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Katelynn Wampler

Worldview Sire Chapter 8 and 11 Quiz 4

According to James Herrick, the New Age movement has its roots in _________. Gnosticism
Jean Houston believes that human beings will evolve toward higher lives of consciousness, societies, and cultures. How many levels of Civilization is presented in our text? 3
LSD is given to dying patients to help them gain a feeling of _____. Cosmic Unity
New Age focuses on the new consciousness that centers on a mystical experience. However, unlike Eastern pantheistic monism, there is an emphasis _____. Episemology
In New Age, the prime reality is: The Self
In New Age, the invisible universe is accessible through altered states of consciousness. True
Huxley presents the idea that each of us has the potential of remembering all that has ever happened, as well as perceiving everything in the universe, This potential is called _____________. Mind at Large
In the New Age cosmic consciousness, ordinary categories of space, time and morality tend to be prevalent. False
In the New Age mindset, there is no distinction between appearance and reality. True
The view that there is a radical disjunction between objective reality and perceived reality is ___________. Conceptual Relativism
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