Minds: Human and Divine
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In recent decades, an increasing number of philosophers in the analytic tradition have begun to produce exciting philosophical work on topics which are traditionally part of the provenance of systematic theology. Funded by the John-Templeton Foundation and in co-operation with the Universities of Innsbruck and Frankfurt, the Munich School of Philosophy is conducting a multinational three-year project on Analytic Philosophy of Religion and on Analytic Theology, which aims to contribute to this development in a creative way. It funds systematic research to promote – at least in Europe – long overdue interdisciplinary cooperation between analytic philosophers and theologians. All research initiatives aim at examining the traditional questions of theology from the perspectives of contemporary Christian theology and analytic philosophy. Thus, the intersection of both fields will be explored and links between the traditions of classical European theology and analytic thinking will be established.