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1. Introduction—Philosophy and Religion as Traditions
2. Plato's Inquiries—The Gods and the Good
3. Plato's Spirituality—The Immortal Soul and the Other World
4. Aristotle and Plato—Cosmos, Contemplation and Happiness
5. Plotinus—Neoplatonism and the Ultimate Unity of All
6. The Jewish Scriptures—Life with the God of Israel
7. Platonist Philosophy and Scriptural Religion
8. The New Testament—Life in Christ
9. Rabbinic Judaism—Israel and the Torah
10. Church Fathers—The Logos Made Flesh
11. The Development of Christian Platonism
12. Jewish Rationalism and Mysticism—Maimonides and Kabbalah
13. Classical Theism—Proofs and Attributes of God
14. Medieval Christian Theology—Nature and Grace
15. Late-Medieval Nominalism and Christian Mysticism
16. Protestantism—Problems of Grace
17. Descartes, Locke, and the Crisis of Modernity
18. Leibniz and Theodicy
19. Hume's Critique of Religion
20. Kant—Reason Limited to Experience
21. Kant—Morality as the Basis of Religion
22. Schleiermacher—Feeling as the Basis of Religion
23. Hegel—A Philosophical History of Religion
24. Marx and the Hermeneutics of Suspicion
25. Kierkegaard—Existentialism and the Leap of Faith
26. Nietzsche—Critic of Christian Morality
27. Neo—orthodoxy—The Subject and Object of Faith
28. Encountering the Biblical Other—Buber and Levinas
29. Process Philosophy—God in Time
30. Logical Empiricism and the Meaning of Religion
31. "Reformed" Epistemology and the Rationality of Belief
32. Conclusion—Philosophy and Religion Today
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Presents an introduction to the history of Western civilization's religious and philosophical traditions.

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