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This series of lectures, delivered at Oxford in 1921, concentrates on the relevance of the spiritual life in light of psychology, showing that psychology clarifies religious experience rather than destroys it. Perhaps the most important aspect of this work is the personal and intense quest for reality and a refusal to settle for anything else.
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Evelyn Underhill, a novelist and poet, published her first book in 1902 but her growing interest in mysticism led in 1911 to her greatest work, Mysticism. This classic text immediately established Underhill as the leading writer in the field, and she continued her work by writing many more significant and acclaimed books and essays. In 1921 she became Upton Lecturer in the Philosophy of Religion at Manchester College, and was the firt woman to give a series of lectures on theology at Oxford.
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