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Philosophy of Religion

A NE W HIS TO RY O F
WESTERN PHI LOSOPHY

Was Jesus God?


Richard Swinburne, University of Oxford (Emeritus)
The orderliness of the universe and the existence of human beings already
provides some reason for believing that there is a Godas argued in Richard
Swinburnes earlier book Is There a God?

Anthony Kenny, University of Oxford and the


British Academy
Sir Anthony Kenny tells the fascinating story
of the birth of philosophy and its remarkable
flourishing in the ancient Mediterranean world.
Specially written for a broad popular readership,
but serious and deep enough to offer a genuine
understanding of the great philosophers, Kennys
lucid and stimulating history will become the
definitive work for anyone interested in the
people and ideas that shaped the course of
Western thought.

Richard Swinburne now argues compellingly that, if there is a God, then the main
doctrines which the Christian Church teaches about God are very probably true. In
particular, he shows that there is strong philosophical support for the belief that
Jesus, while remaining God, acquired a human nature and lived on earth for thirty
years as a human being.
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Faith and Place

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Heaven

An Essay in Embodied
Religious Epistemology

Ancient Philosophy

The Logic of Eternal Joy


Jerry L. Walls, Morris Institute
for Human Values
Jerry L. Walls argues that the
doctrine of heaven is ripe for
serious reconsideration. He
contends not only that the
orthodox view of heaven can
be defended from objections
commonly raised against
it, but also that heaven is
a powerful resource for
addressing persistent
philosophical problems, not the least of which concern
the ground of morality and the meaning of life.
2007 | 234 pages | OUP USA
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Walls: Heaven

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Thought and Reality


Michael Dummett, University
of Oxford (Emeritus)
In this short, lucid, rich book, Sir Michael Dummett,
perhaps the most eminent living British philosopher,
sets out his views about some of the deepest questions
in philosophy. The fundamental question of
metaphysics is: What does reality consist of ? Dummett
puts forward his controversial view of reality as
indeterminate: there may be no fact of the matter
about whether an object does or does not have a
given property.
Lines of Thought
October 2008 | 128 pages
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Dummett: Thought and Reality

A New History of Western Philosophy,


Volume 1

Mark R. Wynn, University of


Exeter

2006 | 368 pages | 1 map | numerous halftones

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The Measure of Things


Humanism, Humility, and Mystery
David E. Cooper, University of Durham
David Cooper explores and defends the view that
a reality independent of human perspectives is
necessarily indescribable, a mystery. Other views are
shown to be incompatible with our human condition.
Cooper restores to philosophy a proper appreciation
of mysterythat is what provides a measure of our
beliefs and conduct.

James Ladyman, Times Higher


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Medieval Philosophy
Oxford Studies in Philosophy of
Religion

A New History of Western Philosophy,


Volume 2

Volume 1

2007 | 352 pages | 35 b/w illustrations | colour


endpapers

Edited by Jonathan Kvanvig, Baylor University

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Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion is a new annual


volume offering a regular snapshot of state-of-the-art
work in this longstanding area of philosophy that has
seen an explosive growth of interest over the past half
century. Under the guidance of a distinguished editorial
board, it will publish exemplary papers in any area of
philosophy of religion.

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The Rise of Modern Philosophy


A New History of Western Philosophy,
Volume 3
July 2008 | 370 pages | 41 b/w illustrations

May 2008 | 272 pages


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Theological
Incorrectness

Philosophy in the Modern World


A New History of Western Philosophy,
Volume 4

Why Religious People Believe


What They Shouldnt

An enviable combination of authority and pageturning readability.

Jason Slone, Webster University


Why do religious people believe things which,
according with their own avowed religious beliefs,
they shouldnt? Jason Slone terms this phenomenon
theological incorrectness. He argues that it exists
because the mind is built in such a way that its natural
for us to think divergent thoughts simultaneously.

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Kennys history of philosophy is the product of a


lifetime of scholarship and this is manifest on
every page.

This book considers how places come to acquire


special religious significance, as sites for prayer or
other kinds of devotional activity. It examines the
ways in which sacred sites function, and the ways
in which sites which have no explicitly religious
import may come to bear a religious meaning.

Anthony Freeman, Times Higher


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Slone: Theological Incorrectness

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Philosophy of Religion

Discourse on Civility
and Barbarity

Life in the Flesh


An Anti-Gnostic Spiritual Philosophy

Timothy Fitzgerald, University


of Stirling

Adam G. Cooper, University


of Melbourne

Timothy Fitzgerald analyses


the development of different
meanings of the term
religion in different
contexts and in relation
to other categories with
shifting and unstable
nuances such as the state,
politics, economics, and
the secular.

October 2008 | 296 pages

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Life in the Flesh offers a new


spiritual philosophy of the
body, contrasting sources
from the Christian tradition
with contemporary voices
in philosophy and theology.
Cooper challenges the
Gnostic impulse either
to marginalize or else to
worship the body and gives
a critical perspective on perennial issues including
pornography, feminism, sterility, and death.

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Cooper: Life in the Flesh

Fitzgerald: Discourse on Civility and Barbarity

John Buridan

Reverence for Life

Gyula Klima, Fordham University

Albert Schweitzers Great


Contribution to Ethical Thought
Ara Paul Barsam,
United States Agency for
International Development,
U.S. Embassy, and Yerevan
State University
Ara Barsam provides
a new interpretation of
Schweitzers reverence and
shows how it emerged from
his studies of German
philosophy, Indian religions,
and his Biblical scholarship
on Jesus and Paul.
February 2008 | 210 pages | OUP USA
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This is a brief, accessible introduction to the thought


of the philosopher John Buridan (ca. 12951361).
Gyula Klima argues that many of Buridans academic
concerns are strikingly similar to those of modern
philosophy and his work sometimes quite directly
addresses modern philosophical questions.
Great Medieval Thinkers
October 2008 | 368 pages | OUP USA
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Klima: John Buridan

Holiness and Ministry


A Biblical Theology of Ordination
Thomas B Dozeman, United Theological Seminary
Citizenship

Barsam: Reverence for Life

Inner Grace
Augustine in the Traditions
of Plato and Paul
Phillip Cary, Eastern
University
Here, as in his previous book,
Augustines Invention of the Inner
Self, Phillip Cary illustrates
the idea that Augustine was
more philosophical and more
Platonist than most scholars
acknowledge.

April 2008 | 206 pages | OUP USA


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Cary: Inner Grace

The Paradise of God


Renewing Religion in an Ecological Age
Norman Wirzba, Georgetown College
In this provocative book, Norman Wirzba argues
that the Biblical doctrine of creation actually holds
the key to a true understanding of our place in the
environment and our responsibility toward it.
2007 | 256 pages | OUP USA
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This volume is grounded in the assumption that the


vocation of ordination requires an understanding of
holiness and how it functions in human religious
experience. Dozeman constructs a Biblical theology
of ordination, which is embedded in broad reflection
on the nature of holiness.

AMERIC AN AC ADEMY OF
RELIGION BOOKS

Teaching
Confucianism
Jeffrey L. Richey, Berea
College
The essays in this volume
address the specifically
pedagogical challenges
of introducing Confucian
material to non-East
Asian scholars and
students. Informed by
the latest scholarship, as
well as practical experience
in the religious studies and
theology classroom, the
essays are attentive to the
various settings within
which religious material is taught.
March 2008 | 244 pages | OUP USA
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Incarnation
Anyway
Arguments for
Supralapsarian
Christology
Edwin Chr. van Driel
In the 19th and 20th
centuries some major
theological figures
championed a
supralapsarian
Christology, arguing that God had always
intended the incarnation, independent of the
Fall. Edwin van Driel offers the first scholarly
monograph to map and analyze the full range
of supralapsarian arguments.
October 2008 | 224 pages | OUP USA
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October 2008 | 166 pages | OUP USA


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Dozeman: Holiness and Ministry

Daodejing
Laozi
Translated by Edmund Ryden, Fujen University, and
Introduction by Benjamin Penny, Australian National
University
The best-loved of all the classical books of China, and
the most universally popular, the Daodejing or Classic of
the Way and Life-Force is a work that defies definition. It
encapsulates the main tenets of Daoism, and upholds
a way of being as well as a philosophy and a religion.
This new translation draws on the latest archaeological
finds and brings out the word play and poetry of the
original. Simple commentary accompanies the text,
and the introduction provides further historical and
interpretative context.
Oxford Worlds Classics
September 2008 | 224 pages
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Laozi: Daodejing

Teaching the
Daode Jing
Edited by Gary Delany
DeAngelis, Holy Cross
College, and Warren G.
Frisina, Hofstra
University
How should I teach
the Daode Jing? This
question haunts a
growing number of
non-specialists who find
themselves called upon to
teach the DDJ. Teaching the
Daode Jing is designed to
provide access to contemporary scholarship
and pedagogical strategies that can be used
when introducing this confounding and yet
wonderful text.
May 2008 | 224 pages | OUP USA

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Philosophy of Religion

Nature Red in Tooth and Claw

Anselm

Theism and the Problem of Animal Suffering

Sandra Visser, Valparaiso University, and Thomas


Williams, University of Iowa

Michael Murray, Franklin


and Marshall College
While the problem of
evil remains a perennial
challenge to theistic belief,
little attention has been paid
to the special problem of
animal pain and suffering.
Nature Red in Tooth and Claw
addresses the evil of animal
pain and suffering directly,
scrutinizing explanations
that have been offered for such evil.
June 2008 | 224 pages

St. Anselm (c. 10331109), who was Archbishop


of Canterbury for the last 16 years of his life, is
unquestionably one of the foremost philosophertheologians of the Middle Ages. Sandra Visser and
Thomas Williams provide a brief, accessible
introduction to his life and thought.
Great Medieval Thinkers
February 2009 | 384 pages | OUP USA
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Visser and Williams: Anselm

David Hume: A Dissertation on the


Passions; The Natural History of
Religion
Edited by Tom Beauchamp, Georgetown University
Tom Beauchamp presents the definitive scholarly
edition of two famous works by David Hume, both
originally published in 1757. In A Dissertation on the
Passions Hume sets out his original view of the nature
and central role of passion and emotion. This is a
landmark work in the study of religion as a natural
phenomenon. Authoritative critical texts are
accompanied by a full array of editorial matter.
Clarendon Hume Edition Series
2007 | 456 pages

Anselm on Freedom

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Beauchamp: David Hume: A Dissertation on the Passions; The Natural History of Religion

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Katherin Rogers, University of Delaware

Murray: Nature Red in Tooth and Claw

Can human beings be free and responsible if there is


an all-powerful God?

Mystics
William Harmless S.J.,
Creighton University
What is mysticism? The
question continues to be the
subject of fierce debate. In
this book, William Harmless
offers a highly readable
introduction to the mystics
and their message,
stimulating reflection on
these great questions, and
deeper exploration of the
worlds mystical traditions.

If divine grace cannot be merited and is necessary to


save fallen humanity, how can there be any decisive
role for individual free choice to play? If God knows
today what you are going to choose tomorrow, then
when tomorrow comes you have to choose what God
foreknew, so how can your choice be free?

Prodigal Nation
Moral Decline and Divine Punishment from
New England to 9/11
Andrew R. Murphy, Valparaiso University

Anselm of Canterbury (10331109), the first Christian


philosopher to propose that human beings have a really
robust free will, offers viable answers to questions
which have plagued religious people for at least two
thousand years.

Americas supposed moral decline from an imagined


golden ageand the threat of divine punishment for
the sin of straying from the path of righteousness
have been consistent themes in its political and
religious rhetoric. But why is this myth so compelling
to Americans? Prodigal Nation investigates the
jeremiads historical roots and probes the ways in
which it continues to illuminate larger themes and
tensions in American social and political life.

June 2008 | 240 pages

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Murphy: Prodigal Nation

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Harmless: Mystics

The Riddle of
Humes Treatise

Readings from the Classic Theorists


Daniel L. Pals, University of Miami

The Re-enchantment
of the World
Art versus Religion
Gordon Graham, Princeton
Theological Seminary
This is a philosophical
exploration of the role of art
and religion as sources of
meaning in an increasingly
material world dominated
by science. Relating themes
in the history of European
philosophy to topics in
contemporary philosophy,
Gordon Graham investigates
the idea that art has the potential to re-enchant an
irreligious world.
2007 | 176 pages
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Introducing Religion

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The Western Esoteric Traditions


A Historical Introduction
Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, University of Exeter
The Western Esoteric Traditions offers a concise history of
a distinct form of philosophical spirituality extending
from Hermeticism, Neo-Platonism, and Gnosticism
in the early Christian era up until the present.

Introducing Religion: Readings from the Classic Theorists


presents the key writings of eleven theorists that
explain the phenomenon of religionits origin,
historical growth, and world-wide variationswithout
relying on the authority of the Bible or the articles
of dogma.

Paul Russell, University of


British Columbia
It is widely held that Humes
Treatise has little or nothing
to do with problems of
religion. Contrary to this
view, however, this book
argues that it is irreligious
aims and objectives that are
fundamental to the Treatise
and account for its
underlying unity and
coherence.

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The God of Metaphysics


T. L. S. Sprigge, University of Edinburgh (Emeritus)
Can philosophy offer reasonable grounds for the
existence of a God (or Absolute) possessing genuine
(even if not orthodox) religious significance and not
proposed simply as the solution to a purely intellectual
philosophical problem? Timothy Sprigge offers a
fascinating exploration of the metaphysical systems
of a diverse range of philosophers, from Spinoza
and Hegel to T. H. Green and Josiah Royce, testing
objections to what might be called metaphysical
religion against the systems of these distinguished
thinkers.
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True to Our Feelings


What Our Emotions Are Really Telling Us
Robert C. Solomon, University of Texas
The story of our lives is the story of our passions.
We fall in love, we are gripped by scientific curiosity
and religious fervor, we fear death and grieve for
others, and we humble ourselves in envy, jealousy,
and resentment. In this remarkable book, Robert
Solomon shares his fascination with the emotions
and illuminates our passions in an exciting new way.

Sprigge: The God of Metaphysics

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Skepticism, Naturalism,
and Irreligion

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Philosophy of Religion

God, the Best, and Evil

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Hegel and Christian Theology


A Reading of the Lectures on the Philosophy of
Religion
Peter C. Hodgson,
Vanderbilt University
Peter C. Hodgson provides an
analysis of the interpretation
of Christian theology that is
found in G. W. F. Hegels
Lectures on the Philosophy of
Religion. Peter C. Hodgson
argues that these lectures
are among the most valuable
resources from the
nineteenth century for
theology as it faces the challenges of modernity
and postmodernity.
2007 | 320 pages

Bruce Langtry, University


of Melbourne
God, the Best, and Evil is an
original treatment of some
longstanding problems about
God and his actions towards
human beings. First, Bruce
Langtry explores some
implications of divine
omnipotence, omniscience,
and perfect goodness for
Gods providence. Second,
he assesses the strength of objections to the existence
of God that are based on the apparent fact that God
could have created a better world than this one. Finally,
he assesses the strength of objections to the existence
of God that focus on the problem of evil.
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Plato: Laws 10
Translated with an introduction and commentary
Robert Mayhew, Seton Hall University
Book 10 of the Laws sets out Platos last thoughts on
the gods, piety, and religion. Robert Mayhew presents
a new English translation of this important text with a
detailed commentary that highlights its philosophical,
political, and religious significance.

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Exploring Philosophy of Religion


An Introductory Anthology
Steven M. Cahn, City University of New York
Featuring fifty-two classic and contemporary readings,
Exploring Philosophy of Religion is a topically organized
anthology that presents a broad coverage of seven
major areas in the philosophy of religionthe concept
of God, the existence of God, religious language,
miracles and mysticism, belief in God, resurrection
and immortality, and religious pluralismin a clear
and accessible format.

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A World For Us aims to show that the physical world does


not exist independently of the human mind, but draws
its existence from the way in which, under Gods
ordinance, things appear to us in experience.
April 2008 | 261 pages
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Cahn: Exploring Philosophy of Religion

Hud Hudson, Western Washington University


Hud Hudson offers a fascinating examination of
philosophical reasons to believe in hyperspace. Anyone
engaged with contemporary metaphysics, and many
philosophers of religion, will find much of interest
here.
July 2008 | 240 pages
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Peter van Inwagen, University of Notre Dame


The vast amount of suffering in the world is often
held as a particularly powerful reason to deny that God
exists. Highly accessible and carefully argued, Peter van
Inwagens book maintains that such reasoning does not
hold, and that suffering should not undermine belief
in God.
April 2008 | 198 pages

Hudson: The Metaphysics of Hyperspace

Themes from the Philosophy of Robert Merrihew


Adams

Robert Merrihew Adamss wide-ranging work,


systematically tied together by his theism, neoPlatonism, moral realism, and idealism, has deeply
shaped the structure of debates in metaphysics,
philosophy of religion, history, and ethics. This volume
celebrates and explores his systematic, cross-specialty
contributions through a series of new essays by
leading scholars in each of these fields.
January 2009 | 360 pages
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Newlands and Jorgensen: Metaphysics and the Good

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Volume II:
Determinate Religion
Edited by Peter C.
Hodgson, Vanderbilt
University
Volume II contains
his philosophical
interpretations of the
history of religions in
ancient Europe and Asia.
Hegel Lectures
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The Problem of Evil

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The Metaphysics of Hyperspace

Metaphysics and the Good

February 2008 | 384 pages | OUP USA

Edited by Peter C.
Hodgson, Vanderbilt
University, Tennessee

January 2008 | 520 pages

John Foster, University of Oxford

Foster: A World for Us

Plato: Laws 10

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Volume I: Introduction
and the Concept of
Religion

Hegel Lectures

February 2008 | 246 pages


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The Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion represent


the final and, in some ways, decisive element
of Hegels entire philosophical system. These
volumes establish, for the first time, a critical
edition which separates the series of lectures
and publishing them as autonomous units on
the basis of a complete re-editing of the sources.

Volume I contains
Hegels Introduction
and Part I.

The Case for


Phenomenalistic Idealism

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Clarendon Plato Series

Hegel: Lectures on the


Philosophy of Religion

Langtry: God, the Best, and Evil

A World for Us

Hodgson: Hegel and Christian Theology

HEGEL LECTURE S

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Volume III: The


Consummate Religion
Edited by Peter C.
Hodgson, Vanderbilt
University
Volume III contains
Hegels philosophical
interpretation of
Christianity.
Hegel Lectures
January 2008 | 442 pages
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Guodian
The Newly Discovered Seeds of Chinese Religious
and Political Philosophy
Kenneth Holloway, Florida Atlantic University

van Inwagen: The Problem of Evil

April 2009 | 224 pages | OUP USA


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Holloway: Guodian

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