Varieties of Religious Experience

The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature is a book by the Harvard psychologist and philosopher William James that comprises his edited Gifford Lectures on "Natural Theology" delivered at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland between 1901 and 1902. These lectures concerned the nature of religion and the neglect of science, in James' view, in the academic study of religion. Soon after its publication, the book found its way into the canon of psychology and philosophy, and has remained in print for over a century. (Summary by Wikipedia)Lectures read by JoeD, preface read by musil.

24 chapters
Preface
Lecture I - Religion and Neurology
Lecture 2 - Circumscription of the Topic
Lecture 3 - The Reality of the Unseen
Lecture 4 - The Religion of Healthy-Mindedness
Lecture 5 - The Religion of Healthy-Mindedness
Lecture 6 - The Sick Soul
Lecture 7 - The Sick Soul
Lecture 8 - The Divided Self, and the Process of its Unification
Lecture 9 - Conversion
Lecture 10 part 1 - Conversion - Concluded
Lecture 10 part 2 - Conversion - Concluded
Lecture 11 - Saintliness
Lecture 12 - Saintliness
Lecture 13 - Saintliness
Lecture 14 - The Value of Saintliness
Lecture 15 - The Value of Saintliness
Lecture 16 - Mysticism
Lecture 17 - Mysticism
Lecture 18 - Philosophy
Lecture 19 - Other Characteristics
Lecture 20 Part 1 - Conclusions
Lecture 20 Part 2 - Conclusions
Postscript