Evidence and Faith: Philosophy and Religion Since the Seventeenth Century

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Cambridge University Press, 2005. 2. 28. - 457페이지
Taliaferro has written a dynamic narrative history of philosophical reflection on religion from the 17th century to the present, with an emphasis on shifting views of faith and the nature of evidence. The book begins with the movement called Cambridge Platonism, which formed a bridge between the ancient and medieval worlds and early modern philosophy. While the book provides an overview of different movements in philosophy, it also offers a detailed exposition and reflection on key arguments, and the scope is broad from Descartes to contemporary feminist philosophy of religion.
 

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Introduction
1
The Sovereignty of the Good in SeventeenthCentury Philosophy of Religion
11
Platonism Christianity and Some Divine Arguments
15
Gods Light
26
The Virtues of Human Nature
29
The Virtues of Gods Presence
39
The Practice of Philosophy of Religion
42
Three Challenges
45
Volcanic Philosophy of Religion
219
Kant on Three Classic Theistic Arguments
223
Reason and Contradictions
231
Moral Faith
234
A Mysterious Grace
239
Cosmopolitanism and Religion
241
Reason and Romance
244
6 Religion and the Philosophical Gods and Giants
248

Doorways to Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
55
Cartesian Philosophy of Religion
57
Descartes Then and Now
58
Cartesian Nature and Ambition
61
Cartesian Methodology
68
A Substantial Self
71
Theistic Arguments
75
Theism and Trust
79
Dualist Arguments
84
God and the World
95
Conways Coherence
100
The Fragility of Philosophy of Religion
102
Measure for Measure
106
The Ascendancy of Rules of Evidence in Early Modern Philosophy of Religion
110
Hobbess Challenge
113
Lockean Strictures and Toleration
120
The Mind of God in AngloAmerican Idealism
129
Early American Philosophy of Religion
135
The Good and the Evident
138
Spinozas AntiSupernaturalism
150
Probability as the Guide to a Supernatural Life
154
The Battle of the Books
157
Humean Philosophy of Religion
160
Humes World and Self
163
Against the Design Argument
168
A Cosmological Argument
176
Design Again
183
History and Miracles in the Realm of Nature
194
Annihilation and Suicide
200
An Ideal Observer
204
The Virtues of Inquiry
212
Kantian Philosophy of Religion
215
Naturalism in Philosophy of Religion
251
Biology and Theology
257
Sociological Political Psychological Naturalism
262
Hegelian Idealism
268
Idealism after Hegel
275
Pragmatism in Philosophy of Religion
283
Continental and Feminist Philosophy of Religion
291
Subjectivity in Philosophy of Religion
294
Genealogical Philosophy of Religion
299
Heidegger Sartre Camus Beauvoir
304
Weil Buber Levinas Marcel
312
Gadamer Ricoeur Derrida Foucault
318
Feminist Philosophy of Religion
328
Five Major Moves
337
Positivism and Philosophy of Religion
339
Contra Positivism
348
Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Religion
361
On the Verge of a Renaissance of Philosophy of Religion
368
Cognition and Tradition
370
Pluralistic Philosophy of Religion
381
Religions Evidence and Legitimacy
392
The Academy
394
Science and Religion
395
Back to the Beginning
398
A Case Study
410
Philosophy of Religion and Friendship
423
Philosophy of Religion at Large
425
A Guide to Further Study
431
Select Contemporary Philosophers
435
Select Bibliography
439
Index
443
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Charles Taliaferro is Professor of Philosophy at St Olaf College, Minnesota.

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