Religious Knowledge, Ineffability and Gender
AbstractThe issue of ineffability constitutes a significant challenge in the philosophy of religion. In this paper, I first argue that it is difficult to see how the traditional approach, which I call ‘the metaphysical approach’, can address this challenge. I consider then a post-metaphysical approach inspired by Wittgenstein which does look more promising in dealing with the ineffable. Finally, I argue that there are, however, new challenges that have to be taken into account; in particular, I focus here on the problem raised by contemporary feminist philosophers of the gendering of religious knowledge. View Full-Text
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Baiasu, R. Religious Knowledge, Ineffability and Gender. Religions 2018, 9, 170.
Baiasu R. Religious Knowledge, Ineffability and Gender. Religions. 2018; 9(6):170.Chicago/Turabian Style
Baiasu, Roxana. 2018. "Religious Knowledge, Ineffability and Gender." Religions 9, no. 6: 170.
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