Challenges to moral and religious belief : disagreement and evolution /

"Challenges to Moral and religious belief contains fourteen original essays by philosophers, theologians, and social scientists on challenges to moral and religious belief from disagreement and evolution. Three main questions are addressed: Can one reasonably maintain one's moral and relig...

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Other Authors: Bergmann, Michael, 1964-, Kain, Patrick
Format: Book
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition:First edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Moral disagreement among philosophers / Ralph Wedgwood
  • Moral disagreements with psychopaths / Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
  • Normative disagreement as a challenge to moral philosophy and philosophical theology / Robert Audi
  • Conciliationism and religious disagreement / John Pittard
  • Conscience and the moral epistemological conflict / John Hare
  • Theologies of hell and epistemological conflict / Charles Mathewes
  • Not by "reason" alone, or even first : the priority of sanctity over dignity / Timothy P. Jackson
  • Toward God's own ethics / Mark C. Murphy
  • If everything happens for a reason, then we don't know what reasons are : why the price of theism is normative skepticism / Sharon Street
  • Why an evolutionary perspective is critical to understanding moral behavior in humans / Sarah R. Brosnan
  • Darwinian normative skepticism / Dustin Locke
  • Why there is no Darwinian dilemma for ethical realism / William J. FitzPatrick
  • Religion is more than a belief : what evolutionary theories of religion tell us about religious commitments / Richard Sosis and Jordan Kiper
  • Does the scientific study of religion cast doubt on theistic beliefs? / Joshua C. Thurow.