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Knowledge, Action, Pluralism

Contemporary Perspectives in Philosophy of Religion

Sebastian Kolodziejczyk and Janusz Salamon

In this book, an international team of scholars from leading American, British and Continental European universities, led by Richard Swinburne, Eleonore Stump, William Wainwright and Linda Zagzebski, presents original ideas about three currently discussed topics in the philosophy of religion: religious epistemology, the philosophy of God’s action in the world, including the problem of evil and Divine Providence, and the philosophical challenge of religious diversity. The book contains echoes of all four main strands of the late 20th century philosophy of religion: Richard Swinburne’s philosophical theology, Alvin Plantinga’s reformed epistemology, John Hick’s theory of religious pluralism, and the philosophy of religion inspired by the work of the later Wittgenstein. One of the distinguishing features of this volume is that it mirrors a new trend towards philosophical cooperation across the so-called continental/analytic divide.
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Notes on the Contributors


Louis CARUANA is Reader in Philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London. His publications include: Holism and the Understanding of Science: Integrating the Analytical, Historical and Sociological; Science And Virtue: An Essay on the Impact of the Scientific Mentality on Moral Character; Darwin and Catholicism: The Past and Present Dynamics of a Cultural Encounter.

Paul CLAVIER is a Professor of Philosophy at the École normale supérieure de Paris, France. His recent book publications include: What is the Good?, Arguing about Moral Values, and What is Natural Theology?

Marco DAMONTE teaches at at the University of Genoa. His publications include: Una nuova teologia riformata: La proposta degli epistemology riformati e dei tomisti wittgensteiniani; Wittgenstein, Tomasso e la cura dell’intenzionalita.

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