Wesley J. Wildman

In 2010, I published a programmatic vision for a kind of philosophy of religion that is consistent with the ethics of the modern secular research university. Specifically, I argue that philosophy of religion should be: inherently comparative, thinking across and between human religions, rather than focusing on one or two favored traditions; and profoundly multidisciplinary, drawing upon the natural and social sciences as well as diverse humanistic disciplines to address questions arising within philosophy of religion. I have put this vision into practice and I created a website that is dedicated to furthering conversation between professional philosophers of religion about their field and its future.

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