Robert Neville

I define the primary sense of philosophy of religion as the work of more universal philosophers who have something interesting to say about religion, for instance, Hume, Kant, Hegel, Whitehead, Dewey, Tu Weiming, and Cheng Chungying. In the contemporary sense, philosophy of religion is based on a comparative understanding of East Asian, South Asian, West Asian, Native American, and African religions.

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