Note: entries marked by a "bullet" are particularly recommended.
- Brainard, F. Samuel (1996). Defining "Mystical Experience." Journal
of the American Academy of Religion 64 (2): 359-393.
- Byrne, P. (1984). Mysticism, identity, and realism: A debate
reviewed. International Journal of the Philosophy of Religion, 16:
Evans, D. (1988). Can philosophers limit what mystics can do?
A critique of Steven Katz. Religious Studies 25: 53-60.
Forgie, J. W. (1985). Hyper-Kantianism in recent discussions of
mystical experience. Religious Studies, 21: 205-218.
Forman, R. (1988). The construction of mystical experience. Faith and
Philosophy, 5 (3): 254-267.
Forman, R. (1989). Paramartha and modern constructivists on
mysticism: Epistemological monomorphism versus duomorphism.
Philosophy East and West, 39(4): 393-418.
Forman, R. (1990). The Problem of Pure Consciousness. Oxford: Oxford
Forman, R. (1992). Mystical Consciousness. Sophia 31: 55-58.
- Forman, R. (1993). Of Deserts and Doors: Methodology of the Study of
Mysticism. Sophia 32:1(1993): 31-44.
Forman, R. (1996). Samadhi and Peter Wimsey: Mysticism, Reading, and
Bruce Janz. Studies in Religion 25 (2): 193-207
Gill, J. (1984). Mysticism and mediation. Faith and Philosophy, 1(1): 111-121.
- Hart, Kevin (1991). The ins and outs of mysticism. Sophia 30: 8-15.
Horne, James (1990). Saintliness and moral perfection. Religious
Studies 27: 463-471.
Jantzen, G. (1988). Mysticism and experience. Religious Studies, 25: 295-315.
Janz, Bruce (1995). Mysticism and understanding: Steven Katz and his
critics. Studies in Religion 24 (1): 177-94.
Janz, Bruce (1996). Response to Robert K. C. Forman. Studies in
Religion 25 (2): 209-213.
- Katz, Steven. (1978). Language, epistemology, and mysticism. In S.
Katz (Ed.), Mysticism and philosophical analysis. Oxford: Oxford
Katz. Steven (1983). Ethics and Mysticism. In L. Rouner, ed.,
Foundations of Ethics. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press:
Katz, Steven (1992). Ethics and Mysticism in Eastern Mystical
Traditions. Religious Studies 28: 253-267.
Katz, Steven (1993). Mysticism and Ethics in Western Mystical
Traditions. Religious Studies 29: 407-423.
Kessler, G. & Prigge, N. (1982). Is mystical experience everywhere
the same? Sophia, 21: 39-55.
- King, S. (1988). Two epistemological models for the interpretation
of mysticism. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 61(2):
Levine, Michael. (1989). Mystical Experience and Non-basic Justified
Belief. Religious Studies 25: 335-345.
- McGinn, Bernard (1991). The Foundations of Mysticism. New
York: Crossroad Publishers: 317-326.
Moore, Peter. (1987). Christian mysticism and interpretation: Some
philosophical issues illustrated in the study of the mediaeval
English mystics. In Glasscoe, ed., The Mediaeval Mystical Tradition
in England. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.
Perovich, A. (1985). Mysticism and the philosophy of science. Journal
of Religion, 65: 63-82.
Pike, N. (1992). Steven Katz on Christian mysticism. In Mystic union:
An essay in the phenomenology of mysticism (194-207). Ithaca, New
York: Cornell University Press.
Price, J. R. (1985). The objectivity of mystical truth claims.
Thomist, 49: 81-98.
- Proudfoot, W. (1985). Religious experience. Berkeley, California:
University of California Press.
Shear, J. (1990). Mystical experience, hermeneutics, and rationality.
International Philosophical Quarterly 30: 391-401.
Short, Larry (1995). Mysticism, Mediation, and the Non-linguistic.
JAAR 63 (4): 659-675.
Smart, N. (1980). Interpretation and mystical experience. In R. Woods
(Ed.), Understanding mysticism (pp. 78-91). Garden City, New York:
Smith, H. (1987). Is there a perennial philosophy? Journal of the
American Academy of Religion, 55 (3): 553-566.
- Stoeber, M. (1991) Constructivist epistemologies of mysticism: A
critique and a revision. Religious Studies, 28: 107-116.
Stoeber, Michael (1993). Introvertive Mystical Experiences: Monistic,
Theistic, and the Theo-monistic. Religious Studies: 169-184.
This bibliography appears by courtesy of Bruce B. Janz