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  1. George Karuvelil (2012). Science of Religion and Theology: An Existential Approach. Zygon 47 (2):415-437.
    Abstract Stephen Jay Gould's NOMA (nonoverlapping magisteria) theory was meant to be an alternative to the traditional “conflict model” regarding the relationship between science and religion. But NOMA has been plagued with problems from the beginning. The problem most acutely felt was that of demarcating the disciplines of science and theology. This paper is an attempt to retain the insights of NOMA and the conflict model, while eliminating their shortcomings. It acknowledges with the conflict model that the conflict is real, (...)
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  2. George Karuvelil (2011). Religious Experience: Reframing the Question. Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 16 (1).
    It is thought that Schleiermacher used religious experience as a new kind of argument to safeguard Christian faith when he was faced with the failure of traditional arguments for the existence of God. This paper argues that such a view does not do justice to the newness of his approach in constructing a propaedeutic to Christian theology. It is further argued that, irrespective of whether one agrees with what Schleiermacher was trying to do, if religious experience is to become a (...)
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  3. George Karuvelil (2010). Mysticism, Language and Truth. Journal of Dharma 35 (3):259-275.
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  4. George Karuvelil (2010). Religious Pluralists What Are They Upto? Journal of Dharma 35 (1):3-22.
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  5. George Karuvelil (2009). Missing the Wood for the Trees a Critique of Proudfoot's Explanatory Reduction of Religious Experience. Heythrop Journal 50 (1):31-43.
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  6. George Karuvelil (ed.) (2007). Romancing the Sacred?: Towards an Indian Christian Philosophy of Religion. Asian Trading Corp..
     
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  7. George Karuvelil (2005). Rationality of Mysticism-A Methodological Proposal. Journal of Dharma 30 (4).
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  8. George Karuvelil (2001). What Happened to Human Longings? A Reading of the History of Western Epistemology. Disputatio Philosophica 3 (1):31-53.
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  9. George Karuvelil (2000). Constructing 'God': A Contemporary Interpretation of Religion. Heythrop Journal 41 (1):25–46.
    To discuss the rationality of religious beliefs of the meaning of those beliefs must be made intelligible, sometimes to those who do not share our presuppositions. Is it possible to explain the meaning of such basic concepts as ‘Religion’, and ‘God’ without presupposing other religious concepts? The present paper is an attempt at such a radical interpretation of religion. This is done by wedding a full‐fledged constructivist epistemology with insights from the mystical traditions of the East and the West. How (...)
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