St. Martin's Press, Scholarly and Reference Division (1999)

Abstract
Whether one agrees with him or not, there is no avoiding the challenge of Hume for contemporary philosophy of religion. The symposia in this stimulating collection reveal why, whether the discussions concern Hume on metaphysics and religion, "true religion," religion and ethics, religion and superstition, or miracles. For some, Hume's criticisms of religion cannot withstand them, while others claim that Hume can be answered on his own terms. All responses to Hume determine the style and spirit in which one pursues philosophy of religion today.
Keywords Religion Philosophy  Hume
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Call number B1499.R45.R46 1999
ISBN(s) 0312225261   9780312225261
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