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Two Wisdoms, Two Philosophies: A Rejoinder to Moser

by William Hasker

This paper is part of a continuining discussion on "Christ-Shaped Philosophy," and specifically an extension of what was originally said here and a follow-up in light of Paul Moser's reply here.

This paper acknowledges that it was a mistake to think that Moser’s estimate of professional philosophy is both too high and too low.On the contrary, his estimate of the discipline, as stated in his two papers and his reply to me, is unrelentingly negative.

But his own practice of the discipline, however, seems to be inconsistent with his recommendations, and I believe we should follow his practice rather than those recommendations.

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