The Argument from Religious Experience in the view of Richard Swinburne

This book delves into the argument from religious experience, which serves as a prominent argument for the existence of God among Western theist philosophers.

This book focuses on Swinburne’s particular version of the argument from religious experience, a perspective that has not been extensively explored in Persian literature. The introduction provides an overview of Swinburne’s life, works, and the context of the religious experience debate. It further delves into key concepts such as argument, experience, religion, and religious experience. Subsequently, the book examines the nature of religious experience and mystical experience.

The book also thoroughly addresses Swinburne’s epistemological assumptions. Finally, it scrutinizes and analyzes Swinburne’s specific formulation of the argument from religious experience.


Mohammad Javad Asghari

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