Rationality and Reason

  • Franz von Kutschera
Part of the Studies in Philosophy and Religion book series (STPAR, volume 19)


The topic of our conference is The Rationality of Theistic Belief, primarily as it relates to Christian theism — or, more simply put, to Christian belief. The rationality of this belief is also my subject. My aim is not, however, to deliver a positive or negative answer, but to clarify the concept of rationality — upon which any answer critically depends.


True Belief Religious Experience Rational Belief Christian Belief Subjective Reason 
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