Palgrave Frontiers in Philosophy of Religion

Nagasawa, Y. (Ed), Wielenberg, E. (Ed)

Editorial Board Members: Michael Almeida (University of Texas at San Antonio), Lynne Rudder Baker (University of Massachusetts Amherst), Jonathan Kvanvig (Baylor University), Robin Le Poidevin (University of Leeds), Brian Leftow (University of Oxford), Graham Oppy (Monash University), Michael C. Rea (University of Notre Dame), Edward Wierenga (University of Rochester). Palgrave Frontiers in Philosophy of Religion is a long overdue series which will provide a unique platform for the advancement of research in this area. Each book in the series aims to progress a debate in the philosophy of religion by (i) offering a novel argument to establish a strikingly original thesis, or (ii) approaching an ongoing dispute from a radically new point of view. Each title in the series contributes to this aim by utilising recent developments in empirical sciences or cutting-edge research in foundational areas of philosophy (such as metaphysics, epistemology and ethics). The series does not publish books offering merely extensions of or subtle improvements on existing arguments. Please contact Series Editors (y.nagasawa@bham.ac.uk / ewielenberg@depauw.edu) to discuss possible book projects for the series.

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