The project’s publications respond to our overall question:

If philosophy involves raising and pursuing questions of meaning, truth, and value (however possible), and if religion encompasses the dozens, if not hundreds, of globally “ism-ized” and more localized religious traditions and communities through space and time, then by what theoretical and methodological means, if at all, can philosophers of religion raise and pursue questions of meaning, truth, and value about these traditions and communities in a way that is globally inclusive and critically mindful?