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2011 | 11 | 4(15) | 911-917
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Filozofia religii: jej problematyka i jej odmiany

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DIRECTIONS AND PROBLEMS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
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The main task of the philosophy of religion is to adequately define the concept of religion – it should be comprehensive enough to cover all historically known forms of religion and restrictive enough to exclude any other cultural forms which are only similar to religion. How we understand the nature of religious beliefs (their propositional, volitional and emotional content) determines the method of philosophizing about religion. The religious doctrine plays a decisive role in religion, in one way or another motivating and justifying moral norms and worship practices. Traditionally oriented philosophers of religion have been chiefly interested in reasons for accepting a religious doctrine and in metaphysical problems; analytical philosophy of religion has brought into focus the semiotics of religious propositions.
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11
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911-917
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