Basilica of the Sacred Heart

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Philosophy of religion is a flourishing, diverse field of philosophical investigation into the meaning, nature, and rationality of religious belief and practice. This investigation extends to both theistic and non-theistic religious traditions. Those working in philosophy of religion represent diverse perspectives: analytic and continental, eastern and western, feminist, religious believers, agnostics, skeptics, and atheists. Discussions in philosophy of religion overlap with all major areas in philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and logic, and with disciplines outside of philosophy, including theology, history, and the social and natural sciences.


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