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A Reply to William Hasker's Objection to Christ-Shaped Philosophy

by Paul K. Moser

This paper responds to William Hasker’s objection to my paper, “Christ-Shaped Philosophy,” that “paradoxically, its view of philosophy is at the same time too high and too low….” It contends that the objection is misplaced, partly because the profession of philosophy does not determine what genuine philosophy is

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