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Towards a Catholic epistemology

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In this thesis, I develop a Catholic analysis of faith and reason, drawing on insights from a movement in contemporary analytic philosophy: Reformed Epistemology. In my first chapter, I explain that despite criticism from Catholic philosophers, Reformed Epistemology provides a broadly salutary model of faith. Inspired by Reformed Epistemology, I develop a further model (“Counter-Reformed Epistemology”) which is philosophically defensible, and which accords well with a set of theological de...

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Rutgers University, NJ
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Department:
Oriel College, Oxford
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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