Centenary Perspectives on Austin Farrer: A Review Article

Philosophy Compass 5 (9):820-829 (2010)
Austin Farrer is a genuine conundrum. On one hand, he is commonly hailed as one of the most brilliant and original British thinkers of the previous century. On the other hand, his work is almost entirely neglected by contemporary scholars and students. However, his centenary year of 2004 saw a renewed interest in exploring and appropriating various aspects of his rich intellectual legacy. This review article surveys these centenary perspectives on Austin Farrer with a focus on their philosophical significance, in particular for the philosophy of religion and philosophical theology
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DOI 10.1111/j.1747-9991.2010.00322.x
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