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This paper is a response to Patrick Hart’s “Theory, Method, and Madness in Religious Studies,” and it argues that philosophy is presupposed and therefore ineliminable when theorizing religions.
A modest proposal on method
Method and Theory in the Study of Religion
Philosophy and the Study of Religion: A Manifesto
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