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ISBN:1107615984
Author: Anthony O'Hear
ISBN13: 978-1107615984
Title: Philosophy and Religion (Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements)
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Category: Philosophy
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 15, 2011)
Pages: 320

Philosophy and Religion (Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements) by Anthony O'Hear



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The collection can be interpreted as a demonstration of the extent to which moral philosophers have since attempted to respond to Anscombe's challenge, and to develop an approach to their subject which is neither based on divine law nor permissive of the impermissible.

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This collection of essays from the Royal Institute of Philosophy, first published in 2007, looks at a wide range of topics, ranging from issues such as terrorism, egalitarianism and the just war to the political philosophy of Edmund Burke, philosophical liberalism and the current state of utilitarianism in political thought. Series: Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements (Book 58). Paperback: 256 pages. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 9, 2007). This item: Political Philosophy (Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements). There's a problem loading this menu right now.

The best of this work is represented in this collection, based on the Royal Institute of Philosophy's annual lecture series for 1996/7.

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Can philosophy establish anything at all? Philosophy asks questions about all areas of experience, but what about philosophy itself? In 2007-8, The Royal Institute of Philosophy, in its annual lecture series, asked distinguished philosophers to reflect on the nature, scope and possibility of philosophy. Contributors include Peter van Inwagen, Stephen Clark, John Cottingham, P. M. S. Hacker, Michela Massimi, Stephen Mullhall, Herman Philipse and Bryan Magel.

Surprising as it might have seemed not so long ago, in recent times religion has once again become a focus of lively debate. The exchanges between those for and against religion have, however, often thrown up heat, rather than light. As an attempted corrective, The Royal Institute of Philosophy asked a number of distinguished philosophers who are interested in religion to contribute to its annual lecture series for 2008-2009. This volume contains essays based on the lectures. The topics covered include natural theology, for and against, miracles, the debates about Darwinism, spirituality, sacrifice and the sacred, the Incarnation and religion and pluralism. Vigorously argued as they are, these essays will undoubtedly take the debates forward in a constructive way.