Rudolf Otto, 1869-1937. German philosopher of religion who sought to categorize the numinous states of experience which underlie religion. He was an associate of Leonard Nelson, who introduced him to the Friesian school of Kantian thought.

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Friesian School: Rudolf Otto
An account of Otto's relation to Kantian-Friesian thought, and the encumbrance which that rationalistic tradition may have been for him.
Mysticism Defined by Rudolf Otto
A brief excerpt on numinosity from his The Idea of the Holy.
Rudolf Otto in Rem B. Edwards
Kelley L. Ross uses this modern writer as a case study in typical contemporary treatments of Otto's theory of numinosity.

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