By Purushottama Bilimoria, Andrew B. Irvine
The essays during this quantity absorb the heritage of philosophy of faith and modern difficulties in the self-discipline. They pursue those projects as possibilities to right Eurocentric biases that distort wisdom not just of religions originating past the West, yet of the West’s personal traditions.
This is the 1st number of its type. The contributions reconsider colonial adventure in India and the Americas, providing dialogue of wide methodological matters, serious re-readings of influential Western interpreters of faith, and arguments that discover blindspots and insights ordinary of colonial distinction whilst considered via "non-Western" eyes.
The quantity is geared toward complicated undergraduates, graduate scholars, students in philosophy, faith, and comparable fields. Readers will reap the benefits of its extensive assurance of areas, traditions and difficulties, and the stability of philosophical critique and reconstruction.