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  1. Kile Jones (2014). “All The Consequences Of This”: Why Atheistic Existentialism is More Consistent Than Religious Existentialism. Essays in the Philosophy of Humanism 22 (1):79-92.
    The variety of existentialist thought show existentialism to be a flexible denotation, one that can be shared by believers and atheists alike. When approaching such a loosely defined term as “existentialism” a few questions arise. What are the boundaries for inclusion or exclusion? Are there more authentic forms of existentialism than others? The former question is usually dealt with by showing the history of existentialism—from Kierkegaard to Nietzsche, Heidegger to Sartre—along with noting some common strands amongst their writings . The (...)
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  2. Kile Jones (2010). Lest We Forget: Free-Thought and the Environment. Human Affairs 20 (4):294-299.
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  3. Kile Jones (2010). Review of" The New Atheism: Taking a Stand for Science and Reason". [REVIEW] Essays in Philosophy 11 (2):12.
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  4. Kile Jones (2010). Falsifiability and Traction in Theories of Divine Action. Zygon 45 (3):575-589.
    One of the most focused research programs in the science-religion dialogue that has taken place up to the present is the series of volumes published jointly by the Vatican Observatory and the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences. Originating with the encouragement of Pope John Paul II, this series has produced seven volumes focusing on how divine action can be understood in light of contemporary science. A retrospective volume published in 2008, Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action: Twenty Years of (...)
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  5. Kile Jones (2009). Analytic Versus Continental Philosophy. Philosophy Now 74:8-11.
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  6. Kile Jones (2008). The Causal Closure of Physics: An Explanation and Critique. World Futures 64 (3):179 – 186.
    Is the physical world causally closed? Can something immaterial have any causal role within physics? This article seeks to answer these questions by explaining the theory of Causal Closure. Causal Closure says that nothing immaterial can have any causal efficacy upon the material world. Physicalists have long held this position and have used it as an argument against Dualism, but does it hold? The hope of this article is that we may better understand the arguments for and against Causal Closure (...)
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