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Christian Philosophy and Philosophers: Socialization and the Need for Fresh Approaches

by Marilyn McCord-Adams

Particularly in the humanities and social sciences, becoming a Christian academic is a process, because it requires one both to be thoroughly socialized to the profession, and to step back and ask what has been screened out by the canon and methods of the field. The third step is creative invention of fresh approaches.

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