Philosophical Intuition of Religious Problems in our Age
Almost all the methodologically impeccable investigations of the philosophy of religion seem to include the subjective connotation of objective observations of religious phenomena. According to my view, these investigations are undoubtedly effective in providing knowledge of the personal convictions of many philosophers about the semantic structure of religious phenomena. What we learn from such expert studies, however, is nothing more than various perspectives on religions in history.
KeywordsReligious Behaviour Religious Phenomenon Natural Religion Religious Feeling Philosophical Intuition
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