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Philosophy of Religion in the Classical American Tradition

2017.03.27 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews J. Caleb Clanton, Philosophy of Religion in the Classical American Tradition, University of Tennessee Press, 2016, 295pp., $50.00
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2017.03.27 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews J. Caleb Clanton, Philosophy of Religion in the Classical American Tradition, University of Tennessee Press, 2016, 295pp., $50.00 (hbk), ISBN 9781621902102. Reviewed by Richard Kenneth Atkins, Boston College This volume is a collection of loosely related essays. Its title captures the only themes they share. They are all on issues related to the philosophy of religion and on philosophers belonging to the classical American tradition: Charles S. Peirce on the reality of God; William James on mystical experience; Josiah Royce on the problem of evil; George Santayana on prayer; John Dewey and Edward Scribner Ames on religious naturalism; and Richard Rorty and Cornel West on the role of religion in public deliberation. One of J. Caleb Clanton's hopes is to show that these philosophers have something to contribute to debates in the philosophy of religion: "my hope is that this book can get some real. . .

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