Paul Moser

Summary

Paul K. Moser (born 1957 in Bismarck, North Dakota) is an American philosopher who writes on epistemology and the philosophy of religion.[1] Moser is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago[2] and a former editor of the American Philosophical Quarterly.[3]

Paul Moser

Critics have described Moser as a sceptic of natural theology[4] and a reformed epistemologist.[5] Moser has described himself as an evidentialist.[5]

WorksEdit

  • Empirical Justification (1986, D Reidel)[6]
  • Human Knowledge (ed.) (1987, Oxford University Press)[7]
  • Divine Hiddenness: New Essays (ed.) (2001, Cambridge University Press)[5]
  • The Elusive God (2008, Cambridge University Press)[2]
  • Jesus and Philosophy: New Essays (ed.) (2009, Cambridge University Press)[8]
  • The Evidence for God: Religious Knowledge Reexamined (2010, Cambridge University Press)[4]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "CURRICULUM VITAE: Paul Moser". Loyola University Chicago. Retrieved 2022-02-03.
  2. ^ a b Sullivan, John (2009). "The Elusive God. By Paul Moser". The Heythrop Journal. 50 (3): 562–563. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2265.2009.00484_47.x. ISSN 1468-2265.
  3. ^ Hasker, William; Majeran, Roman (2016). "HOW CHRISTIAN CAN PHILOSOPHY BE?". Roczniki Filozoficzne / Annales de Philosophie / Annals of Philosophy. 64 (4): 21–40. ISSN 0035-7685.
  4. ^ a b Lewis, Jimmy R. (2017). "The Purposive Power of Natural Theology: On Moser and the Christian Apologetics". Inquiries Journal. 9 (04).
  5. ^ a b c Dougherty, Trent; Tweedt, Chris (2015). "Religious Epistemology". Philosophy Compass. 10 (8): 547–559. doi:10.1111/phc3.12185. ISSN 1747-9991.
  6. ^ Possin, Kevin; Timmons, Mark (1989-06-01). "What's wrong with Paul Moser's intuitionistic foundationalism". Philosophical Studies. 56 (2): 199–208. doi:10.1007/BF00355944. ISSN 1573-0883.
  7. ^ Bogen, James (1988). "Human Knowledge". Teaching Philosophy. 11 (2): 183–185. doi:10.5840/teachphil198811255. ISSN 0145-5788.
  8. ^ Rudd, Anthony (2009). "Jesus and Philosophy: New Essays – Edited by Paul Moser". Religious Studies Review. 35 (3): 155–155. doi:10.1111/j.1748-0922.2009.01359_3.x. ISSN 1748-0922.