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Watt, D.F. (2005). Attachment Mechanisms and the Bridging of Science and Religion: the Challenges of Anthropomorphism and Sectism. Psychoanal. Rev., 92(2):191-221.

(2005). Psychoanalytic Review, 92(2):191-221

Attachment Mechanisms and the Bridging of Science and Religion: the Challenges of Anthropomorphism and Sectism

Douglas F. Watt, Ph.D.

That which sings and contemplates in you is still dwelling within the bounds of that first moment that scattered the stars into space.

—Kahlil Gibran

Modern man is estranged from being, from his own being, from the being of other creatures in the world, from transcendent being. He has lost something—what, he doesn't know; he only knows that he is sick unto death with the loss of it.

—Walker Percy

Everything that the human race has done and thought is concerned with the satisfaction of deeply felt needs and the assuagement of pain. One has to keep this constantly in mind…. Feeling and longing are the motive force behind all human endeavor and human creation, in however exalted a guise the latter may present themselves to us.

—Albert Einstein

Affective Issues Embedded in Religious Searching: The Mandates of Attachment

In the past three decades emotion has gone from its scorned position as irrelevant, in the heyday of behaviorist doctrines, to an exploding topic of compelling draw and interest within many branches of psychology and neuroscience.

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