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Special Philosophia Christi Issue on Neuroscience and the Soul

The Evangelical Philosophical Society is pleased to announce the release of the Summer 2013 (vol. 15, no. 1) issue of Philosophia Christi, featuring notable philosophers like Oxford University's Daniel Robinson and Durham University's E. J. Lowe.

Guest editors Chad Meister and Charles Taliaferro write in their introduction to this issue that
This special summer issue of Philosophia Christi is devoted to neuroscience and the soul. It includes ten articles that bear on current thinking about science and the mind from a diverse group of philosophers. With the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation (JTF), Biola University's Center for Christian Thought has helped to support this publishing opportunity. JTF is highly committed to fostering fruitful exchanges on science and religion. Our hope is that you find these articles engaging and perhaps challenging to your own perspective on the role of science in understanding the mind and the world of which it is a part.
Main article contributors include:
  • Daniel Robinson, "Neuroscience and the Soul."
  • William Hasker, "What is Naturalism? And Should We be Naturalists?"
  • E. J. Lowe, "Naturalism, Theism, and Objects of Reason."
  • Stewart Goetz, "The Argument from Reason."
  • J. Daryl Charles, "Blame it on My Criminal Brain: Materialism, Metaphysics, and the Human Moral Instinct."
  • Angus J. L. Menuge, "Neuroscience, Rationality and Free Will: A Critique of John Searle's Libertarian Naturalism."
  • Eric LaRock, "From Biological Naturalism to Emergent Subject Dualism."
  • John M. DePoe, "RoboMary, Blue Banana Tricks, and the Metaphysics of Consciousness: A Critique of Daniel Dennett's Apology for Physicalism."
  • J. P. Moreland, "Mental vs. Top-Down Causation: Sic et Non."
  • Anthony J. Rudd, "Bodily Subjectivity and the Mind-Body Problem."

The Summer 2013 issue is available for purchase, whether as a single issue or as part of a subscription to the journal, by clicking here.

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