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Theorizing Religion and the Role of Philosophy

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This paper is a response to Patrick Hart’s “Theory, Method, and Madness in Religious Studies,” and it argues that philosophy is presupposed and therefore ineliminable when theorizing religions.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Philosophy & Religion, Appalachian State University Boone, nc 28608


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1. McCutcheon Russell T. "A modest proposal on method" Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 2013 Vol 25 4-5 339 349
2. Schilbrack Kevin Philosophy and the Study of Religion: A Manifesto 2014 Malden Wiley-Blackwell

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