PHL 923 Philosophy of Religion II

This course offers students an opportunity for advanced study of what philosophers have had to say about religion. Readings will be drawn from influential historical philosophers, and from contemporary philosophers. Some topics will pertain to theistic religions, some to non-theistic religions, and others to both. Topics may include: religious language; ethics and the meaning of life; the concept of the Sacred; the relationship between religious beliefs and evidence; and puzzles about the characteristics of God. UL Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisite: PHL 110 or PHL 709 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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