John Hick e l'epistemologia del pluralismo religioso

Mario Micheletti


In Hick’s shift towards pluralism, epistemological themes of earlier writings persist, including the questionable thesis of the equal coherence of the two alternative interpretations, religious and naturalistic, of an ambiguous universe. The postulation of the Real in itself seems expressly introduced as a guarantee of the cognitivity and realistic value of religious discourse against the risk of its proving to be a mere subjective construction.

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Hick’s pluralistic hypothesis, epistemology of religion, ambiguity of the universe, postulation of the Real in itself, naturalism and theism, interreligious dialogue

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