Outsiders and insiders: personal reflections on methodology in Studies in Religion at The University of Queensland, 1986-2010
KeywordsUniversity of Queensland -- History
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AbstractThe author offers a personal reflection on some developments in the approach to methodology in the study of religion at The University of Queensland over the past twenty-five years. In the process, he covers issues such as methodological atheism versus methodological agnosticism, the relationship between faith and reason, and mutual critical correlation.