theoretical tools for interpreting religious belief and analyzes several faith traditions.

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