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‘Religion’ with a Dash of Kripke

by Adam T. Miller The ongoing debate about whether the category religion has any analytical purchase is without doubt quite familiar to readers of the Bulletin. And for most of us, due to the lasting influence of J. Z. Smith … Continue reading

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Tilting at Windmills?

by Craig Martin * This post originally appeared on the author’s blog. Some would have it that the work of scholars such as Don Wiebe in The Politics of Religious Studies, Tim Fitzgerald in The Ideology of Religious Studies, and Russell McCutcheon in Manufacturing … Continue reading

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