Interreligious Philosophical Dialogues, volume 3, provides a unique approach to the philosophy of religion, embracing a range of religious faiths and spiritualities. This volume brings together four leading scholars and philosophers of religion, who engage in friendly but rigorous cross-cultural philosophical dialogue. Each participant in the dialogue, as a member of a particular faith tradition, is invited to explore and explain their core religious commitments, and how these commitments figure in their lived experience and in their relations to other religions and communities. The religious traditions represented in this volume are:
- Theravada Buddhism
- Native American spirituality
- Radical-secular Christianity.
This set of volumes uncovers the rich and diverse cognitive and experiential dimensions of religious belief and practice, pushing the field of philosophy of religion in bold new directions.
Table of Contents
Notes on contributors
1. Chung-yi Cheng, "Confucianism"
2. Mahinda Deegalle, "Theravada Buddhism"
3. Thurman Lee Hester, Jr., "Native American spirituality"
4. Mark Manolopoulos, "Radical-secular Christianity"
5. Chung-yi Cheng
6. Mahinda Deegalle
7. Thurman Lee Hester, Jr.
8. Mark Manolopoulos
9. Chung-yi Cheng
10. Mahinda Deegalle
11. Thurman Lee Hester, Jr.
12. Mark Manolopoulos
Graham Oppy is Professor of Philosophy at Monash University, Australia.
N.N. Trakakis is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the Australian Catholic University, Australia.