New Directions For Philosophy Of Religion: Four Proposals

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Kevin Schilbrack Ph.D., Professor of Religious Studies and Department Chair (Creator)
Appalachian State University (ASU )
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Abstract: This set of papers explores the topic of "Possible Futures for Philosophy of Religion." Though the field of philosophy of religion today has grown relatively narrow, these four papers seek to stretch it back out and all four are (as befitting our topic) forward-looking. Although the papers cover several different issues, I am going to shoe- horn them into that pre-conceived category—the future of philosophy of religion—and then focus on the parts of the papers central to that category and ignore the other parts that don’t fit that template. This will not do justice to the complexity of the reality I am describing, but this procrustean practice is not unusual in philosophy of religion

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Schilbrack, Kevin. 2012. "New Directions For Philosophy Of Religion: Four Proposals." Studies In Religion/Sciences Religieuses 41, no. 1: 46-56. (March 2012) [ISSN: 0008-4298] [DOI: 10.1177/0008429811430058] The version of record is available from Sage Publications
Language: English
Date: 2012

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