A Prescription for the Future of Religious Studies: Second-Order Tradition and the Spirit of Modern Science

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Winters, Joseph Richard II

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Curlin, Farr A

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Kim, Hwansoo

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Levy, David

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2016-06-20T07:57:22Z

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2016-06-20T07:57:22Z

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2016-06-20

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Religion

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An examination of the efficacy of religious studies scholarship through a Kuhnian lens.

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https://hdl.handle.net/10161/12399

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en_US

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Religious studies

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Thomas Kuhn

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Methodology

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Science and religion

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Scientific revolution

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Second-order tradition

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A Prescription for the Future of Religious Studies: Second-Order Tradition and the Spirit of Modern Science

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Honors thesis

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