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Department of Philosophy

PHIL 271: The Philosophy of Religion

PHIL 271: The Philosophy of Religion

The Generic Catalog Description

This course is an inquiry into religious belief with respect to the truth it discloses. Typical subjects include: the reality of God or other objects of religious belief, the justification of such belief, the logic of religious belief in relation to that of other kinds of belief, the nature of religious experience.


PHIL 271: The Philosophy of Religion

James Harrington

In this course we will examine one of the fundamental questions of human existence: should, or could, a reasonable person believe in the existence of a divine being, e.g. the Christian God?

Topics covered will include:


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