Philosophy of Religion
Join an esteemed professor of philosophy in exploring the question of divine existence by using the tools of epistemology.
- 1: What is Philosophy?
- 2: What is Religion?
- 3: What is Philosophy of Religion?
- 4: How is the Word "God" Generally Used?
- 5: How Do Various Theists Use the Word "God"?
- 6: What is Knowledge?
- 7: What Kinds of Evidence Count?
- 8: What Constitutes Good Evidence?
- 9: Why Argue for the Existence of God?
- 10: How Ontological Argument Works
- 11: Why Ontological Argument is Said to Fail
- 12: How Cosmological Argument Works
- 13: Why Cosmological Argument is Said to Fail
- 14: How Teleological Argument Works
- 15: How Teleological Argument Works (continued)
- 16: Why Teleological Argument is Said to Fail
- 17: Divine Encounters Make Argument Unnecessary
- 18: Divine Encounters Require Interpretation
- 19: Why is Evil a Problem?
- 20: Taking Evil Seriously
- 21: Non-Justificatory Theodicies
- 22: Justifying Evil
- 23: Justifying Natural Evil
- 24: Justifying Human Evil
- 25: Evidence is Irrelevant to Faith
- 26: Groundless Faith is Irrelevant to Life
- 27: God is Beyond Human Grasp, But That's O.K.
- 28: Transcendental Talk is "Sound and Fury"
- 29: Discourse in an Intentionalist Paradigm
- 30: Evaluating Paradigms
- 31: Choosing and Changing Paradigms
- 32: Language Games and Theistic Discourse
- 33: Fabulation—Theism as Story
- 34: Theistic Stories, Morality, and Culture
- 35: Stories, Moral Progress, and Culture Reform
- 36: Conclusions and Signposts
- Fecha Incio:15/02/2021
- Idioma: Inglés
- Universidad: Harvard
- Profesores: James Hall, Ph.D.
- Certificado: Si