”Happy for No Other Reason Except that He Is Out of Himself": Love, the Structure of the Human Person and the Christian Mystical Tradition

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMystical Anthropology: Cross-Religious Perspectives. Interdisciplinary Reflections on the Arnhem Mystical Sermons and Sri Aurobindo
EditorsIneke Cornet, Martin Kallungal, Rob Faesen
Place of PublicationLeuven
PublisherPeeters
Pages45-60
ISBN (Print)9789042926066
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Externally publishedYes

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Faesen, R. (2012). ”Happy for No Other Reason Except that He Is Out of Himself": Love, the Structure of the Human Person and the Christian Mystical Tradition. In I. Cornet, M. Kallungal, & R. Faesen (Eds.), Mystical Anthropology: Cross-Religious Perspectives. Interdisciplinary Reflections on the Arnhem Mystical Sermons and Sri Aurobindo (pp. 45-60). Leuven: Peeters.
Faesen, Rob. / ”Happy for No Other Reason Except that He Is Out of Himself" : Love, the Structure of the Human Person and the Christian Mystical Tradition. Mystical Anthropology: Cross-Religious Perspectives. Interdisciplinary Reflections on the Arnhem Mystical Sermons and Sri Aurobindo. editor / Ineke Cornet ; Martin Kallungal ; Rob Faesen. Leuven : Peeters, 2012. pp. 45-60
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Faesen, R 2012, ”Happy for No Other Reason Except that He Is Out of Himself": Love, the Structure of the Human Person and the Christian Mystical Tradition. in I Cornet, M Kallungal & R Faesen (eds), Mystical Anthropology: Cross-Religious Perspectives. Interdisciplinary Reflections on the Arnhem Mystical Sermons and Sri Aurobindo. Peeters, Leuven, pp. 45-60.

”Happy for No Other Reason Except that He Is Out of Himself" : Love, the Structure of the Human Person and the Christian Mystical Tradition. / Faesen, Rob.

Mystical Anthropology: Cross-Religious Perspectives. Interdisciplinary Reflections on the Arnhem Mystical Sermons and Sri Aurobindo. ed. / Ineke Cornet; Martin Kallungal; Rob Faesen. Leuven : Peeters, 2012. p. 45-60.

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Faesen R. ”Happy for No Other Reason Except that He Is Out of Himself": Love, the Structure of the Human Person and the Christian Mystical Tradition. In Cornet I, Kallungal M, Faesen R, editors, Mystical Anthropology: Cross-Religious Perspectives. Interdisciplinary Reflections on the Arnhem Mystical Sermons and Sri Aurobindo. Leuven: Peeters. 2012. p. 45-60