The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Religion

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William E. Mann
Wiley, Jul 16, 2004 - Philosophy - 352 pages
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The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Religion features 14 new essays written by some of the most prominent philosophers working in the field. Contributors include Linda Zagzebski, Hugh J. McCann, Brian Leftow, Gareth B. Matthews, William L. Rowe, Elliott Sober, Derk Pereboom, Alfred J. Freddoso, William P. Alston, William J. Wainwright, Peter van Inwagen, Philip Kitcher, William E. Mann, and Philip L. Quinn.


The volume explores questions regarding the nature of God, the existence of God, religious belief, and the impact of religion on our secular lives. Written in clear and accessible prose, these essays provide a comprehensive treatment of the major problems in philosophy of religion and pose new insights, furthering the discussion of these topics. This book is an indispensable resource for students and teachers alike.

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William E. Mann is Marsh Professor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy at the University of Vermont. He has written extensively on topics in the philosophy of religion and in medieval philosophy.

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