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(p. 619) Index

(p. 619) Index

Abraham, William J. 3, 42–3, 382, 392, 519, 529
Adams, Robert 52–3, 55–6
Alston, William
Christian mystical practice 67–77, 143
doxastic practices 18–19, 65–76, 142–6, 150–1, 153, 160–1, 606
epistemic circularity 69–70, 72, 77, 143
externalism 19, 66
faith 56
foundationalism 265, 572
internalism 19
perception 14, 17–18, 65–6, 163
perception of God 17–21, 64–5, 68, 73, 76, 144, 160, 448, 469
Reformed epistemology 141–2, 265, 392, 572
religious experience 17, 19, 65–7, 71
religious pluralism 25, 73, 75–7
sense perception 67–72, 144
Ames, Edward Scribner 499, 501
Anderson, Pamela Sue 594–600
Anscombe, G. E. M. 48, 416
Anselm
aesthetics and epistemology 396–8, 400–5
natural theology 249–50
on tradition 132–4, 138
sources for knowledge of God 396–8
experience 395, 397
reason 397, 402
scripture and the church 396, 403–4
reason and revelation 396–8
anti-realism/realism 242, 565, 573–4, 583, 588–9
cognitivist 274–6
epistemological 283–5
ontological 276–83
semantic 285–8
apophaticism 238, 392, 412, 571, 574, 579, 586–8
Aquinas, Thomas
anti-realism/realism 278, 280, 284, 422
faith 48, 51, 55–6,
first principles 35
natural theology 15, 247–50, 411–13
sainthood and virtue 91–2
sapientia 513
scientia 12–13, 395, 409, 418, 513
on tradition 134–9
ways of knowing God
beatific vision, 419
divine revelation 413–14
faith 414–18
general and confused knowledge 410–12
mystical wisdom, 416–18
philosophical wisdom 411–13
theological wisdom 417–18
wisdom 200
Aquino, Frederick 23, 108–9, 154, 201, 371, 511–13, 515, 519–20, 589
Aristotle
epistemic fit 1, 42–3
foundationalism 253–6, 259,
natural theology 247, 250
virtue 83, 91–2, 137–8, 517
wisdom 109, 200, 515, 517–18, 520
Audi, Robert 57, 204–6, 208, 572
Augustine
belief and understanding 360–2
belief seeking understanding 362–5, 399–400
epistemic justification 357–8
epistemic value of testimony 48–9, 357–60, 366–7
evidence 241
rational assent 357–9
wisdom 355
Ayer, A. J. 553
Balthasar, Hans Urs von
Christian experience and the form of Christ 537–42
exemplarism 545–6
holiness 542–4
theological anthropology and epistemology 537, 544
Barth, Karl
analogy 525–9
analogia entis 526, 528
analogia fidei 527
faith and knowledge of God 525
knowledge of God and revelation 524–5
natural theology 480–2, 526, 528
primary and secondary objectivity of God 524–5, 528
reason and revelation 396–8
belief
defeaters 50, 68, 73, 77, 205–8, 213, 306, 310, 313, 468
overriders 143, 145
perceptual 66–7, 143–4, 260, 265, 586
properly basic 15–17, 41, 49, 108, 254–5, 265, 268, 270, 411, 428, 438, 561
rational 3, 15, 20, 47, 49–50, 60, 213, 216, 244, 367
testimonial 210–13
warranted 31, 38–42, 179
Benedict of Nursia 81, 101–2, 162
Benson, Hugh 175
Berchman, Robert M. 341–4, 350
Berdyaev, Nikolai 578–81, 583–5, 588
Bergmann, Michael 20
Blowers, Paul 372–4
Boff, Clodovis 555–8
Bonaventure 93
Bonjour, Laurence 181, 262
Boulnois, Oliver 423–5
Brandom, Robert 607, 613
British naturalist tradition 511–12, 515
Brown, David 401
Buchak, Lara 58–9
Bulgakov, Sergius 582–3
Byrne, Alex 262, 265
Calvin, John 15, 17, 49, 264, 401
canonical heritage 3
Caputo, John 568, 571
Cartwright, Thomas 435–7
Cassian, John 157, 162–7, 170
Choufrine, Akadi 505
Chretien, Jean-Louis 569, 571, 573–4
Christensen, Arild 501
Clement of Alexandria 340, 348, 351, 498–500, 503, 505, 507
Clement, Olivier 152, 154
Coakley, Sarah 94, 143–4, 150–2, 160–1, 451, 592, 600, 602
coherentism 122, 181, 257, 260–1, 369, 560, 565
Conee, Earl 249, 264
continental philosophy
and analytic philosophy 565–72
anti-realism/realism 573–4
experience 573
foundationalism 517–18, 572–3
new phenomenology 569, 573
revelation 573
Copleston, Frederick 424–5
Cottingham, John 83–5, 88, 94, 158–9
counterfactuals 291, 295–6, 300–1
Crisp, Oliver 1, 42, 566, 573
Cross, Richard 423–5
Daly, Mary 593
Damasio, Antonio 148, 612
Davies, Brian 306
Davidson, Donald 261
deification 372–3, 378, 587
Deleuze, Gilles 423–5, 571, 574
Demacopoulos, George E. 158, 165
Derrida, Jacques 564–6, 569, 571, 573
Descartes, René 241, 245, 264–5, 268–9, 349–50, 560
Dewey, John 59
disagreement
conciliationist views 310–13
first-order evidence 317–18
higher-order evidence 317–22
steadfast views 311–12, 314–16
(p. 621) discernment 85, 157, 165–9, 375, 393, 586
divine illumination 163, 168, 348, 356–8, 370–1, 379, 408–9, 419, 462, 499, 582
divine simplicity 281, 405
doxastic practices 18–19, 22, 65–76, 142–6, 151, 153, 160–1, 606, 609
Dumont, S. 422–3, 426, 430
Dunaway, Billy 299
Duns Scotus, John
natural knowledge of God 421–5
right praxis 428–31
supernatural knowledge of God 425–8
univocity 421, 423–5
Dussel, Enrique 554, 558
ecclesial practices
epistemic transformation 151–3
MacIntyrean practices 146–51
in recent epistemology of religion 141–6
skilled perception 146
spiritual senses tradition 144, 151–3
Eckhart, Meister, 499, 501–3, 507
Edwards, Jonathan
and Barth 480–2
basic epistemic modalities 471–4
epistemic status of scripture 475–6
natural and revealed theology 477–80
spiritual senses 473–4
typology as epistemic modality 476–80
Elgin, Catherine 177, 316
empiricism 462, 486, 584
episteme 12, 175, 340–3, 345, 349–50, 376
epistemic authority 23, 97–9, 102–4, 169
epistemic certainty
and evidence 243, 511
and faith 56, 58, 427, 561
and knowledge 178, 254, 259, 268–9, 284, 520, 572
and scepticism 290, 293, 355–8
epistemic circularity 69, 98, 108, 216, 471, 514, 520. See also Alston
epistemic fit 1, 163, 484–5, 490–1, 493, 606
epistemic goods 12, 159, 164–9, 176, 182–3, 186, 255, 370–8
epistemic justification 181
and faith/belief 39, 51, 243–5, 270
and knowledge 14, 244, 253–4
and testimony 210, 213, 357
and theology 43, 244
doxastic approach to 66, 68
epistemic luck 26, 180–1, 213–15, 291
epistemic peer 316–17
epistemic transformation 87, 91, 141, 144, 151, 153, 449
epistemology of theology
definition of 1–2, 9, 43–4
goals of 2–4, 421, 428–30
new directions in 23–7, 270–1, 392–3
Evans, C. Stephen 87, 266, 270, 567
evidence
and epistemic certainty 243, 511
and theism 466–8
first-order 317–18
for/against God’s existence 14–15, 20–1, 117–19, 123–4, 161, 227, 231, 234, 331–2, 337
higher-order 317–22
in theology 237–51
evidentialism 15–16, 19, 41, 264, 331, 415–16, 511–12, 567
exemplars
epistemic 103, 109, 151, 164, 375, 520, 586
moral 81–2, 546
spiritual 163–4
externalism 9, 12, 17, 19–23, 49, 66, 142, 147, 181, 216, 243–5, 265, 369, 392–3, 409
faith
and reason 60–1, 511–15
doxastic accounts of 47–57
broader epistemologies 50–6
truth-directed epistemologies 47–50
weakly 56–7
practical accounts of 57–60
Farrer, Austin 82, 405
feminism
and epistemology
experience 593–6
liberal 592–3, 596–7, 600
poststructuralist feminism 593, 596–7
women’s-voice feminism 593–4, 596–7
paradox 599–601, 603
Schiller, Friedrich 591, 598–601
standpoint epistemology 594
(p. 622) Fichte, Johann 532, 537
Florensky, Pavel 580, 586
Florovsky, Georges 579, 581, 585–9
Foot, Philippa 90
foundationalism
arguments against 259–60
arguments for 253–7, 259, 264
narrow 10–11, 16
classical 11, 14–16, 269, 567, 569–70, 572
deconstructive 573
modest/minimal 572–3
Foucault, Michel 564, 574
Franks Davis, Caroline 393
Fricker, Elizabeth 203–6, 208–10
Fricker, Miranda 369
Gadamer, Hans-Georg 517–18
Gavrilyuk, Paul 579, 586
German Idealism 516, 580, 583
Gettier problem 180–1, 183, 215, 291, 369
gnōsis 328, 330, 500, 504–5, 580
Goldman, Alvin 2, 181, 206, 215, 265, 316, 554, 586
Greco, John 12, 18, 20, 177, 185, 214–15, 369, 373, 560
Gregory of Nyssa 152, 348, 351
Gregory Palamas 586–7
Grenz, Stanley 268–9
Grimm, Stephen 180, 184, 192
Haddorff, David 533
Hadot, Pierre 158–9
Hägg, Henny Fiska 505
Hampson, Daphne 593, 598, 600, 602
Harris, Harriet A. 158–60
Hart, David Bentley 425
Hawthorne, John 206, 292–3, 297, 301, 306
Heidegger, Martin 351, 564–70, 573–4, 611
Henry of Ghent 421–2, 426
Hinchman, Edward 211–12
Hogg, David S. 398
holiness 81, 91, 93, 375, 473–4, 481, 535, 539, 542, 544
Hooker, Richard
public worship and epistemic goods 441–3
reason 438–40
tradition 438
virtue epistemology 442
Howard-Snyder, Daniel 20, 57, 261–2, 264, 302
Hume, David 24–5, 48, 208, 340, 350, 475, 567
Husserl, Edmund 543, 564–5, 569–70, 573
ideal observer 594–5, 599
idealism 276, 462, 472, 486
idolatry 94, 226, 413, 477
infinitism 257, 573
inner witness of the Spirit 114–19, 121–4, 461, 467–8
Insole, Christopher 208, 210, 284–5
internalism 265, 369
access 11–12, 19
level 11–12, 17, 19, 22
Irenaeus 405, 498, 500, 502–3, 507
Isaac of Nineveh 152–4
Isasi-Díaz, Ada Maria 591, 593–4, 596, 598, 600
James, William 52–3, 55–6, 79–80, 89, 449
Janicaud, Dominique 569
Jantzen, Grace 448–9, 597–9, 602–3
Jesus Christ
crucifixion of 114, 116, 123, 331, 334
incarnation of 456, 463–5, 503
resurrection of 113, 120, 124, 329–30, 333
sacrifice 333–4
John of the Cross 138, 456
Johnson, Elizabeth 600–1
Jost, Walter 517
Kallenberg, Brad J. 147
Kant, Immanuel 276, 284, 497, 537, 552–3, 567–8, 573–4, 582–4, 592, 598, 614
Kelly, Thomas 239, 244, 317–18
Kenny, Anthony 147
Khomiakov, Aleksei 578–81, 585–6, 588
Kierkegaard, Søren 53, 58–9, 87, 197–9, 304, 567, 571, 573
(p. 623) anti-realism/realism 573
Christian knowledge 502–6
faith 501
knowledge of God 501–2
mystical epistemology 499–501
objective and subjective knowledge 498
subjective knowledge 498, 505
King, Nathan 322
Kitcher, Philip 214
Klein, Peter 263
knowledge
by acquaintance 588
basic 16
compared to understanding and wisdom 12–13
discursive 579–80
experiential 449
integral 580–2
mystical 370, 499, 587
narrative 611–13, 616
natural 15, 412, 421, 503–4
perceptual 14, 17–19, 165, 169, 370–1, 373, 377
of God, 14, 17, 19, 169, 370–71, 373, 377
rational 373–4, 582
of self 165, 222, 342–3, 418, 429, 447, 450
testimonial 23–4, 27, 204–9, 215
non-propositional 579–80
Koen, Billy V. 147, 149
Khomiakov, Aleksei 580–2
Kripke, Saul 294, 304–5
Kuhn, Thomas 54
Kupperman, Joel 192
Kvanvig, Jonathan 59, 176, 179–80, 182–3, 185, 261
Lackey, Jennifer 185, 204, 206–10
Lakatos, Imre 54
Lewis, C. S. 247
Lewis, David 185, 300, 306
liberation theology
and analytic epistemology 551–4, 562
and virtue epistemology 559–60
nature of knowledge formation 552–4, 556–7, 559–61
praxis, ways of knowing 555–9, 561–2
Lilla, Salvatore, R.C. 500
liturgy 152, 441
Lloyd, A. C. 342
Locke, John 48, 245, 340, 350, 471, 510–12, 518
Lonergan, Bernard 517
Lossky, Vladimir 579, 586–7
love 34–8, 85–8, 93–4, 116–21, 123–4, 191, 328, 388, 427, 430, 450–1, 473, 492–4, 505, 587
epistemic dimension of 330, 365, 377–9
as facilitating virtue 159, 377–9
Luther, Martin 245, 506
Mackie, John L. 84
MacIntyre, Alasdair 139, 146, 150–1, 519–20, 559, 612
Mackintosh, H. R. 121, 123
Manichaeism 354–6, 362
Mares, Edward 274, 278, 284
Marion, Jean-Luc 566, 569–71, 573–4
Martensen, Hans Lassen 497, 507
Marx, Karl 552
Marxism 552–4, 558, 560
Matthews, Gareth B. 356–59, 362, 365
Maximus the Confessor 152
love as positive epistemic orientation 377–9
philosophical stages of the spiritual life 370–4
praktike and theoria 370–1, 374, 376–8
virtue and epistemic goods 374–5, 377–9
McCormack, Bruce 525, 527
McDermott, Gerald R. 473, 477, 479–80
McDowell, John 205, 208, 526
McGrade, A. S. 434, 444
McIntosh, Mark 449
McMyler, Benjamin 130, 210
McNaughton, David 185
Menssen, Sandra 32
Mitchell, Basil 131, 519
(p. 624) modal logic 250, 278
Montmarquet, James 221, 369
Moran, Richard 210–12
Moser, Paul 226
epistemic dimension of agapē 162, 329–32
evidence and transformation 21
hiddenness of God 124
knowledge and spiritual wisdom 161
pneumatic epistemology 329–32
transformation 21, 161, 227–8, 469
volitional openness 116–17, 161–3, 227–8, 336–7
witness of the Spirit 114–19, 121–4
Murdoch, Iris 592, 594, 599
Murphy, Nancey 54–6
mysticism 447–9, 451, 456, 507
Nagel, Thomas 225
Newman, John Henry
faith and reason 511–15
illative sense 108–9, 154, 515–20
problem of the common measure 516, 520
Nicholas of Cusa 594–5, 601
Nietzsche, Friedrich 89–90, 567, 569, 573–4
Nozick, Robert 197, 295
Nussbaum, Martha 90, 592
Oakes, Kenneth 529, 531
oculus contemplationis 42–3, 392
Oderberg, David 85
Origen 152, 340–51
aesthetics and episteme 344–5, 347
causal possibility 343, 349
intentionality of language 341, 343, 349–50
limits of mind 351
logical possibility 343, 349
property language 345–7, 350
orthopraxy 557–8, 561
Otto, Rudolf 532
Outler, Albert C. 461
Parsons, Susan 596, 602
Pascal, Blaise 52, 55–6, 154, 250, 544
wager 52
Paul the Apostle
agapē and knowledge of God 114–20, 329–32. See also Moser
cognitive grace 332–5
evidence for God 123–4
filial knowledge, 330–1, 335–7
narrative epistemology 614–16
pneumatic epistemology 329–32
transformative experience 92–4
Pentecostalism 574, 606–14, 616
autobiographical philosophy 612
epistemic fit and Pentecostal experience 606–8
narrative epistemology 610–15
testimony 608–10
perceptual practice 18–19, 22, 143–4
perspectivalism 559, 573
phenomenology 138–9, 237, 512, 541, 543, 546, 551, 570, 573, 611
Philo of Alexandria 347–8, 441
phronesis 376, 515, 517
Piety, M. G. 502
Pinsent, Andrew 191, 200
Plantinga, Alvin
externalism 17, 49, 142, 147, 181
foundationalism 49, 181, 265
classical 3
modest 572–3
properly basic beliefs 15–16, 428
proper function 3, 15–17, 41, 152, 160, 227, 262
sensus divinitatis 17
Reformed epistemology 41–2, 141, 265–8, 270, 561, 572
warrant 41, 149, 160
Plato 13, 101, 175, 243, 499–500, 506
Plotinus 342, 347–50
pluralism 65, 76, 239, 246, 299, 306, 314–15, 322, 567, 569–70
epistemic, 421, 497
religious 65, 73, 76, 299, 306
Pojman, Louis 58
Portmann, Adolf 542
post-foundationalism 268–9
postmodern kataphaticism 571
Price, Daniel J. 533
pride 192, 221–8, 328, 332, 413, 451
Pritchard, Duncan 180, 183–5
proper function 3, 14–17, 22, 41, 152, 160, 227, 262, 372, 386, 581
Przywara, Erich 516, 528
Pseudo-Dionysius 348, 586–7
purity of heart 157, 163–5, 168–9, 365–6
Quine, W. V. O. 181
Rahner, Karl 536–7
Ratzsch, Del 265, 270
Raz, Joseph 97–103, 105–8, 216
reason
and faith 47–61, 511–15
inference to the best explanation 1, 18, 32–3, 35–6, 38–9, 41–2, 242, 244, 254, 320
natural theology 13, 20, 39, 44, 48, 247–9, 264, 266, 270, 337–8, 411–13, 468, 471–2, 480–1, 523, 526, 528–31, 533
Reid, Thomas 143, 207, 265, 475, 519
Reformed epistemology 41, 141, 153, 264–8, 270, 392, 495, 561, 572
Regen, F. 341
reliabilism 66, 556, 586, 589
religious experience 19, 64–8, 71, 73–4, 76–8, 80, 108, 121, 160, 315, 389, 448–9, 573, 579, 583, 586
direct perception of God 65
justification of 67–8
problem of religious pluralism 73–7
reliability of 68–72
and sense perception 65–6
revelation
and culture 128–32
and reason 127, 395–8
and scripture 30–1, 524
and tradition 126–8
divine/special 249, 284, 413–14, 459, 462–5, 525–33, 585
epistemic aspects of 30–44, 126, 413–14, 462–7
natural 246–8
propositional content 126
Rich, Antony B. 165
Ricoeur, Paul 518, 569, 610
Roberts, Robert 222, 373, 379, 612
Rorty, Richard 607, 611
Rosen, Gideon 314–15
Rowe, William L. 448
Ryan, Sharon 196–7
Ryle, Gilbert 152
saints
epistemic authority, 107
epistemic transformation 86–8
exemplars 82, 107, 151
Sajda, Peter 506
Sartre, Jean-Paul 350, 594
scepticism 13–18, 175, 241, 260, 283, 287, 290, 355–7
and testimonial knowledge 209–14
and theological beliefs 294–305
and theological reflection 43, 84
anti-realism/realism 238
epistemic certainty 290, 293
radical 255–8
structural ideas about knowledge 291–4
Schleiermacher, Friedrich
absolute dependence 488–9, 491–2
epistemic fit 484–5, 490–1, 493
God-consciousness 489–93, 495
Reformed epistemology 495
the infinite 485–6
science, epistemology of 1, 3, 242
scientia 12–13, 395, 409, 418, 513
Schaffer, Jonathan 175, 258
Schroeder, F. M. 343, 348
Schwitzgebel, Eric 198–9
scripture
and revelation 30–1
epistemic dimension of 30–44
Searle, John 35
sense perception 65–7, 71, 207–8, 358, 373, 476
sensus divinitatis 17, 41, 43, 227, 265
Simmons, J. Aaron 568–9, 571–5
Simon, Ives 102
(p. 626) Slotty, Martin 497
Sobrino, John 552–4
social epistemology 23, 579–81, 585
Socrates 13, 36, 41–2, 182, 572
Solovyov, Vladimir 579–82, 584, 586
spiritual formation
discernment 167–8
indicators of spiritual authority 166–8
purity of heart 163
relying on others 164–5
vision of God 163–4
spiritual perception 153, 160, 163, 167, 169, 386, 466, 469, 583
spiritual senses 144, 152–3, 386, 390, 462, 466–7, 469, 473–4
Sosa, Ernest 169, 181, 204, 206, 260, 295
Soskice, Janet Martin 592, 594
Southern, R. W. 397, 402
Spinoza, Baruch 485–6
Stevenson, Canon Beaumont 601
Stewart, Columba 163–5
Stewart, James S. 121
Stout, Jeffrey 130
Stump, Eleonore 12, 21, 51, 92, 139, 270, 414, 611
Swinburne, Richard 32–3, 47, 58, 127, 130, 153, 251, 392, 597
Symeon the new theologian
epistemic faculties and capacities 385–6
externalism 392–3
proper function 386
spiritual senses 386, 389–90
transformative perception of the divine 385–7, 390
Taliaferro, Charles 594–5
Tauler, Johannes 499, 501–4, 506–7
Taylor, Charles 564, 567, 209
Teresa of Ávila 91, 160–1
epistemic benefit of Teresian virtues 449–51
epistemic significance of mysticism 448–9, 451–2, 456–7
mystical experience, 91, 144
mysticism as complementary mode of knowing through experience 457
transformation of epistemic capacities 160, 451–5
testimony
anti-reductionism 24–6, 207–10
divine 464, 475
epistemology of 203, 205, 207, 210, 212–15
reductionism 25, 207–10
Therese of Lisieux 541–3
Thunberg, Lars 376–7
Tilley, Terrence 154
Torrance, T. F. 480
Tracy, David 43
tradition 438
conservation of revealed truth 126–8
epistemic significance of 461
models of 132–8
revelation and culture 128–32
transformative experience 157–8, 166, 385, 452, 539, 562
Trinity 365, 402–4, 429–30, 434, 454, 456, 587
truth
and beliefs 18–19, 26, 41, 66, 183, 216, 296–9, 304–5, 384, 586
and revelatory claims 32–42
and the value of knowledge 182–3
and theology 236–7, 251
as a condition of knowledge 176–7, 182–3
correspondence theory of 277, 286, 398, 557
directed-reasons and faith 46–50, 60
understanding 132–3, 159, 165, 169, 449–50, 453
and belief 360–4
and knowledge 12–13, 175–81, 504, 611
deep 195, 201
narrative 612–15
nature and types of 176–81
value of 181–6
implications for theological reflection 186
Unger, Peter 292
uniqueness thesis 314–16
van Fraassen, Bas C. 54–6
van Inwagen, Peter 127
(p. 627) virtue
epistemic significance of 449
intellectual 2, 46, 92, 167–8, 221–4, 228, 230–4, 369, 379, 560
moral 137–9, 228
theological 137–8
virtue epistemology 159–61, 168, 369, 442, 560, 589
Wainwright, William 448, 519
warrant 41, 142, 160, 211–12, 265
Wesley, John
immediate perception of the divine 467, 469
scripture as divine testimony 462–5
testimony and perception of the divine 459, 461, 466–9
witness of the spirit 461, 467–8
Westphal, Merold 567–9, 571
Whately, Richard 514–15, 517
Whitcomb, Dennis 191, 195–7, 228
Wiggins, David 185
Williams, Bernard 84
Williamson, Timothy 240–1, 292
wisdom
conditions of 192–5
divine 370, 375, 392
mystical 416–17
philosophical 411–13
practical and theoretical 109, 195–9, 201, 376, 379, 515, 517–20
theological 416–19
Wittgenstein, Ludwig 81, 275, 343, 351, 518–20, 554, 613
Wolf, Susan 83–4
Wolterstorff, Nicholas 13, 15, 84, 145–6, 151, 511, 565–72
Wood, W. Jay 373
Wykstra, Stephen J. 20, 151
Wynn, Mark 139, 519
Yong, A. 613
Zagzebski, Linda 48, 82, 97–8, 101–2, 151–2, 177–9, 183–5, 191, 197, 216, 546, 560, 570
Zizioulas, John 578, 581, 587–8